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Stress management ppt
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Stress management ppt bec bagalkot mba 2009

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  • 1. Stress Management
  • 2. WHAT IS STRESS?q Stress is your mind and body’s response or reaction to a real or imagined threat, event or change.q The threat, event or change are commonly called stressors. Stressors can be internal (thoughts, beliefs, attitudes or external (loss, tragedy, change).
  • 3. LEVELS OF STRESS
  • 4. EUSTRESSEustress or positive stress occurs when your level of stress is high enough to motivate you to move into action to get things accomplished.
  • 5. DISTRESSDistress or negative stress occurs when your level of stress is either too high or too low and your body and/or mind begin to respond negatively to the stressors.
  • 6. STAGES OF STRESS
  • 7. ALARM STAGEAs you begin to experience a stressful event or perceive something to be stressful psychological changes occur in your body. This experience or perception disrupts your body’s normal balance and immediately your body begins to respond to the stressor(s) as effectively as possible.
  • 8. EXAMPLESq Cardiac - increased heart rateq Respiratory - increased respirationq Skin - decreased temperatureq Hormonal - increased stimulation of adrenal genes which produce an adrenal rush.
  • 9. RESISTANCE STAGEDuring this stage your body tries to cope or adapt to the stressors by beginning a process of repairing any damage the stressor has caused. Your friends, family or co-workers may notice changes in you before you do so it is important to examine their feedback to make sure you do not reach overload.
  • 10. EXAMPLESq Behavior indicators include: lack of enthusiasm for family, school, work or life in general, withdrawal, change in eating habits, insomnia, hypersomnia, anger, fatigue.q Cognitive Indicators include: poor problem solving, confusion, nightmares, hyper-vigilance.
  • 11. RESISTANCE STAGE MORE EXAMPLES Emotional indicators include:q tearfulnessq fearq anxietyq panicq guiltq agitationq depressionq overwhelmed.
  • 12. EXHAUSTION STAGEDuring this stage the stressor is not being managed effectively and the body and mind are not able to repair the damage.
  • 13. EXAMPLESDigestive disorders, withdrawal, headaches, tension, insomnia, loss of temper.

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