Stress Management, HR Presentation, Stress Tips
This presentation pptx will give you all the basic understandings of the stress from the origins called stressors to the expressions of stress on our body.
The first part will help you to understand the stress in order to see in the second part strategies and tips to help you manage stress in your daily business and private life!
[...] Personal Experience / Perception Reaction to stress is a unique personal experience, triggered by our unique perception Perception Factor Mysterious variable than can make “one man's poison, another man's pleasure” Reality is not made for us, but by us Source: “What is Stress” Web Site. http//www.teachhealth.com Half Emply ? Or Half Full Types of Stress Source: http//www.residentassistant.com EUSTRESS level of stress is high enough to motivate you to move into action to get things accomplished. DISTRESS level of stress is either too high or too low and your body and/or mind begin to respond negatively to the stressors. [...]
[...] HR Presentation « Stress Management » Agenda What is stress Types of stress Stages of Stress Stress origins & Body Systems “Game”/Test the stress level Strategies & Tips to Manage Stress a. “ABC” Strategy b. “Change your life style” Strategy c. Tips regarding Stress Management : Time Management/Humor/Diversion & Distraction What is Stress ? Definition “Stress is your mind and body's response or reaction to a real or imagined threat, event or change.” Source: “What is Stress” Web Site. [...]
[...] Resistance Digestive disorders, headaches, tension, insomnia, loss of temper or diseases, blood pressure or ulcers Exhaustion Stress origins & Body systems Symptoms of stress Low self-esteem high blood pressure low blood pressure burn out insomnia headaches dizziness Stomach pain irritability mood swings anxiety depression increase use of alcohol/cigarettes/drugs loss of focus at work job dissatisfaction Change in the work performance absenteeism conflicts in relationships Stressors Stressors are situations that are experienced as a perceived threat to one's wellbeing or position in life, when the challenge of dealing with which, exceeds the person's perceived available resources Managing stressors It is important to be able to minimize stressors in your life and deal with the stress that you do experience—what's known as stress management Interpreting your score Less than 150 points : relatively low stress level in relation to life events 150 - 300 points : borderline range Greater than 300 points : high stress in relation to life events Note: From Girdano, D.A., Everly, G. S., Jr., & Dusek, D. E. (1990). [...]
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