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  • 1. By Marina RubanFME 19
  • 2. Stress is mental,emotional, or physicalstrain caused, e.g. byanxiety or overwork. Itmay cause suchsymptoms as raised bloodpressure or depression.
  • 3. What exactly does stress do?Stress is not alwaysa bad thing as thepressure it createscan keep usmotivated.• How ever, when stress related issuesreach an unhealthy level and interfereswith health and job production it cancost companies millions of dollars dueto employees not showing up or notperforming at optimal levels due tostress.
  • 4. Statistics According to the National Institute forOccupational Safety and Health:65% of workers said that workplace stress hadcaused difficulties and more than 10 percentdescribed these as having major effects;10% said they work in an atmosphere wherephysical violence has occurred because of job stressand in this group, 42% report that yelling and otherverbal abuse is common;29% had yelled at co-workers because of workplacestress, 14% said they work where machinery orequipment has been damaged because of workplacerage and 2% admitted that they had actuallypersonally struck someone;
  • 5. 19% or almost one in five respondents had quit aprevious position because of job stress and nearly onein four have been driven to tears because of workplacestress;62% routinely find that they end the day with work-related neck pain, 44% reported stressed-out eyes,38% complained of hurting hands and 34% reporteddifficulty in sleeping because they were too stressed-out;12% had called in sick because of job stress;Over half said they often spend 12-hour days on workrelated duties and an equal number frequently skiplunch because of the stress of job demands.
  • 6. Factors that influence howyou experience stress are:4. The perceived level of threat you attach to the stress.3. Your ability to feel you can resolve or escape the stress;2. The number of stressors you experience close together orsimultaneously;1. The length of time you feel under stress
  • 7. Top 10 Causes of StressChildhoodTraumaDeath of aLoved OneDivorceFinances Job HealthPersonalRelationshipsChronically IllChildPregnancy Danger
  • 8. Stress-Aggravating Foods Sugar Salt Fats Additives Caffeine Alcohol
  • 9.  Vitamin A Brewers’ Yeast Vitamin C Iron Zinc Iodine Calcium Ginseng Evening Primrose Oil Selenium Molasses ChlorellaStress-Helpful Foods
  • 10. Stress PreventionNow you ask yourself, How and can I preventstress? When people think of that question,they become dumbfounded and their mindsbecome utterly perplexed.They tell themselves, “Such a thing can’t exist!”But that is incorrect. There are ways to preventstress! But before you prevent stress, you mustfirst identify the sources of stress in your life.
  • 11.  Lets talk about a few ways that you should handlestress.There are six StressManagement Strategies…..
  • 12. Not all stress can be avoided,but the less you deal withthe happier you will be.Learn how to say “no”. Knowyour limits, such asresponsibilities.Taking on more than you canhandle is very common amongworkers. Avoid people whostress you out by reducing thetime you are around them.Stress management strategy #1:Avoid unnecessary stress
  • 13. Vent feelings instead ofbuilding them up. Justthink of a balloon, if airpressurecontinues to buildwithout properventilation, it willexplode.Manage your time better.When you’re stretched toothin and running behind,it’s hard to stay calm andfocused. But if you planahead and make sure youdon’t overextend yourself,you can alter the amountof stress you’re under.Stress management strategy #2:Alter the situation
  • 14. Look at the big picture; doesthis really matter for me toget stressed about? Will itmatter to me in a month, or ayear?Perfectionists are also a bigproblem and stressor. Adjustyour standards. And one of themost popular is to be positive. Ifyou think positive, the outcomewill be positive and vice versa.Stress management strategy #3:Adapt to the stressor
  • 15. •One must accept the factthat in life we must forgive.You cannot hold a grudgeand let it bottle up insideyou. Let it go, and once youlearn to do this, you have justremoved a stressor.Some people think they cancontrol uncontrollable things, andit stresses them out. Rather thanstressing out over them, focus onthe things you can control such asthe way you choose to react toproblems.Stress management strategy #4:Accept the things you can’t change
  • 16. Everyone needs some sort ofrelaxation period. Suchthings can be a gentlemassage, play with a lovedpet, spend time in nature,sweat out tension with agood workout, watch afunny comedy or spend timewith friends.Stress management strategy #5:Make time for fun and relaxation
  • 17. One thing you canstart with is exercisingregularly. This willimprove stamina andappearance. Reducecaffeine and sugar.These can tire youeven though they canprovide you with atemporary energyboost. Avoid alcohol,cigarettes and drugs.Don’t try to mask thestress you got built upeven thought theseprovide temporarystress relievers. Dealwith problems with aclear head. Enoughsleep fuels your bodyand provides you witha fresh start on life.Starting your stressfree day with a badstamina status isn’t agood choice.With all thesestrategies for you totry, you must makethe first step tochanging your life.Stress management strategy #6:Adopt a healthy lifestyle
  • 18. ToSum itallup...Stress is not something totake lightly, stress is like apath. If you take thewrong road, it can lead todisaster, however if youtake the correct path, youcan return home.