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Transcript of STRESS
what is Stress?
In a medical or biological context stress is a physical, mental, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension.
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DING ZHICHEN 13026405
LU HONGXU 13029385
MEI YUQI 13029384
HOW DOES STRESS AFFECT YOU ?
Deal with challenges.
Enhance primary and secondary immune responses
Anxiety or Depressive Disorder
Hyperventilation(central physical effect).
Health problem such as cancer heart disease
Concentration and Memory
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wHAT CAUSES STRESS?
how to deal with stress?
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Knowlton, S. 2015 The Positive Effects of Stress [Online], Available at <http://www.healthguidance.org/entry/15537/1/The-Positive-Effects-of-Stress.html> [accessed at 03 April 2015].
Borne, J V D. 2015 The Negative Effects of Stress [Online], Available at <http://www.anxiety-and-depression-solutions.com/the-negative-effects-of-stress-519> [ accessed at 05 April 2015].
Goldberg, N 2013 Where does your stress come from? [Online].
Available at <http://martinamcgowan.com/2013/08/where-does-your-stress-come-from/> [accessed at 06 April 2015].
Managing Stress !
Negative effects of stress have more
than positive effects.
To conclusion, stress is a normal part of people's life.
Most stress origins from external facts, others come from internal facts.
Stress have positive effects to motivate people, but negative effects cause people into more trouble.
People should use the correct way to deal with stress.
Get more rest and more restful sleep
Eat a healthier diet
Get more exercise
Know your work limits
Say, "No," more often when your need to
Ask for help
Carve out time for more fun
Use positive imagery
Do deep breathing exercise
Listen to music that calms you
Keep things simple