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Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
Stress management slide show Ethan
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  • 1. Personal Stress
    Personally I find financial issues to be the most stressful. This could include budgeting for travelling and rent and still having enough for food at the end of the week. Equally as stressful can be finding ways to obtain money
  • 2. Presentation Outline
    Part 1 – Stress in General
    Part 2 - Stress at Work
    Part 3 – Stress Management
  • 3. Part 1
    Stress In General
  • 4. Legal Overview
    HEALTH AND SAFETY IN EMPLOYMENT ACT 1992 (sect 6)
    Every employer shall take all practicable steps to ensure the safety of employees while at work
    HEALTH AND SAFETY IN EMPLOYMENT ACT 1992 (sect 7)
    Every employer shall ensure that there are in place effective methods for identifying existing hazards, and (if possible before they arise) new hazards to employees at work.
  • 5. What is Stress ?
    Stress in a physiological reaction within the brain that causes changes to the body accordingly but more realistically its a build up of pressure that cause worry to the person and can have some pretty devastating effects
  • 6. Stress Feelings
    Stress feels different to different people it all depends on the type of person and the level of stress. Some people will lash out causing physical harm and intimidate colleges while others prefer to withdrawal from everyone and everything. This isnt to say stress always feels bad sometimes it can give you a healthy sense of pressure and help you achieve goals
  • 7. Stressors
    Stressors come in all different forms such as ................
    1.People
    2.Deadlines
    3.Job interviews
    4.Commitments
    5. Family
    6. Phone / Electric Devices
    Basically things that break your normal routine and cause you to have to take on extra workload
  • 8. Negative Stress
    Negative stress is usually an overload of stress causing you to function different a person will become far more indecisive and restless causing them to procrastinate and further cause stress effectively being trapped in a self defeating cycle. When reaching the personal limit if stress you will revert to your primitive brain causing the “fight or flight” making you either lash out or totally withdraw from the situation
  • 9. Positive Stress
    Stress usually draws very negative connotations and is rarely looked at as a positive factor this is far from the truth however stress causes you to realise consequences if something is not completed and drive you to finish things through your bodys chemical reactions and release of adrenaline. Also stress is a great tool for keeping your motivation up and completing goals, the key here is moderation
  • 10. Symptoms of Stress
    Physical symptoms
    Mental symptoms
    Behavioural symptoms
    Emotional symptoms
  • 11. Physical Symptoms
    Loss of weight
    Pimples
    Hair loss
    Increased heart rate
    Dark rings around the eyes
    Pale
  • 12. MENTAL SYMPTOMS
    Confusion
    Overwhelmed
    Self defeating
    Mentally Distant
    Anxiety
    Indecisive
  • 13. BEHAVIOURAL SYMPTOMS
    Bad temper
    Raising your voice
    Compulsive
    Self absorbed
    Socially Distant
    Violent
  • 14. EMOTIONAL SYMPTOMS
    Upset
    Angry
    Irrational
    Mood swings
    Depressed
    Hopeless
  • 15. STRESS RELATED ILLNESSES
    Stress is not the same as ill-health, but has been related to such illnesses as;
    - Heart Problems
    - Asthma
    - Eczema
    - Depression
  • 16. Cost of Stress
    We all see the immediate effects stress have on people but easily forgotten is what it costs that person later this includes
    Mental health issues
    Physical health issues
    Loss of income
    Damaged credibility
    Family problems
  • 17. Part 2
    Stress at Work
  • 18. FACTORS INFLUENCING WORK STRESS
    Work is perhaps one of the most stressing places whether trying to get a job the job itself or being fired all have numerous stress factors such as
    Job interviews
    Strict conducts codes
    Long hours
    Deadlines
    Contracts
    Being Fired
    Being harmed
  • 19. Part 3
    Stress Management
  • 20. Causes of Stress
    Internal Stresses
    External Stresses
  • 21. Organisational stress is any kind of stress that effects you from direct result of what is happening within your organisation or business Eg:
    External Stresses - Organisational
    Deficit within company
    Promotion
    Health and safety violation
    Pay decrease
    Policy change
  • 22. External Stresses - Major Life Events
    Marriage
    Death of family member
    Becoming unemployed
    Promotion
    Birth of family member
    New Job
    Moving
  • 23. Internal Stress
    Mental Health problems
    Self Consciousness
    Outlook on life
    Religious Ideals
    Expectations
    Perception
  • 24. Changing your mindset
    Talking yourself through problems
    Accepting stress
    Utalizing stress for motivation
    Deep breathing
    Meditation
    Regular Exercise
    Healthy Diet
    STRESS CONTROL
    Stress Control
  • 25. Stress Management Techniques
    Change your Outlook
    Change your Mindset
    Change your Life
  • 26. Summary
    As we've seen stress can come from almost any aspect of our life and not only does it just effects our mind and body but also those around us. Stress has many side effects which can cause great harm even in small cases but overlooked is the good stress can do if you manage it right. Work on techniques to manage stress and you'll find yourself living a more motivated and productive life

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