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  • Stress can be defined as our mental, physical, emotional, and behavioral reactions to any perceived demands or threats.
  • We perceive a situation as dangerous, difficult, or painful. We don't believe we have the resources to cope.
  • I want conclude this by saying if you manage your stress well and you will be the happiest person in the world. So Stop Stressing Start Living
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    • 1.  
    • 2. STRESS AND IT’S MANAGEMENT
      • Suresha. G
    • 3. Contents
      • Introduction
      • What is stress ?
      • Why do we stress ?
      • What makes something stressful ?
      • Effects of Stress
      • Suggestions for reducing stress
      • Conclusion
    • 4. What is Stress?
      • Mental
      • Physical
      • Emotional
      • Behavioral
    • 5. Why Do We "Stress Out"?
      • For two major reasons:
        • We perceive a situation as dangerous, difficult, or painful.
        • We don't believe we have the resources to cope.
    • 6. What Makes Something Stressful?
      • Situations that have strong demands
      • Situations that are imminent
      • Life transitions
      • Timing (e.g., deviation from the “norm”)
      • Uncertainty
      • Desire
      • Controllability
    • 7. Effects of Stress
      • Mental effects
      • 2. Emotional effects
      • 3. Physiological effects
      • 4. Behavioral effects
    • 8. Suggestions for reducing Stress
      • Find a support system
      • Change your attitude
      • Be realistic
      • Get organized and take charge
      • Take breaks, give yourself "me time“
      • Take good care of yourself.
    • 9. Suggestions for Reducing Stress con…
      • Learn to say "no.“
      • Get regular exercise.
      • Get a hobby, do something different.
      • Slow down.
      • Laugh, use humor.
      • Learn to relax.
    • 10. Conclusion
      • Stress : Mental, Physical, Emotional, and Behavioral reaction
      • Reasons for Stress: Situations & lack of self confidence
      • Suggestions to reduce Stress:
      • Find a Support system,
      • Change your attitude, relax, exercise

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