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Stress management

Guides by: Made by:

Mrs. Sunita Verma Aisha Kukhrania
Aditi Sharma
Prerna Gupta
Vaishali Burdak
oMeaning & Definition
oCauses of stress management
oNeed for stress management
oTypes of stress management
oImpacts of stress management
oFactor influencing stress
oAffects of stress management
oHow to get rid off
All things are difficult when they are not done

A state of mental tension and worry

caused by problems in your life,
work, etc.
Basic meaning

Stress is a dynamic condition in which an

individual is confronted with an
opportunity, demand, or resource related
to what an individual desires for which the
outcome is perceived to be both uncertain
and important.
Stress Management?

It is the amelioration of stress and

especially chronic stress often for the
purpose of improving everyday
Stress produces numerous symptoms which
vary according to persons, situations, and
severity. These can include physical health
decline as well as depression
Causes of stress
Emotional stressors
Family stressors
Social stressors
Work stressors
Decisional stressors
Phobic stressors
Physical stressors
Disease stressors
Need of stress management
In the past decade, the news headlines have definitely made it
clear that the need for stress management should be one of the
top agendas in modern day society. The rages alone such as Road
Rage and the trends of violent acts in life today prove a lot of it
Living today is a lot tougher than it was even in the days of the
great depression. It's been coming out in many ways such as all
time occurrences of stomach and intestinal ulcers. Others find
sleep disorders and wind up zombies during their busy days.
Insomnia is growing in leaps and bounds.
Today stress management is important in everyone's lives. It's
necessary for long happy lives with less trouble that will come
about. There are many ways to deal with stress ranging from the
dealing with the causes of stress to simply burning off its effects.
Types of Stress management
(A)Acute Stress
Acute stress is usually for short time and may be due to work
pressure, meeting deadlines pressure or minor accident, over
exertion, increased physical activity, searching something but
you misplaced it, or similar things. Symptoms of this type of
tension are headaches, back pain, stomach problems, rapid
heartbeat, muscle aches or body pain.
(B)Chronic Stress
This type of stress is the most serious of all the 3 stress types.
Chronic stress is a prolonged stress that exists for weeks,
months, or even years. This stress is due to poverty, broken or
stressed families and marriages, chronic illness and successive
failures in life. People suffering from this type of stress get used
to it and may even not realize that they are under chronic stress.
It is very harmful to their health

When an individual experiences stress, it not only impacts on their work behaviour but also the broader
work environment. Indeed, psychological injury is recognised as the most costly type of workers
compensation claim.

The impact of stress in the workplace may be manifested in:

Increased or excessive absenteeism
High or increased accident rates or Work Cover claims
Reduced morale
Poor interpersonal relations in the workplace
Poor or reduced work output and performance
Increased staff turnover
Factors that influence your
stress tolerance
Your knowledge and preparation
Your exercise levels
Your diet
Your sense of control
Your attitude and outlook
Your ability to deal with your emotions
Negative aspect

Its not stress that kills us, it is our

reaction to it.

We start thinking a lot what is in our

mind again and again which leads to
How stress affects the body

Common symptoms of stress

A fast heartbeat.
A headache.
A stiff neck and/or tight shoulders.
Back pain.
Fast breathing.
Sweating, and sweaty palms.
An upset stomach, nausea, or diarrhea.
How stress affects your
thoughts and emotions
You might notice signs of stress in the way you think, act,
and feel.
You may:
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 to get rid off

Breath deeply
Be present
Proper meal
Reach out
Laugh out loud
Get moving & be Great ful
Stop stressing ,
start living.....