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    • Take the Stress Test Do any of these apply to you?
    • Work Load
      • Always too much work; Never able to relax
      • High Pressure periods; deadlines, test come all at once
      • Don’t get satisfying results
      • I have a lot more work than my classmates & friends
      • I have to work harder than them to get the same results
      • Has complicated my commitments; I can’t fulfill them
    • If you said yes to many….
      • You are STRESSED
      • Become Aware of Your Stressors and Emotional and Physical Reactions
    • Stress
    • A Challenge Please write a One Sentence Definition of S T R E S S.
    • Definition
      • Non-specific response to a demand -- a product of change.
      • Any situation, good or bad, that causes you to readjust.
    • What is Stress?
      • Is your mind and body’s response or reaction to a real or imagined threat, event or change.
      • The threat, event or change are commonly called stressors. Stressors can be internal (thoughts, beliefs, attitudes or external (loss, tragedy, change).
      • S=P>R
      • When Pressure is greater than Resource
    • Stress Management The art of taking care of oneself!
    • Stress Feelings
      • Worry
      • Tense
      • Tired
      • Frightened
      • Over Excited
      • Depressed
      • Anxious
      • Anger
    • Stressors/Reasons for Stress
      • External
        • Physical Environment
        • Social Interaction
        • Daily Hassles
        • Organizational
        • Major Life Events
      • Internal
        • Lifestyle Choices
        • Negative Self-Talk
        • Mind Traps
        • Personality Traits
    • External Stressors
      • Physical Environment
        • Noise
        • Bright Lights
        • Heat
        • Confined Spaces
      • Social Interaction
        • Rudeness
        • Business
        • Aggressiveness by Others
        • Bullying
      • Daily Hassles
        • Commuting
        • Misplaced Keys
        • Mechanical Breakdowns
    • External Stressors
      • Organizational
        • Rules
        • Take over-Lay offs-Relocation
        • Red Tape
        • Deadlines
        • Technology Change
        • Consistent Poor Performance
      • Major Life Events
        • Birth
        • Death
        • Lost Job
        • Promotion
        • Marital Status Change
    • Internal Stressors
      • Lifestyle Choices
        • Caffeine
        • Lack of Sleep
        • Overloaded Schedule
      • Negative Self-Talk
        • Pessimistic Thinking
        • Self Criticism
        • Over Analyzing
    • Internal Stressors
      • Mind Traps
        • Unrealistic Expectations
        • Taking Things Personally
        • All or Nothing Thinking
        • Exaggeration
        • Rigid Thinking
      • Personality Traits
        • Perfectionists
        • Workaholics
    • Types of Stress
      • Negative Stress
      • Positive Stress
    • Negative Stress Immune response decreases
        • Headaches
      Digestion slows down Insomnia Skin Complaints Ulcers
    • Positive Stress
        • Stimulation to cope with challenging situations
        • Motivation
        • Awareness
    • The Individual Stress is due to how we react to what has happened rather than what happens.
    • The Stress Response
      • Fight
      • To Face It
      • Flight
      • To Run Away
      This is a series of chemical changes that prepare us to deal with danger.
    • The Stress Response
      • Controlled by Endocrine System
      • Perspiration
      • Increased Heart Rate and Blood Pressure
      • Rapid Breathing
      • Muscle Tenseness
      • Increased Mental Alertness
      • Increased Pupil Dilation
    • General Adaptation Syndrome
      • Alarm Response
      • “Fight or Flight” Response
      • 2.Adaptation Phase
      • Body tries to adapt to the stressors
      • Body Prepares for Long-Term Protection
      • Secretes Hormones to Increase Blood Levels
      • Don’t Reach Overload
      • Relax to Counterbalance the Stress Response
      • 3.Exhausation Phase
      • Stressor Not Being Managed Effectively
      • Body And Mind Are Not Able To Repair the Damage
      • Leads To
        • Decreased Stress Tolerance
        • Mental And Physical Exhaustion
        • illness And Collapse
    • Stage 1 Alarm Reaction Stage 2 Resistance Stage 3 Exhaustion Normal Level of Resistance General Adaptation Syndrome
    • Symptoms of Stress
      • Physical Symptoms
      Sleep Pattern Changes Fatigue Digestion Changes Headache Aches and Pains Infections Indigestions Dizziness Fainting Sweating And Trembling Tingling Hands And Feet Breathlessness Palpitation Missed Heartbeats
    • Symptoms of Stress 2. Mental Symptoms Lack Of Concentration Memory Lapses Difficulty In Decision Making Confusion Disorientation Panic Attacks
    • Symptoms of Stress 3. Behavioral Symptoms Appetite Changes - Too Much Or Too Little Eating Disorder – Anorexia, Bulimia Increased Intake Of Alcohol And Drugs Restlessness Fidgeting Nail Biting Increased Smoking Hypochondria
    • Symptoms of Stress 4. Emotional Symptoms Bouts Of Depression Impatience Tearfulness Deterioration Of Personal Hygiene and Appearance Fits Of Rage
    • Cost of Stress/Disadvantages 1. 80% of modern diseases Cardio-vascular diseases Immune system diseases Diabetes Digestive disorder Asthma Ulcers Skin Complaints Headaches+Migraine Depression
    • Cost of Stress/Disadvantages
      • 2. Absenteeism
        • Loss of Working Days
    • Stress Control
      • Recognize Source of Negative Stress
      • Plan Measures to Overcome It
    • ABC Strategy
      • A = Awareness
        • What Causes Stress?
