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Stress management ppt

  1. 1. Stress Management PRESENTED BY BABASAB PATIL
  2. 2. Stress in students  Stress: The human reaction to events in our environment  Han Selye defines stress as wear and tear on the body
  3. 3. STRESS!!!  Eustress: Good Stress  Getting into college  Getting engaged  Winning the lottery
  4. 4. STRESS !!!  Distress: Stress from bad sources  Difficult work environment  Overwhelming sights and sounds  Threat of personal injury
  5. 5. FOUR TYPES OF STRESS 1. General Stress:  Everyone has this kind of stress  It resolves itself within a day or two  No intervention is necessarily required
  6. 6. FOUR TYPES OF STRESS 2. Cumulative Stress:  Stress builds up in your body  It becomes more difficult to alleviate your symptoms  You may have more serious physical symptoms  You may have more serious mental anguish
  7. 7. FOUR TYPES OF STRESS 3. Acute Traumatic Stress:  Critical Incident Stress  Produces considerable psychological distress  A normal reaction to abnormal events
  8. 8. FOUR TYPES OF STRESS 4. Post Traumatic Stress:  Severe stress produced by severe psychological trauma  Created by unresolved Critical Incident Stress  Produces lasting changes
  9. 9. General Adaptation Syndrome Stage I - Alarm Reaction  The “fight or flight” response which causes you to be ready for physical activity  However, it decreases the effectiveness of the immune system which makes you more susceptible to illness
  10. 10. General Adaptation Syndrome Stage II – Stage of adaptation  If stress continues, the body adapts to the stressors it is being exposed to  If the stressor is starvation, the person experiences a reduced desire for physical activity to conserve energy, and the absorption of nutrients from any food intake is maximized
  11. 11. General Adaptation Syndrome Stage III – Stage of Exhaustion  Stress persists for a long time  The body’s resistance may be reduced or collapse quickly  People who experience long-term stress may have heart attacks, severe infections, or chronic pain or illness
  12. 12. Short Term Physical Stress Symptoms  Dry mouth  Cool skin  Cold hands and feet  Increased sweating  Rapid breathing  Faster heart rate  Tense muscles  Feelings of nausea  Butterflies in your stomach  Diarrhea  A desire to urinate
  13. 13. Long Term Physical Stress Symptoms  Insomnia  Change in Appetite  Sexual disorders  Aches and pains  Frequent colds  Feelings of intense and long-term tiredness  Prone to illness
  14. 14. BEHAVIORAL STRESS SYMPTOMS Yawning  Over reacting Talking too fast  Emotional Talking too loud  Defensive Fiddling  Irritable Twitching  Irrational Nail biting  Defensive Grinding teeth  Hostile Drumming fingers  Critical Pacing  Aggressive
  15. 15. BEHAVIOR STRESS SYMPTOMS These symptoms will have a negative affect on your performance  By reducing your effectiveness  Making you accident prone  Causing you to be forgetful  Causing you to be very negative  You may neglect your appearance  You may make poor judgments  Causing you to make more mistakes  Increasing your absenteeism
  16. 16. PERFORMANCE STRESS SYMPTOMS You may not make good decisions Your fine motor skills are affected You may no longer enjoy your work Your attention span may be affected You may have more negative thoughts Your self confidence will suffer You may have difficulty concentrating All of your positive energy is consumed
  17. 17. HEALTHY LIVING TO CONQUER STRESS Examine your diet  Add to your diet  Lower your salt  Vegetables intake  Fruits  Lower your intake of  Complex refined sugars and Carbohydrates carbohydrates  Vitamins  Lower your caffeine  Water intake
  18. 18. HEALTHY LIVING  Rest:  Get a minimum of six hours of continuous rest
  19. 19. HEALTHY LIVING  Exercise:  At least twenty minutes, five times a week  break a sweat, to release endorphins
  20. 20. HEALTHY LIVING  Talk things out with someone you trust - a family member or a good friend
  21. 21. HEALTHY LIVING  Make an increased effort to organize your life  Ask for help  Delegate things when you need to
  22. 22. HEALTHY LIVING  Learn to manage your anger  Anger affects your health  Anger causes you to over react to many situations
  23. 23. HEALTY LIVING  We get angry often because someone did not do what we thought they should  Rethink the situation and learn to be more flexible
  24. 24. HEALTHY LIVING  Fill your life with fun things to do!!!!  Keep your sense of humor!!!!  We call it : PLAY THERAPY
  25. 25. HEALTHY LIVING  Take charge of your life.  Act appropriately -don’t simply react to stressful situations  Find balance in all that you do.
  26. 26. HEALTHY LIVING  Too many people look for an easy answer to stress management by misusing  Alcohol  Drugs  Marijuana  Medicines & Pills
  27. 27. HEALTHY LIVING  We all need a lengthy list of things that will help us relax…..  I love horse back riding.
  28. 28. HEALTHY LIVING  Relaxing needs to be part of your daily routine.
  29. 29. HEALTHY LIVING  RELAAAAAAX
  30. 30. HEALTHY LIVING  RELAAAAAAX
  31. 31. HEALTHY LIVING  RELAAAAAAX
  32. 32. STRESS MANAGEMENT COUNSELING CENTER Campus Center 225 Phone 386-7122 Web Site at www.canton.edu
  33. 33. STRESS MANAGEMENT  Questions?????

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