Stress is a natural phenomenon of living. 
Stress reaction is the body's normal response to anything that disturbs its natural physical, emotional, or mental balance. 
Stress can be a positive thing and help you achieve your goals. However, too much stress can put your health at risk and leave you unable to function. (1)
Stress that is not controlled and that continues for a long period of time can seriously compromise health. (3)
Everyone reacts differently to stress. Some people may have a higher maximum value than others. Common stress symptoms include irritability, muscular tension, inability to concentrate and a variety of physical reactions, such as headaches and elevated heart rate, and covering a broad range of phenomena from mild irritation to the severe problems that might result in a real breakdown of health.
Too much stress can often lead to physical, mental and emotional problems. (1)
You may seek therapy in order to manage your life differently or get support in developing coping strategies for your day-to-day life. (1) Counselling may be provided via Skype in the comfort of your home or office. (2) NowOK Skype Counselling and Psychological support can help you to set up higher threshold of sensitivity to stress and help in developing coping strategies. 

References:
1. Daily-life-can-be-stressful. NowOK Dictionary of Psychotherapy. http://www.dictionary.nowok.co.uk/daily-life-can-be-stressful.php
2. Stress. NowOK Dictionary of Psychotherapy. http://www.dictionary.nowok.co.uk/stress.php
3. PPM Aspects of Stress. http://www.dictionary.nowok.co.uk/ppm-aspects-of-stress.php