Stress within the body can effect all the body's systems. When perceived danger is experienced, the heart and blood vessels, the lungs, the immune system, the digestive system, the brain and the sensory organs all adjust to the stress response.
There are two types of stress: external and internal.
Stressful psychological environments or physical conditions can contribute to external stressors. An example may be moving house, an illness in the family or getting married.
Internal stressors can also be physical or psychological but they relate to you - negative self talk; a constant need to be perfect; applying unrealistic expectations on yourself.
The combination of frequencies generated in Control Stress have been found to cause a spontaneous relaxation of mind and body to bring about stress relief.