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Stress management

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  3. 3. Stress Management Training• Stress Management Training Courses• Improves Work Efficiency,• Interpersonal Relations, &• Brings about other Positive Results in due course of time . For circulation to Trainees only
  4. 4. A Mans Got to Know His LimitationsKnowing yourself and your limits maybe the most important way tomanage stress effectively. For circulation to Trainees only
  5. 5. Make the new year happy • Now is the time to start thinking about what you would like your life to be like, • you could just change a few things—or • even just one! For circulation to Trainees only
  6. 6. S TRE S S MA NA G E ME NTWHAT IS Symptoms of CAUSES OF MANAGEMENTSTRESS Stress STRESS OF STRESS For circulation to Trainees only
  7. 7. Stress & MindFor circulation to Trainees only
  8. 8. Definition of stress• There has been No definition of stress that everyone accepts.• Therefore, its difficult to MEASURES stress .• People have very different ideas with respect to their definition of stress . BUSY TO EASY LIFE BY STRESS MANAGEMENT For circulation to Trainees only
  9. 9. STRESS-1 YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR STRESS BACAUSE3 STRESS CAN BE GENERATED IN YOUR MIND BY YOURS SELF ONLY.2 NOBODY CAN GENERATED STRESS IN YOUR MIND. For circulation to Trainees only
  10. 10. STRESS-2 1 YOU CAN ONLY CONTROL YOUR STRESS GENERATED BY YOU , 2 BACAUSE NOBODY CAN HELP YOU TO CONTROL YOUR STRESS.• Find out what is causing stress in your life.• Look for ways to reduce the amount of stress in your life.• Learn healthy ways to relieve stress or reduce its harmful effects. For circulation to Trainees only
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  12. 12. Stress effectFor circulation to Trainees only
  13. 13. Organizanal stressFor circulation to Trainees only
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  15. 15. What Is Stress 1Stress is defined as the force, pressure or strain exerted upon a material,object or a person, which resists these forces and to maintain its originalstateSOCIAL .RELIGIOUS. ORGANIZATIONAL .PERSONNEL. , Major life events ,PHY.ENVIREMENT. For circulation to Trainees only
  16. 16. Stress Pressure > Mind resists power Cannot livethe stress becomes too great, affecting our physical or mentalfunctioning, that it becomes a problem. For circulation to Trainees only
  17. 17. WHAT IS OUR NATURE“By nature we are friendly, cooperative,compassionate. If we are unfriendly, it isbecause of stress and tension” - For circulation to Trainees only
  18. 18. HOW IS STRESS CAUSED?-Contd• In this busy life, increasing pressure to achieve more in short time span . For circulation to Trainees only
  19. 19. Symptoms of Stress-21. Physical 2 Mental 3 Emotional 4 Behavioral SYMPTIONS HIGH STRESS STRESS TIME For circulation to Trainees only
  20. 20. Physical• Mentally tiers, headache, Mentaly Absentness muscle pain / especially neck, shoulders and low back, heart trble, chest pains, abdominal pain, cold,, and frequent colds. For circulation to Trainees only
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  22. 22. MAJOR EFFECTS OF STRESS For circulation to Trainees only
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  24. 24. Mental• Decrease in concentration and memory, indecisiveness, mind racing or going blank, confusion, loss of sense of humor. For circulation to Trainees only
  25. 25. fears of specific types of animals For circulation to Trainees only
  26. 26. Emotional• Anxiety, nervousness, depression, anger, worry, fear, irritability, short temper. For circulation to Trainees only
  27. 27. EmotionalFor circulation to Trainees only
  28. 28. Behavioral• Nervous habits (nail-biting, foot- tapping), increased eating, smoking, drinking, crying, yelling , bagasu and even throwing things or hitting FEAR For circulation to Trainees only
  29. 29. Behavioral fearFor circulation to Trainees only
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  31. 31. What Are the Causes of Stress? -3• There are two kinds of stress• External• Internal. For circulation to Trainees only
  32. 32. External stressors• Physical environment• Social• Organizational• Major life events• Daily hassles• Religious For circulation to Trainees only
  33. 33. Causes of Stress Physical environment: Increased Urbanization, Noise, Bright lights, Heat,congested spaces. Social: Rudeness, Bossiness or Aggressiveness on the part of someone else, seclusion from society. Organizational: Rules, Regulations, Major life events: Death of a relative, Loss of job. Daily hassles: Neighborhood problems, misplacing keys, mechanical breakdowns of equipment etc. Religous For circulation to Trainees only
  34. 34. Internal stressors• Lifestyle choices• Negative self-talk: For circulation to Trainees only
  35. 35. Lifestyle choices• Habits of such as Tea, coffee, Tobacco, Paan, not enough sleep, Overloaded schedule. For circulation to Trainees only
  36. 36. • Stop smoking For circulation to Trainees only
  37. 37. Smoking effect on skinExperts agree that giving up cigarettes is verydifficult. But if youre telling yourself its impossible, think again. It is posible For circulation to Trainees only
  38. 38. Tobaco effect on body For circulation to Trainees only
  39. 39. Drinking effectFor circulation to Trainees only
  40. 40. Negative self-talk:• Pessimistic thinking,• Self-criticism,• Over-analyzing For circulation to Trainees only
  41. 41. Mind traps:• Unrealistic expectations,• Taking things personally,• All-or-nothing thinking,• Rigid thinking. For circulation to Trainees only
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  43. 43. STRESS MANAGEMENT• The simple realization that you’re in control of your life is the foundation of stress management.• Managing stress is all about taking charge:• taking charge of your thoughts,• your emotions,• your schedule,• your environment,• and the way you deal with problems. For circulation to Trainees only
  44. 44. STRESS MANAGEMENT• Find the stressors in your life, learn to cope with them. Imagine a stress-free life, create it; think positive thoughts, be happy-that is the art of managing stress For circulation to Trainees only
  45. 45. Change lifestyle habits Decrease• coffee,• tea,• colas,• Chocolate.• PAN MASALA For circulation to Trainees only
