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Transcript of college stress
GOOD FRIENDS... ask help from
COUNSELORS... COLLEGE STRESS ... SIGNS Exhaustion Loss of/increased appetite Headaches Crying Sleeplessness and Oversleeping Escape through alcohol, drugs, or other compulsive behavior are often indications. Feelings of alarm, frustration, or apathy may accompany stress. WHAT IF I FAIL?
WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO ME?
NO MONEY FOR TUTION PAYMENT? I FEEL SO ALONE...
MY PARENTS DOESNT UNDERSTAND
ME... IS THIS THE PROGRAM FOR ME?
SHOULD I TAKE OR NOT TAKE THIS
I DONT KNOW WHAT I WANT IN LIFE.. COLLEGE STRESS: DEAL WITH IT PROPERLY! COLLEGE STRESS...
STRESS MANAGEMENT Stress Management is the ability to maintain control when situations, people, and events make excessive demands. 1. Set realistic goals for yourself. Reduce the number of events going on in your life and you may reduce the circuit overload. 2. Learn how to best relax yourself. Breathing exercises have been proven to be very effective in controlling stress. Practice clearing your mind of disturbing thoughts. 3. Change the way you see your situation; seek alternative viewpoints 4. Do something for others to help get your mind off your self 5. Get enough sleep. Lack of rest just aggravates stress.Work off stress with physical activity, whether it's jogging, football or dancing. 6. Avoid self-medication or escape. Alcohol and drugs can mask stress. They don't help deal with the problems Center for Guidance and Counseling Office Hours:
8:00 am- 5:00 pm