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“Stress” is a commonly used term, and it is often used with different meanings. The standard definition for stress is the disturbance of the body’s tendency towards a relatively stable equilibrium or a state of disharmony in response to a real or perceived threat or challenge.

Stress is a normal psychological and physical reaction to the demands of life. A small amount of stress can be good, motivating us to perform well. But multiple challenges daily, such as sitting in traffic, meeting deadlines and paying bills, can push us beyond our ability to cope.

The threatening or challenging situation is referred to as a chemical or biological agent, environmental condition, external stimulus or an event that causes stress to an organism. When a person encounters a chemical or biological agent, environmental condition, external stimulus or an event that causes stress to an organism, the body prepares to respond to the challenge or threat.

The autonomic nervous and endocrine systems respond by producing the hormones that is secreted by the adrenal gland in response to physical or mental stress, tightening blood vessels. The result of this hormone production is a force of physiological reactions that make up the stress response.

Everyone experiences stress in life. How we handle stress can have a major impact on our health. Stress can affect our bodies, our relationships and our futures. Stress is a normal psychological and physical reaction to the demands of life. A small amount of stress can be good, motivating you to perform well. But multiple challenges daily, such as sitting in traffic, meeting deadlines and paying bills, can push you beyond your ability to cope. 

The dedicated professionals working in the chemical dependency field tend to experience burnout at high rates than other fields. Some suffer from a condition called compassion fatigue after being exposed to the physical, emotional and/or psychological trauma experienced by others. It's important for these professionals to recognize their stress and address it. Our brain comes hard-wired with an alarm system for our protection.

When our brain perceives a threat, it signals our body to release a burst of hormones that increase our heart rate and raise our blood pressure. This "fight-or-flight" response fuels us to deal with the threat. Once the threat is gone, our body is meant to return to a normal, relaxed state. Unfortunately, the nonstop complications of modern life mean that some people's alarm systems rarely shut off.

Stress management gives us a range of tools to reset our alarm system. It can help our mind and body adjust. Without it, our body might always be on high alert. Over time, chronic stress can lead to serious health problems. One should not wait until stress damages our health, relationships or quality of life. Start practicing stress management techniques today.

The pace and challenges of modern life make stress management necessary for everyone.

To monitor our stress, first we have to identify our causes. What makes us feel angry, tense, worried or irritable? Do we often get headaches or an upset stomach with no medical cause?

Our brain comes hard-wired with an alarm system for your protection. When our brain perceives a threat, it signals our body to release a burst of hormones that increase our heart rate and raise our blood pressure. This "fight-or-flight" response fuels us to deal with the threat.

Some causes, such as job pressures, relationship problems or financial concerns, are easy to identify. But daily irritations and demands, such as waiting in a long line or being late to a meeting, also contribute to your stress level. Even essentially positive events, such as getting married or buying a house, can be stressful. Any change to your life can cause stress. Stress may be based on high demands at work or a loved one's illness; we  might be able to change only our reaction and feel helpless.

Since we all experience stress in different ways, we can all learn and use a variety of tools to handle and reduce stress. Once we have identified our stress triggers, it become easy to remove and get rid of the stress. We can adopt one or couple of the mentioned below steps:

1.      If stress keeps you up at night, the solution may be as easy as removing the TV and computer from your bedroom and letting your mind wind down before bed.

2.       If, we are not able to figure out the root than it is better to seek help and support from family and friends. It may be possible that we are in need to have some listeners only without providing us solutions.

3.       We may practice deep breathing meditation or being in nature. In that case we have to set time for ourselves.

4.       We may take help of massage, dance, listening music, watch a comedy serials or just diverting our mind whatever help us to relax.

5.      We may eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly and get enough sleep. Make a conscious effort to spend less time in front of a screen like television, tablet, computer and phone so that get more time relaxing.

6.      Stress won't disappear from your life. And stress management needs to be ongoing. But by paying attention to what causes your stress and practicing ways to relax, you can counter some of the bad effects of stress and increase your ability to cope with challenges.

Epinephrine and norepinephrine are involved in the initial changes that take place to prepare the body to react and to prepare for a challenge. These responses include increases in heart and respiration rates, blood pressure, perspiration, and energy production. There also is a suppression of immune function, production of the body’s natural pain killer, and increased acuity of the senses. These changes make up the fight-or-flight response, which prepares the body to cope with the stressor. If the stressor is perceived as negative or more as a threat than as a challenge, cortisol production is increased. Cortisol is involved in energy production but also suppresses immune function.

Once the threat is gone, our body is meant to return to a normal, relaxed state. Unfortunately, the nonstop complications of modern life mean that some people's alarm systems rarely shut off.

Stress management gives us a range of tools to reset your alarm system. It can help our mind and body adjust flexibility. Without it, our body might always be on high alert. Over time, chronic stress can lead to serious health problems.

The pace and challenges of modern life make stress management necessary for everyone. Don't wait until stress damages your health, relationships or quality of life. Start practicing stress management techniques today.

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Satyamani

Address: 122, Jaina Tower I, District Center,

Janak Puri,

New Delhi-110058

Country: India

Phone: +91-9899-291-202

Telephone: 011- 45651615

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