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  • Manage Stress
    Presented by: CHRISTINA JOHN
    Date: 23 Feb 2011
    Glenroy Neighbourhood Learning Centre
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    C:Documents and SettingsChristina.HomeMy Documents
  • BSBATSIL410B:Manage Stress
    Element 1: Develop ways of preventing stress:
    1.1 Include in consideration spiritual, emotional,
    cultural and social well being
    1.2 Pinpoint and list the main areas of responsibility
    and activity associated with stress
    1.3 Implement stress reeducation strategies
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  • What is Stress?
    Stress is your mind and body’s response or reaction to a real or imagined threat, event or change
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  • Stress related terms
    Anxiety
    Tension
    Fear
    Panic
    Unconscious Anxiety
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  • Stressors
    Stress can be caused by:
    Work
    Family
    Relationships
    Finances
    Health/illness
    Environment
    Living Situation
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  • Is STRESS good or bad for us ?
    Some amount of stress is essential for us to excel in life. This is good stress or “Positive stress”.
    But when stress is too much then it reduces performance. This is bad stress or “Negative stress”.
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  • Positive Stress
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    Positive stress occurs when your level of stress is high enough to motivate you to move into action to get things accomplished.
  • Negative stress
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    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.
  • Negative Effects of Stress
    1. Physical
    • Weight gain/loss
    • Unexpected hair loss
    • Heart palpitations
    • High blood pressure
    2. Emotional
    • Mood swings
    • Anxiety
    • Can lead to depression
    • Can also lead to unhealthy coping strategies (i.e. alcohol, drugs, etc)
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  • Symptoms of stress
    Physical Indicators
    lack of enthusiasm for family,
    school, work or life in general
    withdrawal
    change in eating habits
    insomnia
    anger
    fatigue.
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  • Symptoms of Stress
    Cognitive( Mental) Indicators include:
    • Feeling low
    • Being easily upset
    • Poor self confidence
    • Low esteem
    • Lack of concentration
    • nightmares
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  • More symptoms
    Emotional indicators include:
    • tearfulness
    • fear
    • anxiety
    • panic
    • guilt
    • agitation
    • depression
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  • Manage Stress
    Why do we Manage Stress?…..
    How do we manage Stress?……
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  • STRESS RELIEF STRATEGIES
    GET PHYSICAL
    1. Relax neck and shoulders
    2. Take a stretch
    3. Get a massage
    4. Healthy food habits
    5. Exercise
    GET MENTAL
    6. Count to 10
    7. Control your thoughts
    8. Congratulate yourself
    9. Ignore the problem if appropriate
    10. Talk to a counselor
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  • STRESS RELIEF STRATEGIES
    GET SPIRITUAL
    10. Meditate
    11. Pray
    12. Remember your purpose
    USE YOUR BODY AND MIND TOGETHER
    13. Take a break
    14. Try to relax
    15. Try yoga
    16. Try aroma therapy
    17. Laugh
    DEVELOP NEW SKILLS
    18. Prioritize daily tasks
    19. Learn something new everyday
    20. Practice a hobby
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  • Further Reference:
    More information on Manage Stress found in the following links:
    • What is Stress” Web Site. http//www.teachhealth.com
    • How to reduce and relieve stress “Web Site. http//www.family.com
    • “Stress Relievers” Web Site. http//www.residentassistant.com
    • “Massage” Downing, G. (1972). Massage Book. New York: Random House.
    • “Aromatherapy” Web Site. http//www/aromaweb.com/articles/wharoma.as
    • “Yoga” Web Site. http//www.kevala.co.uk/yoga/overview.htr
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