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Slide 1 - Stress Management
Slide 2 - Stress is defined as a physical, mental or emotional response to events which cause mental or physical tension. Stress is a part of every one’s life. But it should not be greater than an individual’s capacity to handle stress. In such a case, it will cause mental and physical imbalance in the person. Stress should work as a productive power and not as a restriction which can cause physical and mental imbalance. Introduction
Slide 3 - Types of Stress Physical This happens when the body suffers due to stressful situation. Symptoms of physical stress are Headaches Tension in the neck, forehead and shoulder muscles Long periods of stress can lead to Digestive problems Ulcers Insomnia (lack of sleep) Fatigue (tiredness ) High blood pressure Nervousness Heart problems
Slide 4 - 2) Emotional These happens when stress affects the mind. Symptoms of emotional stress are Anxiety Anger Depression Frustration Over reaction to problems Memory loss etc. Anxiety is response to loss, failure, or fear of the unknown. Anger is response to frustration or social stress. Depression is the response to upsetting events like death of a loved one, illness or failure.
Slide 5 - 3) Psychological Stress for a long period of time may cause psychological problems in some individuals. Symptoms of psychological stress are Social isolation Phobias Compulsive behavior Eating disorders Night terrors
Slide 6 - Consequences of Stress Stress shows itself in three ways: Physiological symptoms Psychological symptoms Behavioral symptoms
Slide 7 - Physiological Symptoms Earlier stress was mainly considered as physiological symptom because specialists in the health and medical sciences did research on the topic. But the physiological symptoms of stress have very little importance to students of Organizational Behavior.
Slide 8 - Psychological Symptoms Job related stress can cause job related dissatisfaction. Job dissatisfaction is the “simplest and most obvious psychological effect” of stress The less control people have on their speed of work, the more the stress and dissatisfaction.
Slide 9 - Behavioral Symptoms Stress symptoms related to behavior are: Changes in productivity Absence Turnover Changes in eating habits Increased smoking or use of alcohol Sleep disorders Restlessness
Slide 10 - Stress provides direction, motivation, and excitement to individuals to push themselves more towards achieving their goals. Managing stress should be given importance rather than remove it. The aim is to find the suitable level of stress that can be handled effectively. The level of stress should be such that it motivates the person and not troubles him. Stress Management formation
Slide 11 - How Can Manage Stress Better? Figure out where the stress is coming from. Consider what you can control - and work on that. Do what you love. Pick off the negotiables from your plate. Realize there’s a difference between worrying and caring. Create a toolbox of techniques. Are you leaving yourself extra vulnerable to stress? Preserve good boundaries. Manage your time well. Embrace mistakes - or at least don’t drown in perfectionism.
Slide 12 - THANK YOU Have a great day !!