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Copy of Stress Management

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Stress Management
Weight gain/loss
Unexpected hair loss
Heart palpitations
High blood pressure
Mood swings
Anxiety
Can lead to depression
Can also lead to unhealthy coping strategies (i.e. alcohol, drugs, etc)

Physical health gets better
-more energy and stamina
Emotions stabilized
-positive attitude
-hopeful/happier
Ability to focus improved
-able to learn and achieve
The Key Word is
BALANCE
Benefits of Stress Management
School
Work
Family
Relationships
Legal
Finances
Health/illness
Environment
Living Situation

Stressors
Adrenaline is a chemical naturally produced in our body as a response to stress .


STRESS

Fight or Flight response is illicited.

STRESS
Situations, activities, and relationships that cause ‘trauma’ to one’s physical, emotional, or psychological self

Identifying Stressors
STRESS
Effects of
Stress Relief Strategies
1. Body relaxation excercises
- breathing techniques
- guided imagery
2. Physical exercise
-yoga
-work out routine
3. Meditation
4. Counseling
-talk therapy
-life coaching

The Way out
Managing Stress
Stress is the body’s automatic response to any physical or mental demand placed on it.

STRESS
Managing Stress
Review
1.  What is stress?
    a.  the body's automatic response to any physical or mental demand placed on it.
    b.  adrenaline produced responding to stress
    c.  fight or flight is illicited
    d.  all of the above

2.  TRUE or FALSE
     Stressors are situations, activities, and relationships that cause 'trauma' to one's physical, emotional, or psychological self.

3.  Give 3 examples of stress.

4.  Name 3 techniques for managing stress.

5. Name 3 benefits of stress management.

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