• Presenters ::    • Kanika Anand    • Hitesh Dhir
What is Stress ?• Stress is your mind and body’s  response or reaction to a real or  imagined threat, event or change.• Th...
Causes for stress•   Major life changes•   Work•   Relationship difficulties•   Financial problems•   Being too busy•   Ch...
STUDENT STRESS RATING SCALEThe following are events that occur in the life of a college student. Place a check in the left...
INTERPRETING YOUR SCORE !!! • Less than 150 points : relatively low stress   level in • relation to life events • 150 - 30...
Many health problems are    caused or exacerbated by        stress, including:•   Pain of any kind•   Heart disease•   Dig...
Stress managementIt is one of the keys to a happy and  successful life in modern society.  Although life provides numerous...
How to reduce, prevent            and      cope with stress• Identify the sources of stress in your  life• Look at how u c...
How to deal with stress• Dealing with Stressful Situations: The  Four A’s• Change the situation:• Avoid the stressor.•   A...
Strategy to Manage Stress•   Avoid unnecessary stress•   Alter the situation•   Adapt to the stressor•   Accept the things...
Stress Retrievers•   Stress retrievers games•   Stress retrievers books•   Laughter•   Drawing•   Music•   Sports•   Mini ...
Be always Smiling to be       Stress Less !!!Thank youListeners       !!!
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  • Example:--thre are some unhealthy ways to cope up with stress:-SmokingDrinking too muchOvereating or undereatingZoning out for hours in front of the TV or computerWithdrawing from friends, family, and activitiesUsing pills or drugs to relax      Sleeping too muchProcrastinatingFilling up every minute of the day to avoid facing problemsTaking out your stress on others (lashing out, angry outbursts, physical violence)
  • Stress management

    1. 1. • Presenters :: • Kanika Anand • Hitesh Dhir
    2. 2. What is Stress ?• 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).
    3. 3. Causes for stress• Major life changes• Work• Relationship difficulties• Financial problems• Being too busy• Children and family• Not all stress is caused by external factors. Stress can also be self-generated:• Inability to accept uncertainty• Pessimism• Negative self-talk• Unrealistic expectations• Perfectionism• Lack of assertiveness
    4. 4. STUDENT STRESS RATING SCALEThe following are events that occur in the life of a college student. Place a check in the left-hand column foreach of those events that has happened to you during the last 12 months.___ Death of a close family member - 100 points____ Jail term - 80 points____ Final year or first year in college - 63 points________ Severe personal illness or injury - 53 points____ Marriage - 50 points____ Any interpersonal problems - 45 points____ Financial difficulties - 40 points____ Death of a close friend - 40 points____ Arguments with your roommate (more than every other day) - 40 points____ Major disagreements with your family - 40 points’____ Major change in personal habits - 30 points____ Change in living environment - 30 points____ Beginning or ending a job - 30 points____Problems with your boss or professor - 25 points____ Outstanding personal achievement - 25 points____ Failure in some course - 25 points____ Final exams - 20 points____ Increased or decreased dating - 20 points____ Changes in working conditions - 20 points____ Change in your major____ Change in your sleeping habits - 18 points____ Several-day vacation - 15 points____ Change in eating habits - 15 points____ Family reunion - 15 points____ Change in recreational activities - 15 points____ Minor illness or injury - 15 points____ Minor violations of the law - 11 pointsScore: _________________
    5. 5. INTERPRETING YOUR SCORE !!! • Less than 150 points : relatively low stress level in • relation to life events • 150 - 300 points : borderline range • Greater than 300 points : high stress in relation to life events
    6. 6. Many health problems are caused or exacerbated by stress, including:• Pain of any kind• Heart disease• Digestive problems• Sleep problems• Depression• Obesity• Autoimmune diseases• Skin conditions, such as eczema
    7. 7. Stress managementIt is one of the keys to a happy and successful life in modern society. Although life provides numerous demands that can prove difficult to handle, stress management is the best way to manage anxiety and maintain overall well-being.More information is provided below on how to measure stress levels, learn about stress management models and practice techniques that will help to reduce stress and promote a positive lifestyle.
    8. 8. How to reduce, prevent and cope with stress• Identify the sources of stress in your life• Look at how u cope up with it• Learning healthier ways to manage stress
    9. 9. How to deal with stress• Dealing with Stressful Situations: The Four A’s• Change the situation:• Avoid the stressor.• Alter the stressor.• Change your reaction.• Adapt to the stressor.• Accept the stressor.
    10. 10. Strategy to Manage Stress• Avoid unnecessary stress• Alter the situation• Adapt to the stressor• Accept the things which u cant change• Make time for fun and relaxation• Adapt a healthy lifestyle
    11. 11. Stress Retrievers• Stress retrievers games• Stress retrievers books• Laughter• Drawing• Music• Sports• Mini vacations
    12. 12. Be always Smiling to be Stress Less !!!Thank youListeners !!!
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