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V Stress is usually defined as pressure, strain or an

external event that imposes a heavy demand on


you( either mentally or physically)

V It can also be defined as the bodyǯs reaction to a


change which may require some sort of
adjustment or response
V ny Factor/Event causing stress is known as
stressor

V n Individualǯs response to a stressor depends


upon his/her personality, perception and past
experiences.
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V Stress which provides motivation and awareness
to cope with challenging situations/opportunities

V Short term positive stress experienced when


enthusiasm, motivation and creativity are
needed.
V megative stress which creates an unpleasant
feeling.

V cute stress:- short term negative stress.

V Chronic stress:- long term negative stress.


V =ccurs when a person feels bored, uninspired or
unchallenged in his/her work.

V n individual performing repetitive work may


experience this sort of stress.
V Stress experienced by a person who is
overworked.

V Even minor arguments in this case may result in


strong emotional responses
 
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V Worrying about what everyone else is thinking
V Worrying, no matter what itǯs about, uses up a lot
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V Stress can also have a positive effect, spurring
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V Eustress or positive stress occurs when your level


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