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stress management

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#LivingAStressFreeLife! by: Neil Ian Ambrocio What is Stress? -It is a general term applied to the pressures people feel in life. - Stress is the reaction people have to excessive pressures or other types of demand placed upon them. It arises when they worry that they can’t cope. - Stress is the “wear and tear” our minds and bodies experience as we attempt to cope with our continually changing environment. S = P > R Recognizing the Signs of Stress •Stress is both a psychological and physiological response to change. •It does not manifest itself the same way in everyone. •When your “ordinary” behaviors and responses change significantly as a result of life circumstances, chances are that you are experiencing stress. Symptoms of Stress Physiological Ulcers
Digestive Problems
High Blood Pressure
Sleep Disruption Psychological Emotional Instability
Nervousness and Tension
Chronic Worry
Burnout Behavioral Excessive Working
Abuse of Alcohol
Safety Problems
Performance Problems There are many potential triggers for stress,
including the following: - Increased responsibility
- Major life changes (marriage, divorce, relationship troubles, childbirth, death of loved ones, etc.)
- Relocation
- Financial pressures
- Job changes
- Natural and man-made disasters
- Many other -Tense Stress Feelings Common Signs of Stress The Causes of Stress By Charlene Mamaril - Internal Stressors - External Stressors -Pounding heart rate
-Inability to make decisions
-Inability to act-Lack of focus
-Appetite changes
-Sleep pattern changes
-Many other possible signs -Worry -Tired -Frightened -Elated -Depressed -Anxious -Anger School-Related Causes of Stress: Academic Performance Pressure Environment Financial Stress Multitasking Stress Facing the Future Increased Responsibility and
Independence Peer Pressure Time Management Parental Pressure Effects of Stress Immune system Heart Muscles Stomach Reproductive organs Lungs Skin
How stress affects your thoughts and emotions - 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. How stress affects you depends on many things, such as: -Your personality. -What you have learned from your family about responding to stress. -How you think about and handle stress. -Your coping strategies. -Your social support. The type of stress matters - Acute Stress - Chronic Stress Top 5 Things To Know
About The Effects of Stress The Wrong Attitude Significantly
Increases Your Stress Level Some Types of Stress Can Be Beneficial You Can Prevent A Significant
Amount Of Stress In Your Life
From Occurring Stress Can Age You Prematurely in Many Ways By Imagining Your Stress Gone,
It Can Be Coping With Stress By Emmanuel Poblete By Alfred Niel Irlanda Remedial action to control stress falls into three categories: - Change your thinking Change your Behavior Change your Lifestyle
Change your thinking
-Reframing -Positive Thinking Change your Behavior
-Be Assertive -Get Organized/Time Management - Humour -Diversion & Distraction Change your Lifestyle

Different Stress Relieving Technique By Jessica Cunanan Breathing Exercises Meditation Visualizations Exercise Guided Imagery Other Stress Relieving Techniques
Self-hypnosis Progressive Muscle Relaxation Music
Five Benefits of Laughter Yoga
Good Mood and More Laughter Healthy Exercise to Beat Stress Health Benefits Quality of Life Positive Attitude in
Challenging Times is the body's instant response to any situation that seems demanding or dangerous. is caused by stressful situations or events that last over a long period of time. 5 DIFFERENT KINDS OF YOGA - Hatha Yoga
- Bhakthi Yoga
- Karma Yoga
- Raja Yoga
- Jnana Yoga
A to Z of Stress Management By Kim Sancha A - Always take time for yourself, B - Be aware of your own stress meter, C - Concentrate on controlling your own situation, D- Daily exercise, E - Eat lots of fresh fruit, F - Forgive others, G - Gain perspective on things, H - Hugs, kisses, and laughter, I - Identify stressors, J- Judge your own
performance realistically, K - Keep a positive attitude, L - Limit alcohol, drugs
and other stimulants, M - Manage money well, N - No is a word you need to learn, O - Outdoor activities by yourself, P - Play your favourite music, Q - Quit smoking, R - Relationships, S - Sleep well, T - Treat yourself once a week, U - Understand things, V - Verify information, W - Worry less, X - eXpress, Y - Yearly goal setting, Z - Zest for life. -Exercise -Drink Water -Deep Breathing -Music -Sleep -high blood pressure,
-abnormal heartbeat (arrhythmia),
-blood clots,
-hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) By Czarina Mae Ballera -neck, shoulder, and low back pain - gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
- peptic ulcer disease
- irritable bowel syndrome - low fertility
- erection problems
- problems during pregnancy
- painful menstrual periods Worsens:
- asthma
- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) Worsens:
- acne
- psoriasis Yoga Laughter Yoga
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