        • How Do You React?
      • B = Balance
        • Identify The Fine Line Between Positive/Negative Stress
        • How Much Can You Cope With It Before It Becomes ?
      • C = Control
        • What Can You Do To Fight Against Negative Effects of Stress?
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • Change Your Thinking
        • Reframing
          • To Look Things in Different Perspective to Feel Better
        • Positive Thinking
          • Forget Powerlessness, Dejection, Despair, Failure
          • Focus on Strengths
          • Learn From Your Stress
          • Look For Opportunities
          • Seek Out The Positive – Make A change
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • Change Your Behavior
        • A. Assertive
          • It Helps To Manage Stressful Situations
          • Lack of it Shows Low Self-Esteem And Low Self-Confidence
          • Communication Improves Assertiveness
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • Assertive
      • Equality And Basic Rights
        • The Right To Express My Feelings
        • The Right To Express Opinions/Beliefs
        • The Right To Say ”Yes/No” for Yourself
        • The Right To Change Your Mind
        • The Right To Say ‘I Don’t Understand’
        • The Right To Be Yourself
        • The Right To Decline Responsibility For Other People’s Problems
        • The Right To Make Reasonable Requests of Others
        • The Right To Set My Own Priorities
        • The Right To Be Listened To , And Taken Seriously
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • Assertive
      • Being Assertive
        • Stand Up For Your Personal Rights
        • Express Your Thoughts, Feelings, Beliefs – Directly, Honestly And Spontaneously Not Hurting Others
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • Assertive
      • Assertive People
        • Respect Themselves And Others
        • Take Responsibilities for Actions And Choices
        • Ask Openly For What They Want
        • Disappointed If ‘Want’ Denied
        • Self-Confidence Remains Intact
        • Not Reliant On The Approval Of Others
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • Assertive
      • Assertive Skills
        • Establish Good Eye Contact/ Don’t Stare
        • Stand or Sit Comfortably – Don’t Fidget
        • Talk In a Firm, Steady Voice
        • Use Body Language
        • ‘ I Think’/ ‘I Feel’
        • ‘ What Do You Think?’ , ‘ How Do You Feel?’
        • Concise And To The Point
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • Assertive
      • Benefits To Be Assertive
        • Higher Self-Esteem
        • Less Self-Conscious
        • Less Anxious
        • Manage Stress More Successfully
        • Appreciate Yourself And Others More Easily
        • Feeling Of Self-Control
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • B. Get Organized
        • Set Your
          • Priorities
          • Duties
          • Activities
        • Don’t Overload Your Mind
        • Organization Helps Avoid Personal And Professional Chaos
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • C. Ventilation
        • A Problem Shared Is A Problem Halved
        • Develop A Support Network Through Friends Or Colleagues
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • D. Humour
        • Good Stress Reducer
        • Applies At Home And At Work
        • Relieves Muscular Tensions
        • Improves Breathing
        • Pumps Endorphins Into The Blood Stream
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • E. Diversion And Distraction
        • Take Time Out
        • Get Away From Things That Bother You
        • Doesn’t Solve The Problem
        • Reduce Stress Level
        • Calm Down
        • Think Logically
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • 3. Change Your Lifestyle
      • a.Diet
            • Healthy Eating Habits
            • Caffeine (Stimulant)
            • Salt
          • b. Smoking And Alcohol
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • 3. Change Your Lifestyle
      • c.Exercise
            • Uses Up Excess Energy Released By “Fight or Flight Reaction”
            • Improves Blood Pressure
            • Lowers Blood Pressure
            • Clears The Mind Of Worrying thoughts
            • Improves Self Image
            • Makes You Feel Better About Yourself
            • Increases Social Contact
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • 3. Change Your Lifestyle
      • d.Sleep
            • Good Stress Reducer
            • Difficult To Cope When Tired
            • Wake Refreshed After Night’s Sleep
            • Plenty Of Daytime Energy
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • 3. Change Your Lifestyle
      • e. Leisure
            • Interest
            • Gives You A ‘Break’ From Stresses
            • Provides Outlet For Relief
            • Provides Social Contact
    • Stress Management Techniques
      • 3. Change Your Lifestyle
      • f. Relaxation
            • Lowers Blood Pressure
            • Combats Fatigue
            • Promotes Sleep
            • Reduces Pain
            • Eases Muscle Tension
            • Decreases Mental Worries
            • Increases Concentration
            • Increases Productivity
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