Stress Management
Things to be discussed
Definition
Types of Stress
General Adaption Syndrome
Stress Management
Conclusion
Definition
• Dr. Hans Selye defines
stress as “The rate of wear
and tear of human body”.
• In other words, Stress can
also...
Types of Stress
1. General Stress
2. Cumulative
Stress
3. Acute Traumatic
Stress
4. Post Traumatic
Stress
General Adaption Syndrome
 First Stage- Alarm
reaction.
 Second Stage- Stage
Of Adaption.
 Third Stage- Stage Of
Exhaus...
The ‘Fight or Flight’ Response
• When situations seem
threatening to us, our
bodies react quickly to
supply protection by
...
Stress Response
We notices certain
responses
 Physical Response
 Behavioral Response
 Emotional Response
 Mental Respo...
Stress Management
 Too many people look
for easy answers to
stress management by
misusing it such as :
Alcohol
Drugs
Mari...
Ways to Manage Stress is surely
“NOT” what we saw in the earlier
slides but are simple ways that we
all know but fail to p...
Suggestions For Reducing StressSuggestions For Reducing Stress
• Find a support system
• Change your Attitude
• Be realist...
Suggestions for Reducing Stress
• Take good care of
yourself
• Learn to say “No”
• Get a regular exercise
• Take up a hobb...
Thank you!.
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Stress management

  1. 1. Stress Management
  2. 2. Things to be discussed Definition Types of Stress General Adaption Syndrome Stress Management Conclusion
  3. 3. Definition • Dr. Hans Selye defines stress as “The rate of wear and tear of human body”. • In other words, Stress can also be defined as “ A state of psychological/ physiological imbalance resulting from the disparity between situation demand and individual ability”.
  4. 4. Types of Stress 1. General Stress 2. Cumulative Stress 3. Acute Traumatic Stress 4. Post Traumatic Stress
  5. 5. General Adaption Syndrome  First Stage- Alarm reaction.  Second Stage- Stage Of Adaption.  Third Stage- Stage Of Exhaustion.
  6. 6. The ‘Fight or Flight’ Response • When situations seem threatening to us, our bodies react quickly to supply protection by preparing to take action. This physiological reaction is known as the "fight or flight" response. – The physiological response to a stressor is known as reactivity – Physiological responses can accumulate and result in long-term wear on the body
  7. 7. Stress Response We notices certain responses  Physical Response  Behavioral Response  Emotional Response  Mental Response
  8. 8. Stress Management  Too many people look for easy answers to stress management by misusing it such as : Alcohol Drugs Marijuana Medicines/ Pills
  9. 9. Ways to Manage Stress is surely “NOT” what we saw in the earlier slides but are simple ways that we all know but fail to practice.
  10. 10. Suggestions For Reducing StressSuggestions For Reducing Stress • Find a support system • Change your Attitude • Be realistic • Get Organized and take charge • Take Breaks, Give yourself “Me time” • Learn to relax
  11. 11. Suggestions for Reducing Stress • Take good care of yourself • Learn to say “No” • Get a regular exercise • Take up a hobby • Slow down • Laugh
  12. 12. Thank you!.

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