Pressure points that can lead to stress in many areas of our lives. Some of these we can control while others are beyond our control. We need to learn to change our response to the latter. The word stress has a negative meaning in the minds of people. This is because we tend to look better at stress. However, like coins, has stress two sides.
Stress is what we experience as a reaction to something we perceive as a threat. An example is a near deadline or even a threat to start. This means that stressors can be external. At the same time stress can be internal. They could be the pressure we put on our expectations. Management perception can therefore be the key to managing stress.
For some people, stress can actually be positive. It gives them a buzz and gets them fired so they reach much better than when they are not under stress. Because such people are under stress are equivalent to being alive! Others, however, face expectations that cause stress. They completely collapse and find it impossible to work at anything near the level they can without stress. This means that there are consequences to emphasize that can be positive or negative. There are consequences for individuals and organizations when stress becomes a real problem. They make mistakes and decision making is difficult. Depression can begin to deepen and many other symptoms appear.
Unusual consequences include:
* Cancellation and Reduced Practice
* Lack of Strength
* Missing Relationships with Spouses, Children and Other Family Members
* Physical and mental problems such as anxiety, depression and blood pressure
* Many abuse of drug use
ORGANIZATIONAL CONQUENCES include:
* High turnover
* Reduced productivity
* Reduced labor / goods
* Employees' laws
* Company crashes / bankruptcy
These listings are not considered to be exhaustive and I'm sure there are many other consequences that people and businesses have experienced that can be added to the list. Whether we choose to look at it, stress can have a significant impact on both individuals and organizations. This is where managers of consequences come in. For example, if it is well-controlled, an individual is encouraged to solve problems rather than dealing with illness or suicide.
Although a lot of research has been carried out, some are still ongoing in an effort to find ways to control stress and its consequences. There are three broad categories:
1. Assessment of Emphasis
2. Management Issues.
3. Emotional management.
Emphasis on Management
This administrative management tries to change how they think of stress; either by denial or removing from the problem. Alternatively, they can change how they think of a problem by changing their goals or values. An example of this may be to find humor in another threatening position or lower the standard or expectations.
Focused Management Issues
Here is the focus on trying to cope with the cause of the problem. This method is best for people with a realistic ability to change their long-term change. For example, an unrealistic work schedule that is responsible for creating stress for ease of completion can be facilitated. Another way is to find out about the problem and then learn new skills to cope with it. A good example of this may be a host management course to deal with a new position that requires extensive management skills.
Emotional management responds to finding ways to get rid of experienced feelings, creating opportunities for disturbance even in the middle of the problem, managing hostile feelings, and using media or relaxation methods. It is best used to deal with situations that have a few important management options. Examples in this category are:
* Relaxation – this could be done in two ways; first with progressive muscle relaxation that includes systemic teeth and relaxing skeletal muscles, focusing on contrasting emotions that remove the stressor's attention. However, with meditation, in some cases there are exercises like reverse breathing that helps relaxation.
* Aerobics – When you call, sing, run or perform some powerful exercise, your pituitary gland releases a significant amount of endorphins, substances that can prevent perception of pain and produce general feelings of the audience.
* Social Assistance – Family and friends can be helpful when you are stressed. Social assistance is important for people with anxiety, depression or other types of stresses that can cause abuse and drug abuse.
Other ways to control stress are listening to soothing music, engaging in conflict resolution, clinical treatment, professional counseling, and positive thinking. It is important to deal with damaged stress before it affects your physical or mental health. Do one thing at a time – do not hold on the pressure. We all need to learn how to avoid stress and how to deal with it when it is inevitable. It has been said that men choose to focus on problems while women would rather have a sense of emotion but this is not a difficult and fast rule.
There is no excuse for the fight against the negative effects of stress. Focus on prevention rather than finding an expensive remedy.