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STRESS MANAGEMENT. Have experienced in these situations?. Unexpected death Witnessing an accident Sudden loss of Money Blaming In charge for valuable things Arranging a Seminar, Workshop, Party, Goal Achievement Attending an Interview. What is Stress?.

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have experienced in these situations

Have experienced in these situations?

Unexpected death

Witnessing an accident

Sudden loss of Money

Blaming

In charge for valuable things

Arranging a Seminar, Workshop, Party,

Goal Achievement

Attending an Interview

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What is Stress?

Stress is a psychological and physiological response to events that upset our personal balance in some way

An event is good or bad

If the changes it brings strain our coping skills and adaptive resources

The end result is the personal feeling of stress and the body's biological stress response.

factors
Factors

Out side Factors

  • The state of the world,
  • The environment in which you live or work,
  • Your family

Individual Factors

  • your own irresponsible behavior
  • Negative attitudes and feelings
  • Unrealistic expectations
consequences of stress on human body vary from person to person
Memory problems

Difficulty in decision making

Inability to concentrate

Digestive problems

High blood pressure

Weight gain or loss

Seeing the negative part

Losing your temper

Poor judgment

Restlessness and anxiety

Depression.

Easily irritated

Headache

Muscle tension and pain.

Sleep disturbances

Fatigue

Increase in usage of alcohol and drug

Skin problems

Lack of confidence.

Consequences of Stress on Human Bodyvary from person to person
stressors three categories
Stressors three categories

Frustrations

Meeting your needs or achieving personal goals

External- an unsatisfying job, death of a loved one

Internal- physical handicaps, the lack of a desired talent

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Conflicts

Two or more mismatched needs or goals

A working mother might feel torn over a job offer that would advance her career, but take time away from her family

Pressures

Expectations of others or the demands you place on yourself

You may feel pressure to get good grades in order to please your parents or get into a good school

what creates stress
What creates Stress?

When change occurs (good or bad) we usually experience some degree of Stress

S=P>R

Stress occurs when the pressure is greater than the resource

  • Getting proficiency in studies
  • Financial or personal difficulties in Studies
  • Attend an interview without proper preparation
how can i change my lifestyle habits to manage stress better
How can I change my lifestyle habits to manage stress better?
  • Get enough sleep
  • Connect with others
  • Develop a support system and share your feelings
  • Exercise regularly
  • Eat a balanced, nutritious diet
  • Reduce caffeine and sugar
  • Take time to think and relax
  • Read a good book
  • Work on a hobby
  • Listen to Music
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Don’t self-medicate with alcohol or drugs
  • Do something for yourself everyday
  • Have realistic expectations
  • Proper time Management
  • Give priority to the most important tasks and do those first
  • Express your feelings instead of bottling them up
  • Reframe problems -See problems as opportunities
  • Family trip
  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Some Relaxation techniques
is this my problem
Is this my problem……
  • Ask your self is this my problem? If it is not, leave it alone
  • If it is your problem, Can you settle it now? Once it is settled, leave it alone.
  • If the problem is too big and you cannot settle it alone, should you seek advice? Take the advice from expert, and settle the matter. Don't let it hang
  • Don't worry over the decision, and try to accept situations you cannot change
reducing stress during interviews
Reducing Stress during Interviews
  • Be at right time or 15 minutes before

interview venue

  • Develop needed confidence
  • Proper preparation for the interview
  • Enter the interview with reasonable

information & understanding

  • Be sensitive to the needs & expectations
  • Know your strength & weakness
  • Make a Positive interaction
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Don’t have inferiority or Superiority

complex

I am not o.k You are not o.k

I am not o.k You are o.k

I am o.k You are not o.k

I am o.k. You are ok

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Thank You

questions?