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  1. 1. SUBMITTED BY: RASHNEEL DHILLON BSI5BCM018 BCOM 2nd SEM UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF: DR. KAJAL CHAUDHARY
  2. 2. Contents • Stress • Types of Stress • Stressors • Major causes of Stress • Short and Long Term Physical Stress Symptoms • Is all Stress bad? • Positive and Negative Effects of Stress • Healthy Living to Conquer Stress • How can you Cope with Stress ? • Major Causes of Stress of University Students • Conclusion
  3. 3. STRESS Stress is an adaptive response to an external situation that results in physical, psychological or behavioral deviation for organizational participation.
  4. 4. Components of Stress 1. Eustress: Good stress  Getting into college  Getting engaged  Winning the lottery 2. Distress: Stress from Bad sources  Difficult work environment  Overwhelming sights and sounds  Threat of personal injury
  5. 5. 1. General Stress 2. Cumulative Stress 3. Acute Traumatic Stress 4. Post Traumatic Stress Types of Stress
  6. 6. Four Types of Stress 1. General Stress: - everyone has this kind of stress - it resolves itself within a day or two - no intervention is necessarily required 2. Cumulative Stress: - stress builds up in your body - it becomes more difficult to alleviate your symptoms - you may have more serious physical symptoms - you may have more serious mental anguish
  7. 7. Cont… 3. Acute Traumatic Stress: - critical Incident Stress - Produces considerable psychological distress - A normal reaction to abnormal events 4. Post Traumatic Stress: - severe stress produced by severe psychological trauma - Created by unresolved Critical Incident Stress - Produces lasting changes
  8. 8. Stressors • School • Work / Job • Family • Relationships • Legal • Finances • Health/Illness • Environment • Living Situation
  9. 9. Short Term Physical Stress Symptoms • Dry mouth • Cool skin • Cold hands and feet • Increased sweating • Rapid breathing • Faster heart rate • Tense muscles • Feelings of nausea • Diarrhea • A desire to urinate
  10. 10. Long Term Physical Stress Symptoms • Insomnia • Change in Appetite • Sexual disorders • Arches and pains • Frequent colds • Feelings of intense and long-term tiredness • Prone to illness
  11. 11. Is all Stress bad? • Moderate levels of stress may actually improve performance and efficiency. • Little stress may result in boredom. • Much stress may cause an unproductive anxiety level.
  12. 12. Positive Effects of Stress
  13. 13. Negative Effects of Stress
  14. 14. Healthy Living to Conquer Stress  Examine your diet ▫ Lower your salt ▫ Lower your intake of refined sugars and carbohydrates ▫ Lower your caffeine intake  Add to your diet ▫ Vegetables ▫ Fruits ▫ Complex Carbohydrates ▫ Vitamins ▫ Water
  15. 15. • Exercise at least twenty minutes, five times a week • Ask for help • Do meditation • Talk things out with someone you trust • Make an increased effort to organize your life Most important things
  16. 16. Cont… • Learn to manage your anger • Rethink the situation and learn to be more flexible. • Keep your sense of humor!! Do things with fun. • Get a minimum of six hours of continuous sleep. • Most important is RELAXING and needs to be the part of our daily routine.
  17. 17. Other Helpful tips • Changing perceptions and expectations • Break jobs/tasks into manageable parts • Don’t compromise your values/beliefs • Set reasonable/realistic goals • Avoid procrastination • Set boundaries • Schedule “me” time
  18. 18. Major Causes of Stress • Being fired • Being Promoted or Demoted • Moving/Relocation • Marriage/Divorce • Pregnancy • Death of family member or friends These are just examples of major life changes that can have a serious impact on our lives and cause our bodies to react with stress. Often times, the most common and stressful things happen on a daily basis.
  19. 19. How can you Cope with Stress? • Time Management • Schedule • Take good care of yourself • Stop negative thoughts • Speak up • Ask for help • Do something you enjoy • Keep a journal • Focus on the present • Laugh it up !
  20. 20. Major Causes of Stress for University Students • Adjustments to your daily routine • Sleeping and eating habits • Time-management due to additional academic work loads, finding the balance of studying, free time and deadlines. • Missing your social support network of high school friends and family. • Learning new navigations such as getting around campus, living on your own, choosing your classes, choosing new friends, choosing your life’s direction and career path for your future.
  21. 21. On Campus Contacts • There are times you might need external help in dealing with your stress. • Good friend circle and teachers support can help one to handle with stress. • If it becomes too much to handle reach out . The university offers several resources to help: ▫ Student Welfare Center ▫ Department Heads ▫ Health Counselors ▫ Upper Classman Associations
  22. 22. Conclusion • Moderate levels of stress may actually improve performance and efficiency. • Don’t keep thinking back to your mistakes and reliving the negative things that happened. • Get a minimum of six hours of continuous sleep • Focus on the positives and the future that you can still impact. • Laughter really can be the best medicine !

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