While most of us have stress in several forms, unhealthy responses to stress occur when the demands of stressors exceed the ability of individual coping. While stress is actually a state of psychological mind, because it greatly affects our physiological state. “In classical stress situations, certain stress hormones such as cortisol are released which increases heart rate, sweating,anxiety, and the desire to urinate,” with an initial indicator that usually manifests as an inability to sleep. In the long run this causes problems such as indigestion, acidity, ulcers, low back pain,high blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes, high cholesterol, depression, headaches, and fatigue, for some names. Long -term stress also affects our immunity and reduces the capacity of our disease.TeenagerWhile adolescence can be very stressed, some typical stress include: stress from school, social anxiety, and feelings of depression – for example, not belonging, self -injury and otherdysfunctional coping strategies. The other big, especially those related to today, is inappropriate social media. While adolescents and adults overlap in how they overcome stress, the onlydifference is that adults express stress verbally while adolescents tend to isolate themselves during high stress. “This is because teenagers cannot manage their stress properly because of thelack of healthy coping skills,”Negative implicationsIf stress is not captured and handled in time, adolescents can take advantage of careless and destructive behavior, substance abuse, and physical violence as unhealthy coping skills. Adolescentand extra -curricular academic progress can also worsen if stress is not handled properly.Holding teen stressMaintaining effective communication with your teenagers and adopting healthy coping skills are the two most effective ways to manage with stress.