What Is STRESS?
October 20, 2017
Stress is defined as “a state of psychological and physiological imbalance resulting from the disparity between situational demand and the individual’s ability and motivation to meet those needs.”
Stress can be positive or negative:
- Stress is good when the situation offers an opportunity to a person to gain something. It acts as a motivator for peak performance.
- Stress is negative when a person faces social, physical, organizational and emotional problems.
What causes Stress?
Stressors are the situation and pressure that causes stress. Here are five of common stressors.
Certain major changes in a patient’s life can cause large amount of stress. Positive life changes, such as a pregnancy, and negative life changes, such as the death of a loved one, can result in stress.
The death of a spouse is the most stressful life event based on a survey , and the death of a close relative is the fifth. While a positive event for many people, retirement is considered the tenth most stressful event.
Even outside of a recession, financial worries can affect us all and lead to unnecessary stress which can be a burden to yourself and those close to you.
Loans, ever-increasing bills, the ability to pay off credit cards, being able to live comfortably and retire when we wish all contribute to a sense of financial insecurity.
A person’s job can be a source of stress, especially because of the amount of time spent there each week. And an overwhelming worload or a difficult boss can increase the level of stress.
Fears over your own or a family’s health and well-being is a common cause of stress. The experience of an illness, and the loss of control over events, can lead to persistent worry about both the current and possible future situations.
Stress also can be caused by a person’s inner thinking. For example, unrealistic expectations and perfectionism can make events in which a person did not realize his ideals even more stressful. Pessimism and negative self-talk also can cause stress.
How to manage Stress?
The best way to manage your stress is to learn how to cope up with your problems. Here are five tips to help cope up with your stress.
Take a break from the stressor.
Set aside the things that makes you stressed for a moment, it may seem difficult but if you give yourself a permission to step away from it, you let yourself have time to do something else, which can help you have a new perspective or practice techniques to feel less overwhelmed.
Exercise benefits your mind just as well as your body. A 20-minute walk, run, swim or dance session in the midst of a stressful time can give an immediate effect that can last for several hours.
Smile and laugh.
Our brains are interconnected with our emotions and facial expressions. So, even when you’re stressed you have to remember to give out a smile or laugh.
Get social support.
Talk to a friend and share your worries.
Meditation and mindful prayer help the mind and body to relax and focus.
Now, forget about stress and RELAX.
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