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Coping with Stress
Transcript of Coping with Stress
1. What is time management?
2. Why should we manage our time?
3. How to manage our time?
Stress, Time Management, and Sleep
Jessica Arend & Tram Vu
1. What is stress?
2. What are the causes of stress?
3. How does stress affect
4. How can we cope with
STRESS & LIVES
CAUSES OF STRESS
Time Management refers to managing time effectively so that the right time is allocated to the right activity.
Benefit 1: Control
5. Ability to meet goals
You can control your life!
REACH YOUR GOALS! \m/
- On body
- On mind
STRESS' EFFECTS ON BODY
POSITVE EFFECTS OF STRESS
COPING WITH STRESS
WHAT TO DO?
- Set goals
- Create priority quadrant
- Action plan
- To-do list
- Activity log
"A stimulus that causes stress"
-major life changes
-daily life problems
SET YOUR GOALS
Reacting to Stress:
Alarm stage: 1st stage, body and mind go on high alert
Resistant stage: body adapts to the rush created by alarm and reacts to stressor
Exhaustion stage: 3rd Stage, tired feeling takes over that lowers your level of activity.
SET YOUR PRIORITY
- Think and discuss about the topic: Jan 23rd
- Research on the topic: Jan 25th
- Finish the Prezi: Jan 27th
- Practice presenting: Jan 28th
- Presentation: Jan 30th
- Do Spanish homework
- Research for health
- Learn for Math quiz
- Learn vocab for SAT
- Play a new game
What did you do today?
- Retake Pre-calc quiz
- Learn new vocab for SAT
- Present "Coping with
stress" with Jessica
- Social issues
- Post-traumatic disorder
- Emotional problems
- Social life
- Job/School problems
A stiff neck and/or tight shoulders
STRESS' EFFECTS ON BODY
STRESS' EFFECTS ON MIND
Feel cranky and unable to deal with even small problems.
Feel frustrated, lose your temper more often, and yell at others for no reason.
Feel jumpy or tired all the time.
Find it hard to focus on tasks.
Worry too much about small things.
Feel that you are missing out on things because you can't act quickly.
Imagine that bad things are happening or about to happen.
Good for immune system
Stages of Sleep:
Why is sleep important?
100,000 crashes, 71,000 injuries & 1,550 deaths (NHSA)
40 million Americans have 70+ sleep disorders (NHSA)
60% adults insomnia 3+ times weekly (NSF)
69% children insomnia 3+ times weekly (NSF)
60% grade/high school children tired during day (NCSDR)
15% fall asleep in class
Benefits of getting enough sleep:
Problems resulting from lack of sleep:
improved cognitive skills
easier learning and memorization
stronger immune system
greater quality of life
physical, mental, social health
poor decision-making abilities
inability to multitask
affects carbohydrate storage & hunger hormones
weakened immune system
high blood pressure
Circadian rhythm -> homeostasis
zeitgeber - light (melatonin), temperature
Sleep Problems & Disorders:
Restless Leg Syndrome
a state of unconsciousness from which a person can be aroused
Signs of sleep deprivation:
disinhibition / apathy
flattened emotional responses
inability to be novel or multitask
microsleeps (5-10 seconds)
Ways to improve your sleeping habits:
regular bedtime and wake-up
sleep before sunrise
avoid before bedtime:
-electronics & screens
HELLO, MY NAME IS
American Psychology Association
National Sleep Foundation
American Heart Association
Positive "inner monologue"
Count to 10 & breathe deeply
Make a list
Appreciate small things
Ask for help, forgiveness...
bodily or mental tension resulting from factors that tend to alter an existent equilibrium