When Stress Is Over Your Head Plr Ebook

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Table Of Contents


Chapter 1: Responding to stress

Chapter 2: Where does stress come from?

Chapter 3: Your first step in managing stress

Chapter 4: Easing your tension to reduce stress

Chapter 5: You need a quiet mind to think clearly

Chapter 6: Managing stress at work

Chapter 7: Managing stress at home

Chapter 8: Managing stress in relationship Chapter 9: Secrets to control your anger

Wrapping Up

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Chapter 2: Where does stress come from?


It is perhaps an accepted fact that stress is usually brought on by outside forces. This is so ingrained in most people’s mindsets, that the slightest inconvenience or signs of being pushed out of the comfort zones will get some negative reactions from the body, and that would be considered stress. Generally outside forces are blamed for the internal turmoil that stress is supposed to cause.

Where Is It

When life in general does not unfold the way we perceive it should, determines the stress levels we experience. The element that needs to be controlled is becoming too attached to the acceptance that this disturbs the usual pattern in the daily life cycle and that any changes in the current cycle are not so easily accommodated.

Therefore conditioning the mind to cope and overcome the circumstance that are perceived to contribute to the stress will then allow the individual to better help both body and mind to avoid any unnecessary conditions.

Stressful thinking leads to stressful feeling is the most simplistic way of putting the condition into some prospective. Most studies tend to show this conclusively, and it does seem to be true that on some unconscious level, the extent of the stress felt is connected to the circumstances experienced.

We can actually cause stress to be a condition within the body as our worries; fears and anxiety level are elevated by mental perceptions. Negativity and the mind is closely connected to the onset of stress and most individuals somehow have the ability to convince the mind of things that have actually not enfolded not will it be possible to be so, but with this conditioning the mind and body will work almost hand in hand to bring out the stress levels from within.

Therefore getting into the habit of negative thinking will spark this response and the more it progresses to be a common reaction the lesser the chances are to enable the body to cope with the onslaught.

Chapter 3: Your first step in managing stress


Managing stress adequately would require the need to first be able to identify the main causes of the presence of stress within the confines of the individual’s life. When this has been identified then the relevant steps can be taken to address the stress inducing circumstances.

1st Step

Some of the more common signs of stress are nervousness, withdrawal, constant tiredness, frequent headaches, increased use of alcohol, smoking and other unhealthy habits, an unexpected loss or increase in the diet intake or body weight, restless sleep and irrational emotional outbursts and behavior patterns.

There are all indications of an individual suffering from high level of stress. In recent times, the stress levels of most people have been so alarming, that more often than not, hospitalization has to be recommended, where complete rest and medication is prescribed to normalize the body systems. Research has also been able to show that life expectancies have reduced drastically due to the presence of stress.

Therefore, the idea behind managing the stress is all about gaining control over the stress which should be to identify and address the possible causes of the stress, and then work towards ways to overcome it effectively.

Once the symptoms can be identified and linked to stress condition, then the proper approach can be matched to the symptoms to improve the situation.

This would require the individual to have a clear plan drawn up which would be based of combating the stress occurrences with very practical and proven methods. These methods may include the use of a proper diet, exercise or the actual physical change of environment.

Being able to focus on a holistic view of the situation that causes the stress rather the one particular action that triggers it, will help the individual better understand and seek ways to avoid or improve on the circumstances that spark the onset of stress.

Chapter 4: Easing your tension to reduce stress


It is popularly believed that if an individual is not exposed to the stress causing circumstances, then the occurrence of the stress will be very unlikely and therefore not a dominant factor to contend with on a daily basis.

This has some truth to it, but it is not always possible to avoid or remove oneself from a circumstance that will eventually cause the stress to surface.

One of the ways that is recommended by most experts on the subject of stress management, is to ease the tension and in doing so bring the stress levels under adequate control. The following are some tips on how to ease tension and reduce stress levels significantly:

Ease Up

Rest – this is considered a very important ingredient to have in the makeup of an individual’s lifestyle. A lot of rest will give the body and its various systems time and the leeway to rejuvenate adequately. This should be enough to keep it functioning at its optimum, thus providing the ideal circumstances to meet any possible additional requirement on its system both mentally and physically.

Relaxation – the individual should explore various ways to relax both the body and the mind. These ways should be easy and applicable to the situation at the time. Some relaxation methods can be done longer and in more calming surroundings, while some would require the individual to tap into the inner self to bring forth the calming mindset, to cope with any particularly stressful situation as it occurs.

Pacing oneself – this is also another method of ensuring the tensions are eased or even preventing it from surfacing altogether, if the individual is able to pace the workload to keep it from becoming too overwhelming. Almost all cases of stress will be eventually connected to the fact that the circumstances that induced the stress were overwhelming, and the natural mechanisms that kick in would be the occurrence of stress.

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