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  • Dr (Mrs) C Divyah Manogari ()

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    What is Stress?

    Stress is the wear and tear our bodies experience as we adjust to our continually changing environment; it has physical and emotional effects on us and can create positive or negative influence on us. As a positive influence, stress can help compel us to action. As a negative influence, it can result in feelings of distrust, rejection, anger, and depression, which in turn can lead to health problems such as headaches, upset stomach, rashes, insomnia, ulcers, high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. With the death of a loved one, the birth of a child, a job promotion, or a new relationship, we experience stress as we readjust our lives. In so adjusting to different circumstances, stress will help or hinder us depending on how we react to it.

    How can I Eliminate Stress from My Life?

    As we have seen , positive stress adds anticipation and excitement to life, and we all thrive under a certain amount of stress. Deadlines, competitions, confrontations, and even our frustrations and sorrows and depth and enrichment to our lives. Our goal is not to eliminate stress but to learn how to manage it and how to use it to help us. Insufficient stress acts as a depresent and may leave us feeling bored or dejected; on the other hand, excessive stress may leave us feeling tied up in knots. What we need to do is find the optimal level of stress, which will individually motivate but not overwhelm each of us.

    How Can I Tell What is Optimal Stress for Me?

    There is no single level of stress that is optimal for all people . we are all individual creatures with unique requirements. As such, what is for distressing to one may be joy to another. And even when we aggree that a particular event is distressing, we are likely to differ in our physiological and psychological responses to it.

    The person who loves to arbitrate disputes and moves from job site to job site would be stressed in a job which was stable and routine, whereas the person who thrives under stable conditions would very likely be stressed on a job where duties were highly varied. Also , our personal stress requirements and the amount we can tolerate before we become distressed changes with our ages. It has been found that most illness is related to unrelieved stress. If you are experiencing stress symptoms , you have gone beyond your optimal stress level; you need to reduce the stress in your life and / or improve your ability to manage it.

    How can I Manage Stress Better?

    Identifying unreliveres stress and being aware of its effect on our is not sufficient for reducing its harmful effects. Just as there are many sources of stress, there are many possibilities for its management. However , all source of stress and/or changing your reaction to it.