  46. 46. Black tea• Research suggests black tea can help you recover from stressful events more quickly For circulation to Trainees only
  47. 47. • Drink Water Often . Drink Water Often For circulation to Trainees only
  48. 48. • You’ve probably heard this quite often, but it’s really true:• Drinking water is perhaps the easiest and best way to lose weight fast and also stress reduce. For circulation to Trainees only
  49. 49. Change lifestyle habits• Decrease consumption of junk food For circulation to Trainees only
  50. 50. • Oranges & other fruits make the list for their wealth of vitamin C.• In one study done in people with• high blood pressure, DIABEATS• and Lipid cortical levels returned to normal more quickly when people took vitamin C. For circulation to Trainees only
  51. 51. Be Sure You Get Enough Sunlight For circulation to Trainees only
  52. 52. Explore Your CreativityFor circulation to Trainees only
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  54. 54. Change lifestyle habitsEat slowly. For circulation to Trainees only
  55. 55. Change lifestyle habits• Regular exercise (at least 30 minutes, hree times per week For circulation to Trainees only
  56. 56. • Aerobic exercise increases oxygen• circulation, make you feel happy. For circulation to Trainees only
  57. 57. Change lifestyle habits1. Adequate sleep .• Getting enough sleep helps keep your body and mind in top shape, making you better equipped to deal with any negative stressors For circulation to Trainees only
  58. 58. Change lifestyle habits• MeditationThe relaxation response: bringing your nervous systemback into balance For circulation to Trainees only
  59. 59. Change your thinking1. Avoid isolation For circulation to Trainees only
  60. 60. • LEARN TO STAY ALERT For circulation to Trainees only
  61. 61. • TAKE RISK For circulation to Trainees only
  62. 62. Change stressful situations• Time management. Learn better ways to manage your time. You may get more done with less stress if you make a schedule. Think about which things are most important, and do those first. For circulation to Trainees only
  63. 63. • Money management• I only spend money on what is essential• Money helps me do great and wonderful things For circulation to Trainees only
  64. 64. • Problem-solving. For circulation to Trainees only
  65. 65. • Refute negative thoughts. For circulation to Trainees only
  66. 66. • See problems as opportunities For circulation to Trainees only
  67. 67. Learn to relaxRELAAAAAAXIts your bodys opposite of stress,and it creates a sense of well-beingand calm. For circulation to Trainees only
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  69. 69. Change your thinking• Update your knowledge For circulation to Trainees only
  70. 70. Stress ManagementLOOK AROUND. See if there really is something you can change or control in the situation For circulation to Trainees only
  71. 71. Stress Management StrategyAvoid unnecessary stress Learn how to say “No”– Know your limits and stick to them. Avoid people who stress you out. Take control of your environment. For circulation to Trainees only
  72. 72. Stress Management• Set realistic goals for yourself Maintain Social Support For circulation to Trainees only
  73. 73. Stress Management• Remove yourself from the stressful situation .Give yourself a break if only for a few moments daily For circulation to Trainees only
  74. 74. Stress Management• Alcohol and drugs can mask stress. They dont help deal with the problems For circulation to Trainees only
  75. 75. Stress Management• Do something for others to help get your mind off your self• FIND HOBBIES For circulation to Trainees only
  76. 76. Don’t try to control the uncontrollable• Many things in life are beyond our control— particularly the behavior of other people. Rather than stressing out over them, focus on the things you can control such as the way you choose to react to problems. For circulation to Trainees only
  77. 77. Learn to forgive. Accept the fact that that people make mistakes. Learn to forgive For circulation to Trainees only
  78. 78. Watch others• Observing how others deal with stress can give you valuable insight.• Ask for help. People who have a strong network of family and friends manage stress better. For circulation to Trainees only
  79. 79. Avoid hot-button topicsIf you get upset over religion or politics, cross them off yourconversation list. If you repeatedly argue about the samesubject with the same people, stop bringing it up or excuseyourself when it’s the topic of discussion. For circulation to Trainees only
  80. 80. Healthy ways to relax and recharge• LISTEN MUSIC For circulation to Trainees only
  81. 81. Play with a pet.For circulation to Trainees only
  82. 82. • Take a long bath. For circulation to Trainees only
  83. 83. Laugh and smile more often Remember you can only change yourself For circulation to Trainees only
  84. 84. • Silence your phone at night For circulation to Trainees only
  85. 85. 1 Dont stress when expectations are not met2 Manage your anger3 Push away negativity of any kind4 Choose to keep quiet when you feel a negative reaction For circulation to Trainees only
  86. 86. • Work in your garden For circulation to Trainees only
  87. 87. Fill mind with Positive thinking For circulation to Trainees only
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  89. 89. social• social situations that is extremely intrusive and can have debilitating effects on personal and professional relationships. Examples include fears of public speaking, meeting new people, and other social situations. For circulation to Trainees only
  90. 90. fears of specific types of animals For circulation to Trainees only
  91. 91. Solve the little problems• Learning to solve everyday problems can give you a sense of control. But avoiding them can leave you feeling like you have little control and that just adds to stress. For circulation to Trainees only
  92. 92. Be realistic• Dont try to be perfect — no one is. And expecting others to be perfect can add to your stress level, too (not to mention put a lot of pressure on them!). If you need help on something, like schoolwork, ask for it. For circulation to Trainees only
  93. 93. Watch what youre thinking• Your outlook, attitude, and thoughts influence the way you see things For circulation to Trainees only
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