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    • STRESS MANAGEMENT
    • Stress can be explained basically as pressure upon a person’s psychological system which arises out of complexity of one’s work life. It also affects his or her physical and behavior system.
    • Stress is basically the influence of one object on another object. Mainly three terms are used as synonyms to stress like stress, strain, pressure.
      Stress is an experience that creates physiological and psychological imbalance within a person. Stress gets generated whenever there is a change in its environment and work conditions.
    • Stress is not necessarily bad in and of itself. Stress being negative also has positive value. Stress is said to be positive when the situation offers an opportunity for one to gain something.
      Distress and Eustress:
      Distress is negative aspect of stress which occurs when we feel insecure, helpless as a result tension and pressure. Eutress is the term used to describe positive stress. Eustress is the stress of meeting challenges.
    • High
      Performance
      Low
      Low Stress High
    • Individual Factors
      Family problems
      Economic problems
      Personality type
      Life and carrier
    • Organizational Factors
      Organizational structure
      Organizational policies
      Organization’s life stage
      Task demand
      Social changes
      Economic changes
      Technological changes
    • Group Stress
      Social support
      Community conditions
      Showing lack of concern
    • Environmental Factors
      Economic uncertainty
      Political uncertainty
      Technological uncertainty
    • Consequence of Stress
    • Physiological Symptoms
      Headaches
      High blood pressure
      Heart disease
    • Psychological Symptoms
      Depression
      Decrease in job satisfaction
      Anxiety
    • Behavioral Symptoms
      Productivity
      Absenteeism
      Turnover
    • Management of stress
    • Coping strategies at the organizational level
      Organizational role clarity
      Job redesign
      Stress reduction and stress management programmes
      Collateral programmes
      Supportive organization climate
      Counseling
    • Coping strategies by individuals
      Relaxation
      Time management
      Role management
      Meditation
      Support group