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  •  
    • Part 1 – Stress in General
    • Part 2 - Stress at Work
    • Part 3 – Stress Management
    • Stress in General
    • 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.
  • Stress is a feeling that's created when we react to particular events. It's the body's way of rising to a challenge and preparing to meet a tough situation with focus, strength, stamina, and heightened alertness. The events that provoke stress are called stressors, and they cover a whole range of situations — everything from outright physical danger to making a class presentation or taking a semester's worth of your toughest subject.
  • Headaches Stomach Aches Sweating Diarrhea Sleeplessness Rapid Breathing Increased Heart Rate
  • Relationship Environment Educational Occupational Financial
    • Financial Worries
    • Finance Fix
    • Raising Children
    • Temperature
    • Lights
    • Noise Pollution
    • Weather
    • Deadlines
    • Examinations
    • Joining sports team
    • Work overload
    • Extreme rigidity
    • Role conflict
    • Counts of responsibility
  • Pain Weight Sleep Difficulty Anxiety or Depressive Disorder Heart Disease and Stroke Concentration and Memory Gastrointestinal Disorders
  • Getting married Graduating from school Moving to a new house Having a baby Going on a first date working as hard as you can at sports
    • Physical symptoms
    • Mental symptoms
    • Behavioural symptoms
    • Emotional symptoms
  • Fear Panic A fast heart rate Rapid, shallow breathing Increased muscle tension Uncertainty Excess Sweating
  • Mood swings Excessive Worrying Forgetfulness Lack of Concentration Negative Attitude or Apathy Feeling Insecure Irritable
  • Hostility Fast Speech Fast Driving Impatience Self-harming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Drug Abuse Excessive Smoking Angry or Aggressive Outbursts Blaming Others Thoughts of Suicide
    • Stress is not the same as ill-health, but has been related to such illnesses as;
    • - Heart attack and high blood pressure
    • - Insomnia
    • - Ulcers
    • - Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Sickness Absenteeism Accidents, Errors and Mistakes Reworking Overtime Staff Retention
    • Stress at Work
  • unreasonable demands lack of job security night-shift work long working hours office politics and conflicts time spent away from family wages not commensurate work pressure
    • Stress Management
    • External Stresses
    • Internal Stresses
    • Change to a new type of work
    • Change in your work hours or conditions
    • Change in your responsibilities at work
    • Troubles at work
    • Major business adjustment
    • Retirement
    • Loss of job
    • Work overload
    • Deadline pressure
    • Lack of support & resources
    • Lack of recognition
    • Lack of feedback
    • Unclear goals & objectives
    • High rate of staff sick leave
    • Conflicting demands
    • Major change in living conditions
    • Change in residence
    • Change in family get-togethers
    • Marriage
    • Pregnancy
    • Miscarriage or abortion
    • Child leaving home
    • Change in arguments with spouse
    • In-law problems
    • Change in marital status of your parents:
    • Separation from spouse:
    • Divorce
    • Birth of grandchild
    • Death of spouse
    • Death of other family member
    • Inability to accept uncertainty
    • Pessimism
    • Negative self-talk
    • Unrealistic expectations
    • Perfectionism
    • Lack of assertiveness
    • Environment - Open your eyes and your ears with the people you come into contact with or who call you on the phone and listen to what they are saying
    • Always Smile - when you smile outside you can feel it inside even if you are not in a good mood
    • Get Some Sleep - Be sure you are getting your eight hours of sleep at night so that you wake refreshed
    • Be Positive - With each individual experience there is always a way to view it from a positive perspective by referring to your control techniques and keeping that optimistic attitude
    STRESS CONTROL
    • Change your Sleep Time
    • Change your Diet
    • Change your Way of Thinking