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Slide 1 - Stress & Time Management
Slide 2 - Stress The body’s reaction to any stimulus requiring a person to adjust to a change Stressors - the stimuli to change, alter behavior, or adapt to a situation Events or situations (tests, projects) Internal forces (eg. injury) External forces (eg. New job, moving)
Slide 3 - Stressor causes body to go into alarm mode The “fight or flight” mode Involves sympathetic nervous system Provides body with a burst of energy to respond to stressor Adrenaline released into blood stream Dilates blood vessels to heart and brain to increase blood circulation to that area Constricts blood vessels to skin, and other internal organs Pupils dilate to improve vision
Slide 4 - Stress (cont.) After adapting to change, the parasympathetic nervous system causes body to return to normal Can result in fatigue or exhaustion Continual stress causes constant “up and down” nervous system reactions Can lead to serious illness or disease Eg. hypertension, migraines, asthma, insomnia
Slide 5 - Everyone experiences some type of stress on a daily basis Not all stress is harmful Small amount of stress is essential Makes individual more alert Raises energy level Allows for quick judgments and decisions Motivated to accomplish tasks and achieve goals
Slide 6 - If stress causes positive feelings - excitement, anticipation, self-confidence – it is helpful If stress causes negative feelings – boredom, frustration, anger – it is harmful Learning to control stress is important
Slide 7 - Controlling Stress Identify the stressor What caused these symptoms? How do you handle the stress? Problem-solving method List possible solutions Eliminate or adapt to the stressor Make a plan and act on it Evaluate the results, change if necessary
Slide 8 - Gaining control – 4 step plan STOP - immediately stop what you are doing to break out of the stress response BREATHE - take slow deep breaths to relieve the physical tension REFLECT – think about the problem and cause of the stress CHOOSE – determine how to deal with the stress
Slide 9 - Stress-Reducing Techniques Live a healthy life Eat well balanced meals Get enough sleep Exercise on a regular basis Do something relaxing Find an enjoyable leisure activity Avoid too many commitments Learn to say “No”
Slide 10 - Time Management To help prevent stress, use time management Use time in an effective and productive way Helps reduce stress by putting individual in charge
Slide 11 - Effective Time-Management Plan Analyze and prioritize Identify habits and preferences Schedule tasks Make a daily “to do” list Plan your work Avoid distractions Take credit for a job well done
Slide 12 - Class Activity Procrastination Complete the activity sheet Will explain when done
Slide 13 - Are you a Procrastinator? If your score is above 35, you are inclined to procrastinate. Procrastinators don’t have to feel hopeless about their problem. The following steps can help the procrastinator:
Slide 14 - Pay attention to what you’re thinking and feeling as you approach something you want to avoid. Choose attainable goals. They should be concrete, not just a desire to feel differently about something. Set a deadline for accomplishing each goal. If you make it, reward yourself!