"In all parts of the world, occupational mental disorders affecting all sectors and industries have increased. In Australia, the cost of wage demands for stressful mental disorders is estimated at 200 million USD each year. Europe where the most common health problems are most commonly reported are musculoskeletal systems , depression and inflammatory diseases. "The main cause of mental illness related to work recorded in the NPO is a mental burden."
IN AUSTRALIA APRIL 2006
According to the above government questions, stress was expensive in 2006. It is true today that the total cost Because of stressful health problems and their economic consequences are estimated in billions, there is even a new word for a drastic increase in stress related deaths: Karoshi. Because our health is our greatest asset – how do we do it?
When stress is defined as if the impact on stressful effects on our system, stress design is the development of short-term and long-term plans to reduce stress and improve our capabilities and resistance to stress.
Short-term plans include reducing exercise, such as using humor, reframing, massage, bathing, sauna or breathing techniques like this:
Take a deep breath into your stomach. – Take a break. – Breathe from you. –
There may be an incentive to intervene. Allow it. Release and rely on flow. –
Long-term programs include periodic stressful activities, such as physical activity, meditation and yoga (eg Tony Horton's Yoga X or P90X) and have fun, as well as improving communication, transport and problematic skills.
And why not just take time to sit under a tree, stand by water, by the sea or in the open field – and listen to silence?
It has been said that "man's problem stems from his inability to be alone in silence." And "In silence lies strength." (Joachim-Ernst Berendt)
Stress in itself is not necessarily negative. In terms of developmental development, it is the power that has caused animals and humans to develop more adaptability to changing environments, warning them by fighting or flying & # 39; response and associated stress hormone release & # 39; adrenaline to respond better to their environment and increase awareness such as Heterozygote Sichel Cell Anemia – Malaria Immunization in areas where this infection is high.
Any amount and form of stress like exercise and mental challenge is actually healthy. Health professor Hans Selye, published in 1975, discovered eustress and distress, which defines the need for prolonged, excessive stress that an individual can not adapt to and reacts negatively to anxiety, withdrawal and depression, but eustress is physically or mentally ill activity with strength training or challenging work.
So while too much and chronic stress is harmful, interesting enough, it seems too little stress also be harmful to human systems. Experiments with rats have shown that those who provided a certain amount of stimulus and a challenge to gathering evaluation actually showed more self-healing ability than tumors than those that were not. Accordingly, the risk of activity is not entirely advisable for cancer patients. It seems to be a common thread: it's all about balance.
Even physiologically speaking, a healthy human system system is in balance. The central term here is homework – a theoretical point of stationary balance – to the system that responds to stress constraints that prevent the balance to compensate. Another approach is to define the balance as a flow balance: liquids, gases and solids enter the body, are processed and leave the body. Regardless of what approach one takes: When the human system is balanced, it's very resilient in stress stresses and even invasive microbes and viruses from the outside, which shows amazing if not the miracle of self-healing ability.
It's when our system is out of balance that it loses its efficiency. When mental and emotional flow passes over our ability for a long time, the adrenaline in stress hormone levels can not properly metabolize the cortisol that has glycemic adrenal glands will make you tired – even if adrenaline is yours. Vitamin C and DHEA can help control cortisol levels – but these are just a symptom approach.
The point is that stress is accumulated: the levels rise like a vapor pressure in a pressure gauge – and when we get too much we ask & # 39; – with anger or depression (anger turns in) as a safety lock – or with & # 39; blow – with burning or failure of the system.
In terms of psychology you can call the healthy balance of equilibrium: the balance between our thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
Thinking about challenges as a challenge helps us deal with emotionally and respond to solving the problem. Using our body with physical activity clears our thoughts and helps us feel better. To cure emotionally helps us to think and act better.
When stress symptoms are serious, consult a physician and psychologist with stress relief. Here are some things you can do every day to reduce stress levels and maintain a healthy balance:
As an employer, you need to think about how to create a positive, cohesive working environment that provides positive motivation, feedback and challenge rather than negative pressure and overruns.
As an employee (and as an employer), you need to keep in mind work and balance.
A lot of stress aroused from a sense of insufficient resources for the necessary tasks and expectations, the feeling of being stuck & # 39; without going out. Be aware that you are in your post of your choice. You can choose differently.
Identify your situation: Is I in a proper position? How can I make a positive contribution according to my talent, my talent and what I enjoy doing? How can I change my projects in a positive challenge and enjoy hosting valuable services?
Be organized! Structure and prioritize your study data – like the outline of a book, with subheadings that represent the relevant information. That's how the brain works.
Test anxiety: You are visual unwanted passing – failure – giving you that option. Why not visualize the desired outcome – be in flow and do well?
Hugging to late before the test is treated as brain capacity and memory is reduced by sleep deprivation. Get at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep!
Anger is stress. And causes rifts. "Do not let the sun put your anger." – Solve your conflict through violent communication as Marshall Rosenberg suggested:
1. Observation – What am I? – Specific behavior ("When you enter my room without pushing.")
2. Emotion – How does it feel? – ("I am very angry and injured.")
3. Needs – What special needs are not met? ("My need for personal space is not met and I do not feel appreciated and respected.")
4. Request – what do I ask? – Special requests ("Next time please wait.")
Negotiations are found and approved by which both parties are satisfied.
Success: Seek first to understand, then to understand. "What are your needs and how can I help you meet them?"
Make fun things together. Create positive memories.
Look at and step on your fear. What is the worst possible departure? Then think about how to avoid it. Eg "I can lose everything!" "So what? Come over it! I could just start over." Basics – Food and shelter – can they be met? Everything else is a bonus. " When you face & nbsp; awesome unknown & # 39; – like kidding violence – it loses its energy and you can keep thinking and create more desirable expansion.
Focus on the solution: What needs to be done to reduce and pay off your debts? Reduce your costs? Sell content? Consult a counselor if necessary. Rely on your ability to overcome your challenges. Trust the universe to meet your needs as it has so far.
Personal Health and Wellbeing
"Watch the geese that lay the golden eggs." In this case: You!
Methods: Eat well. (Less meat and fat, less sugar, more fruits and vegetables.) Drink plenty of water – and not too much coffee and alcohol! Exercise regularly (eg 3-4 times a week fitness center or 15-20 min. Overall training 1000 practice at home + 1 – 2 times run, swim or Billy Blanks Tae Bo). Enough sleep – 7 to 9 hours. Take the time to do what makes you happy. What are they? Have you tried to help or make someone else smile for example?