MANAGING STRESS
What is Stress?
What is Stress?
What is Stress?
What is Stress?
What is Stress?
What is Stress?
What is Stress?
What is Stress?
What is Stress?
I. What is Stress?
A) Stress is the body’s
reaction to any internal or
external demand.
B) The autonomic nervous system
is controlled by the hypothalamus
which is known as the “master
gland”
s
c) The hypothalamus receives the message of
danger from the mind and delivers a message
through the nervous system that ...
d) The hypothalamus also delivers a message to the
endocrine system to initiate the secretion of hormones.
The hormones, p...
e) Epinephrine and nonepinephrine are
released in the blood stream
that lead to immediate responses that
help the person d...
f) UCLA scientists found that the stress hormone
cortisol suppresses immune cells ability to
activate an enzyme that keeps...
g) Telomerase are the protective DNA
complex at the end of the chromosome.
The destruction of this DNA complex
shortens li...
II. What Can Cause Stress?
A)Survival Stressors
When the body is in a tense situation, the body reacts
with a burst of ene...
B)Individual or Internal Stressors
1) Family Problems
2) Economic Problems
3) Personality Type
a) Type A personality:ambitious,rigidly organized,
take on more than they can handle, “workaholics”
Symptoms: Free-floating hostility, impatience,
irritability
b) Type B Personality
Generally live in a lower stress level, work steadily, it is all
right if they do not achieve, When ...
C) External Stress
Stressors for Students are:
a) New Environment
b) Overdemanding Classroom
Environment
c) Athletic
Requirments
d) Peer Relationships
e) tests
f) Parents Expectations
g) Failing Grades
h) Techno-stress
Techno-stress
1) When people cannot resist being online or being connected all
the time and are always sharing constant up...
2) Symptoms of Techno-stress:
Anxiety, mental and physical fatigue, depression,
lack of sleep nightmares, panic, cancer du...
III. Types of Stress
A) Acute Stress is brought on by
a real or perceived immediate threat
to our physical, emotional, or
...
B) Chronic Stress
Researchers have now discovered that long-term
activation of stress can have a hazardous, even
lethal ef...
IV. Forms of Stress
A)Eustress
Positive Stress: It arises in any situation
or circumstance that the person finds
motivatin...
Some experts believe that stress may cause 50% of all disease
Scientific research has shown that stress:
is a leading caus...
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  1. 1. MANAGING STRESS
  2. 2. What is Stress?
  3. 3. What is Stress?
  4. 4. What is Stress?
  5. 5. What is Stress?
  6. 6. What is Stress?
  7. 7. What is Stress?
  8. 8. What is Stress?
  9. 9. What is Stress?
  10. 10. What is Stress?
  11. 11. I. What is Stress?
  12. 12. A) Stress is the body’s reaction to any internal or external demand.
  13. 13. B) The autonomic nervous system is controlled by the hypothalamus which is known as the “master gland”
  14. 14. s c) The hypothalamus receives the message of danger from the mind and delivers a message through the nervous system that connects, like a hard-wire neuron system, to every other system of the body
  15. 15. d) The hypothalamus also delivers a message to the endocrine system to initiate the secretion of hormones. The hormones, primarily adrenalin and cortisol, flood the bloodstream and travel throughout the body to deliver information to cells and systems that will aid in creating the ability to be more speedy and powerful.
  16. 16. e) Epinephrine and nonepinephrine are released in the blood stream that lead to immediate responses that help the person deal with danger either by fighting or running.(Fight or flight)
  17. 17. f) UCLA scientists found that the stress hormone cortisol suppresses immune cells ability to activate an enzyme that keeps immune cells young known as telomerase
  18. 18. g) Telomerase are the protective DNA complex at the end of the chromosome. The destruction of this DNA complex shortens life span and speeds the body’deterioration which makes the person grow old faster
  19. 19. II. What Can Cause Stress? A)Survival Stressors When the body is in a tense situation, the body reacts with a burst of energy called adrenaline. This reaction causes the body to react quicker to the problem and hopefully have a better chance of good outcome.
  20. 20. B)Individual or Internal Stressors 1) Family Problems
  21. 21. 2) Economic Problems
  22. 22. 3) Personality Type a) Type A personality:ambitious,rigidly organized, take on more than they can handle, “workaholics”
  23. 23. Symptoms: Free-floating hostility, impatience, irritability
  24. 24. b) Type B Personality Generally live in a lower stress level, work steadily, it is all right if they do not achieve, When faced with competition they do not mind losing
  25. 25. C) External Stress Stressors for Students are: a) New Environment
  26. 26. b) Overdemanding Classroom Environment
  27. 27. c) Athletic Requirments
  28. 28. d) Peer Relationships
  29. 29. e) tests
  30. 30. f) Parents Expectations
  31. 31. g) Failing Grades
  32. 32. h) Techno-stress
  33. 33. Techno-stress 1) When people cannot resist being online or being connected all the time and are always sharing constant updates. They feel they have to work faster because information flows faster. They habitually do multi-tasking and have very little time for sustained thinking and creative analysis.
  34. 34. 2) Symptoms of Techno-stress: Anxiety, mental and physical fatigue, depression, lack of sleep nightmares, panic, cancer due to too much exposure to radiation, moral deterioration
  35. 35. III. Types of Stress A) Acute Stress is brought on by a real or perceived immediate threat to our physical, emotional, or psychological well being
  36. 36. B) Chronic Stress Researchers have now discovered that long-term activation of stress can have a hazardous, even lethal effect on the body, increasing obesity, heart disease, depression, sleep disorders and anxiety.
  37. 37. IV. Forms of Stress A)Eustress Positive Stress: It arises in any situation or circumstance that the person finds motivating and exciting
  38. 38. Some experts believe that stress may cause 50% of all disease Scientific research has shown that stress: is a leading cause of both cancer and heart disease is a contributing factor in death lowers the immune system contributes to unhappiness
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