Stress is one of the most common factors in human life, it is what drives people to excel. It can present in any number of ways such as worry, irritability and difficulty concentration. The body cannot stay in the heightened state for too long and will generally return to balance. But when the stressor becomes too strong then people can be paralyzed with anxieties. It can present with physical symptoms such as stomach pain and exhaustion. It raises the adrenaline and causes muscle tension. In the final instance too much pressure over a long period of time can lead to a risk of heart failure.
“Secondary source” is the term used to describe material that is cited in another source. If in his article entitled “Behavioral Study of Obedience” (1963), Stanley Milgram makes reference to the ideas of Snow (presented above), Snow (1961) is the primary source, and Milgram (1963) is the secondary source. Try to avoid using secondary sources in your
papers; in other words, try to find the primary source and read it before citing it in your own work. If you must use a secondary source, however, you should cite it in the following way: