Ppt on time management and stress management

Sometimes I feel like this! Teacher Stress!.  Stress may be positive which is Eustress or it can be negative which is Distress.  Stressors are Neutral.

Events, Circumstances, People, Feelings, Attitudes, and Things.  Stressors can be: 1. Internal – within our direct control 2. External – not under our direct control 3. Real 4. Imagined  Success is determined by how we handle stress.  Stress forces us to LOOK AT, ACCEPT, or/ is high TLC – Do everything possible to promote health PRESENT Stress levels high – don’t take additional change Say NO to lessen energy drain Manage your time to allow for health promoting behaviors Visualize a positive outcome Talk /


Stressing the Positive MCPS Employee Assistance Program Employee Assistance Program.

impact of stress on our bodies and mind To learn and practice stress management techniques to cope more effectively with stress Agenda OpeningStressors Stress signals Stress busters Managing what we can control Break Agenda, cont Stress management techniques /Muscle Relaxation Guided imagery Stress Squares Color Key Less Relaxed More Relaxed` AAAbc’s Technique A lter the stressor: direct communication direct communication problem solving problem solving time management time management A void the stressor/


Managing Stress. Explain Not all stress can be prevented, so we need to learn techniques to manage stressful situations.

you can use them the next time you are feeling stressed. Complete Turn to “Dealing with Stress”. You will complete the appropriate section AFTER each stress management technique is practiced. #1 Deep Breathing The first stress management technique we’ll try is / it for 3 seconds and then exhale through your mouth. Practice this technique. Complete Complete the Deep Breathing section of the “Dealing with Stress” activity sheet. #2 Progressive Muscle Relaxation The next stress management technique we’ll try is/


 Assess whether or not you have responded well to stress in the past  Identify ways to cope with stress  Describe different responses to stress and.

stress in the past  Identify ways to cope with stress  Describe different responses to stress and evaluate your own responses  Grab a book, Take out Stress worksheet, raise your hand if you need one  Review stages of stress/or prolonged stress is called resilience.  What are some key factors to being resilient?  Family, Friends, realistic goals, problem solving skills, control emotions, communication skills, confidence, strength  PopTHROW reading on how to manage your timeTime management  Mental /


Relaxation Techniques for the STRESSED ! Amber J. Simons WorkLife Wellness Specialist WorkLife Programs WorkLife  Wellness  Employee Assistance www.purdue.edu/worklife.

–Know when to say no –Laugh –Set realistic goals –Get enough sleep –Eat nutritiously –Manage time Dealing With Stress  Relaxation Techniques –The Hand Clench –Body Awareness –Deep Breathing –Progressive Muscle Relaxation –Guided Imagery Evaluation  Please take a few moments to fill out the program evaluation.  Please use pencil and turn it in before you leave.  Please make suggestions of programming you would enjoy attending.


Effects of Stress On BLOOD PRESSURE. Group 1 Members: Kimaria (Kim) Baker - Collierville High Yasir Rosli - White Station High Ashley Williams - Fairley.

consequences when elevated, especially for younger people. Experiment Procedure: The students were introduced to physical stress by running up and down the stairs of a 4-story building two times. The students were also introduced to cold stress by submerging their left hand into ice cold water. Immediately after stress induction, the students had their blood pressure taken to observe the effects of both types/


STRATEGIES TO MANAGE STRESS HELP! OR HOW TO MANAGE STRESS WITHOUT KICKING THE NEIGHBOR’S DOG.

STRATEGIES TO MANAGE STRESS HELP! OR HOW TO MANAGE STRESS WITHOUT KICKING THE NEIGHBOR’S DOG TALK IT OUT FRIEND SPOUSE PARENT NEIGHBOR COWORKER PASTOR PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR ANYONE WHO WILL LISTEN ANTICIPATE TIMES OF STRESS Look into your future –Review your calendar –Identify possible stressors - both at work and at home Plan to get more sleep Stop to check ‘how you’re doing’ Don’t discount PMS LISTEN/


CTE594 GRAD WORKSHOP BY TIM KRONENWETTER LESSON OBJECTIVES STRESS MANAGING COPING SKILLS PEER MOTIVATION.

STRESS MANAGING COPING SKILLS PEER MOTIVATION OUTLINE STRUCTURE STRESS What is it? Stressors Defined. Stress Responses. Stress Managing. Stress Managing Techniques. OUTLINE CONTINUED COPING SKILLS Sources of Stress Behavioral Response Time Management Conflict Resolution Resiliency OUTLINE CONTINUED MANAGING/ LEVEL 3; NEED TO BELONG LEVEL 4; RECOGNITION LEVEL 5; SELF ACTUALIZATION FITNESS AND MOTIVATION PHYSICAL FITNESS EMOTIONALLY FIT WELL BEING MENTAL SHARPNESS FITNESS PYRAMID BASE; MODERATE INTENSITY 30/


Stress Management Hemankshu Sawant.

• Delegate • Anticipate problems • Be assertive • Be decisive • Organize • Balance work and personal time Organizational Stress Management Initiatives Organisational Initiatives Improvements in the physical work environment Changes in Job design Changes in workloads and deadlines Changes in work schedules, More flexible hours Increased employee participation Organisational Initiatives Team building Time management workshops Job burnout workshops Training in relaxation techniques Career counseling " Success/


Managing Stress & Wellness © All photo clip art copyright of Microsoft Office Online.

time you used a “should statement”, “awfulizing statement” or overgeneralized. How did this impact how you felt or acted in a stressful situation? –Which of the recommendations related to disputing irrational beliefs are you most likely to try? Which do you currently use? How do they work for you? © All photo clip art copyright of Microsoft Office Online Managing Stress Tips for managing stress Tips for managing stress/


Stress_level 4. What are the most stressful aspects of your life? Have you been under stress recently? How does stress affect your life? Is your life.

routine? Who’s the most stressed person you know? What was the most stressful time of your life? Do people notice when you are stressed? Managing stress How could each of these suggestions help someone handle stress? Which one(s) would work better for you? Do you have any advice for stressed people? End of activity. Voice Chat moderators : please end session here and see following slide for teachers/


MANAGEMENT OF LABOUR SALWA NEYAZI CONSULTANT OBSTETRICIAN GYNECOLOGIST PEDIATRIC & ADOLESCENT GYNECOLOGIST.

Mean time 1.1 h 1.1 h 0.4 h 0.4 h Longest normal 2.9 h 2.9 h 1.1 h 1.1 h MANAGEMENT OF LABOUR/check Passage for size & abnormal shape and check the Passenger for size & malpresentation If powers are adequate  check Passage for size & abnormal shape and check the Passenger for size & malpresentation/ -2ry to urine retension -2ry to urine retension Urinary frequency Urinary frequency Stress incontinence 20% 3M after delivery Stress incontinence 20% 3M after delivery ¾ of them still incontinent after 1 year/


© 2007 Arizona State University ASU 101 Part 2: Managing Stress www.asu.edu/asu101 Raymond Wang Program Coordinator Wellness & Health Promotion Department.

Time management School, work, & family Schedule around school, studies Leave a buffer between scheduled events RelationshipsWhat do you value in a relationship? Set boundaries based on your values Be open to changing your mind… © 2007 Arizona State University Managing stress – Develop your skills  Communication skills  Reading and writing skills  Study skills  Organization skills  Test taking strategies © 2007 Arizona State University Managing stressManage your time  Use a day planner and/


S T R E S S. What is Stress? Chronic stress: never ending Acute stress: short term Stressor: anything that requires you to cope with a situation Perception:

(normal functioning levels). Stage Three: EXHAUSTION A person enters the exhaustion stage when he/she does not manage their stress very well and/or is under a lot of stress for an extended amount of time. During this stage, the body physiologically stays somewhat in the alarm stage…and therefore can eventually cause major health problems. Such health problems can range anywhere from decreasing your immunity/


Mental health – stress & happiness. The spectrum of well-being Sickness/depression Absence of illness Flourishing/ optimal well-being.

interest, love, relief Negative - anger, contempt, disgust, disinterest, fear, sadness, and shame Positive emotions in early life & longevity: findings from the nun study (Danner,/ physical health  Less activation of stress response Blood pressure Immune response  Better health behaviors Weight management, exercise, diet, smoking Moderate alcohol/ satisfied with lives Fewer physical symptoms (headaches, nausea) More time spent exercising Expressing gratitude (Count your blessings)  Randomized trials/


Stress Management Background Stress – largest single cause of sickness absence Currently accounts for approx 23% absence within Children’s Services Directorate.

.g. OfSTED - Additional support from H&S team - Extension of dead-line Stress Management Impact so far…. Increased awareness of the causes and effects of work related stress Development of localised action plans to facilitate improvement (most not fully implemented yet) Decreased stress related sickness absence for the first time in almost two years Stress Management What do we do next? Develop a programme of monitoring to establish/


Managing stress D. SJOBERG. Vocabulary 39-43  Stress  Eustress  Distress  Stressor  Fight or Flight response  Adrenaline  Fatigue  Stress management.

 Eustress  Distress  Stressor  Fight or Flight response  Adrenaline  Fatigue  Stress managementTime management What is stress?  Your body’s response to change and is normal.  Two kinds: Eustress and distress COMMON STRESSERS FOR TEENS  Read article and annotate.  Tell us what they are! How your body responds to stress.  Fight or flight  Adrenaline  Fatigue/exhaustion Body ills  Headaches  Digestive problems  Increased blood pressure  Anxious  Depressed  Angry  Irritable Ways to/


Anger Management June 2006. What triggers anger? Anger is one reaction to an event that represents a stress, threat or loss to you Anger is one reaction.

stress, threat or loss to you –Body –Property –Self-esteem –Values –Entitlement The stress, threat or loss can be real or perceived The stress, threat or loss can be real or perceived Why do some people get angry and not/ 01952 506838 Waiting time 4 months Waiting time 4 months For more information…. GP Training website: GP Training website: http://www.trainer.org.uk/members/tools/ difficult_patients.htm British Association of Anger Management: British Association of Anger Management:http://www.angermanage./


Andy Cormack Sensor Development Director Graham Sperrin European Sales Manager ET Enterprises Limited 45 Riverside Way Uxbridge UB8 2YF United Kingdom.

Director Graham Sperrin European Sales Manager ET Enterprises Limited 45 Riverside /v ADIT, US Pmts for industrial applications 13 mm to 135 mm diameter Plastic, inorganic, and photon counting Flexible dual site manufacturing for high volumes VLVnT11 – 12Oct2011 Additional manufacturing facility being prepared/ time (ns) 036.1 1236.1 2436.0 3636.0 4835.9 6035.7 7135.7 8335.4 9535.2 10735.2 11935.6 13734.9 VLVnT11 – 12Oct2011 Mechanical stress analysis – Mk1 design VLVnT11 – 12Oct2011 Mechanical stress /


MCL and LCL Injuries. Normal Anatomy Mechanism of Injury MCL Valgus stress Most commonly s-MCL d-MCL injuries rare although possible with only low.

on palpation of injured site MCL – Pain end of range flexion Varus / valgus stress painful and/or laxity – Grade I – No movement – Grade II – 3-5mm joint opening – Grade III - >5mm joint opening Special Tests Varus stress test (LCL) Valgus stress test (MCL) Further Investigation Varus / valgus stress radiographs MRI Ultrasound imaging Management Conservative Grade I-II injuries Isolated s-MCL grade III injuries Surgery Isolated/


Find Your Calm & Enjoy Life Now. Partnership Manager at Blackcard Books Author of Power of Pets.

Reflect and remind yourself what really matters to you Remember this one constant: Everything always falls into place Overview Tell Tale Signs of Stress Calming /and Well. Create Your Practice Of Calm Sleep Give Your Brain its Natural Timeout Create Your Practice Of Calm Need to Nurture the Plant Practice Self Care Create Your Practice Of Calm Notice Your Own Invisible Signs Don’t Let Them Get Away! Create Your Practice Of Calm Take Action! Be Your Own Superhero Create Your Practice Of Calm Time Manage/


Effects of Stress l Psychological »moodiness, depression, emotional fatigue l Physiological »cardiovascular diseases »ulcers, sexual dysfunction, headaches.

from your life l Secondary Prevention »Prepare yourself to withstand stressors l Treatment »Treat the stress effects you already have EXAMPLES l Primary Prevention »Time management, skill enhancement, delegation l Secondary Prevention »Exercise, diet, recreation, sleep, relaxation, meditation l Treatment »Professional help, social support Organizational Approaches to Stress »Selection and Placement »Training »Goal Setting »Job Redesign, Including Empowerment »Wellness Programs (e.g., weight loss, smoking/


C ST M 371 - ESTIMATING II Bid Day - Stress & Time.

C ST M 371 - ESTIMATING II Bid Day - Stress & Time Stress Management Picture yourself near a stream. Birds are softly chirping in the crisp, cool, mountain air. No one knows your secret place. You are in total seclusion from that hectic place/ is clear. You can easily make out the face of the person you are holding under the water…you raise their head…firmly smashing it back into the water again…and again…and again…there…feel better now? Stress Management if all else fails… Stress Management Time Management


Time Management: How to get things done Time Management: How to get things done.

Time Management: How to get things done Time Management: How to get things done How To Get Things Done Strategies  Prioritize.  Get Organized.  Address Your Stress.  Deal with the Unexpected. How To Get Things Done “Doing more things faster is no substitute for doing the right things” Stephen Covey, First Things First Prioritize Importance vs. Urgency Matrix Get Organized  Keep track.  Clear the clutter.  Allot time/ if I procrastinate? Break into small tasks and set a deadline for each task. Reward /


Health Ch. 3 Managing Stress Section 4 Coping with Stress.

keep stress under control are: -Time management -Mental rehearsal Coping with Stress Time Management Consider what you are learning from your assignment- example- prioritizing Avoid time wasters (list on pg. 71) What are some time wasters YOU have to be careful to avoid? Coping with Stress /life. What is Happiness? The perception of your own well-being and the belief that your own life is worthwhile. What makes you Happy? Coping with Stress Change your Thinking Do you tend to overreact to unexpected events? /


Cerebral Aneurysm: Anesthetic Management

-Position -Requirement of special monitoring Pre-operative Evaluation & Preparation Timing of surgery: Early surgery (within 3 days of SAH): -/be possible Concerns During Extubation Fully awake patient Prevent stress response judiciously Iv lidocaine, beta-blocker,vasodilators with/ status Institute triple-H therapy Post-op CT/ angio Pain management: -NSAIDs -Opioids under close monitoring Aneurysm Rupture & Pregnancy Incidence/ layers < 1 mm thick 3 Localized clot and/or vertical layer > 1 mm 4 Intracerebral /


Chapter 16 Employee Training & Development

Instruction The Manager as Coach Leadership Effective Managers Eight Goals of Orientation To explain the company’s history, philosophy, mission, goals, and objectives. To/job instructions. Part-time Employees + - Advantages: No need to pay benefits. Flexible schedule. Disadvantages: Lack of continuity. More people to train. Part-time employees tend to /as well as experts. The Manager as Coach… Trains & motivates. Shows people how to perform. Gives criticism when needed. Stresses the RIGHT WAY. Gives positive /


  How Well Do You Resist Stress?  Let’s find out! STRESS SURVEY.

 Resistance – when the body mobilizes its resources to withstand the effects of stress.  Recovery or Exhaustion – occurs when the body returns to normal; or when stress exceeds the body’s ability to recover. 3 Stages of the Stress Response   Physical activity  Relaxation ex: muscle relaxation, music, sports  Time management  Coping Devices ex: displacement, venting Managing Stress   Automatic, subconscious reactions to emotional injury  Denial  Fantasy  Projection  Rationalization  Regression/


Biological Stress vulnerability A model of eating disorders Restriction of eating Social Cultural & family pressures Psychological Anxiety about appearance.

Biological Stress vulnerability A model of eating disorders Restriction / psychlotron.org.uk BT with bulimia Patients given eating programme to follow (Fairburn et al, 1985): Small, manageable meals 5-6 times a day No more than 3 hours between meals Improvement in about 40% of patients; half these had relapsed/nervosa Can play a part in initial treatment of anorexia Not a cure and not sufficient to bring about long term change May raise ethical questions (patients’ rights; consent to treatment; see token /


STRESS MANAGEMENTStress”. STRESS Definition:Stress is any demand made on the body. (Engineering Term)

.Exhaustion Stage: If the actual or perceived threat continues over a prolong time. This can end in disease MANAGEMENT Relaxation: Massage, self hypnosis, Sabbath, day off, leave, retreat, time away, seven to eight hours sleep Nourish your body: Organic food, vitamins and essential nutrients Cont’d… Regain control of your life: reduce work stress, learn to say no, setting boundaries, be an optimist, etc… Exercise/


© 2001 Wadsworth, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc 1 What is Stress? An imbalance between demand and ability to meet those demands in the allotted time.

Diet Quit or reduce smoking Sleep Support groups Self-empowerment Coping skills © 2001 Wadsworth, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc 10 Managing Stress During and After Stress Relaxation techniques Time management © 2001 Wadsworth, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc 11 Workplace Violence Perpetrators Under severe stress Male 20 - 50 years of age Self-esteem tied to job Fond of violent films Own several guns with ready access/


1 ISE 412 Stress, Workload, Accidents, & Errors Figure 13.1 A representation of stress effects. (Wickens, pg.325) Information Processing Stressors Experience.

tendency to react too quickly Effect depends on individual factors –  personality traits  level of experience  life stress - and on level of physiological arousal induced by the stressor. (see fig. 13.2, pg. 331) Performance Level of Arousal/, task management) Reduce length of vigil, increase rest breaks Signal enhancement Increase level of arousal 5 ISE 412 Workload Measures Time required / Time available (TR/TA) ratio  Based on task analysis  Percentage computed per time unit on/


Managerial Skills Lecture Managing Stress. Learning Objectives Understand Symptoms of Stress. Identify Causes of Stress. Reduce Causes of Stress. Develop.

Environmental Stressors –Economic Uncertainty –Political Uncertainties –Technological Change What Constructive Things Can Be Done To Reduce Stress? Individual Coping Strategies –Seeking Help –Managing Time (planning, scheduling, using time effectively) Planning –Know your Values and Goals Organizing –List Activities –Prioritize Activities Based on Planning Activities That Determine Time Use URGENCY IMPORTANCE HIGHLOW HIGH LOW Most problem solving Immediate deadlines Answering the phone E-mail Interruptions/


Stress By: Andrew Sowden Nick Luggio Andrew Owens Kristin Borrone.

Positive Music, venting, showering, exercise, tv, social media Coping with Stress Managing physical and psychological well being (not letting yourself get out of control while stressed) positive attitude, keep head up Monitoring your stress levels stay calm, socialize, treat yourself Avoiding extremely stressful situations TIME MANAGEMENT Road Blocks for stress Road blocks give us the individual ways to combat stress within ourselves as well as with others. Cognitive Emotional Physiological/


Ch 4: Part 2 - Stress Feb 13 th, 2007. Stress Stress – pattern of emotional states and physio reactions in response to stressors Strain – accumulated.

Schneider et al. (2000) study - who had the worst job-related and psychological outcomes? Non-work stressors Holmes & Rahe’s Stressful Life Events scale: –Neg & pos changes in life affect vulnerability to illness/ dimensions: Emotional exhaustion Depersonalization Reduced personal efficacy –Stagelike process – how does it evolve? Stress Management Develop resiliency –Physiological techniques –Time management –Flex-time programs –Employee Assistance Programs (EAP’s) See book for more details on this… Coping/


CS 110: Introduction to Computer Science

your goals when you’re feeling the pressure Experiencing Stress is Normal Transition to college Challenging major Learning to set priorities and manage time It’s hard work! The Challenge of Stress Feeling stressed can make you want to give up on: An assignment A class Your major Don’t! There are effective ways to cope with stress. Good Coping Strategies Planning Anticipate your challenges Think through/


History Wars Accidents Emergency Services Daily Operations.

to create significant human distress and to overwhelm someone’s usual coping mechanisms Critical Incident Stress Normal Reaction to Abnormal Event Critical Incident Stress Management Critical Incident Stress Management Critical Incident Stress Management Psychological First Aid Confidential Voluntary/productivity over 7.7 days $ IS IT WORTH IT? Every € returns 3.6 times Case Study: Human Performance and Air Traffic Management WHITE PAPER, EUROCONTROL, September 2010 CISM has become a standard part of an SMS/


Stress In The Workplace Our Approach

Key Drivers for wanting to deal with Stress To reduce stress levels To improve overall workforce well being. To have an organisation that performs effectively with its workforce fully engaged Getting the timing right! Organisation already in a change process/staff Applying the Blackpool Way Principles to the Project RECOGNITION Listened to the workforce for suggestions how to manage stress and implement examples of best practice. Saying thank you Giving praise Applying the Blackpool Way Principles to the Project/


Management of Urinary Incontinence

management options for stress incontinence or overactive bladder. Line them up in the order that you would offer them, there may be more than one at the same time. Of course, not every option is suitable for every patient. Stress/ over voiding Regular voiding, gradually increasing intervals. Using distraction and relaxation techniques Bladder diary will show improvement Ring Pessary Anterior prolapse predisposes to stress incontinence Changed every 4-6 months Conservative option Anti-muscarinic medication/


Managing Stress Chapter 8 Lesson 2 Mr. Martin. You’ll Learn To Identify personal causes of stress. Demonstrate refusal strategies for avoiding some.

no at appropriate time when you see the possibility of stress, conflict or threat. Can you give me some examples of situations that may cause you stress? Ways to Manage Stress Plan ahead Get adequate sleep Get regular physical activity Eat nutritious foods – Eat regular meals – Limit comfort foods – Limit caffeine Avoid tobacco, alcohol, and other DRUGS Physical Activity Releases Stress How to Manage Stress Stress Management Techniques Stress Management Skills are skills/


Management 101” Tim Smith President, Gwinnett Cemeteries.

and White”!) V. The Third Most Important Element of Management Is …COMPLIANCE! (Continued) F.“Compliance Training” Should Include Federal Law, State Law & Company Policies! G.Growth In Management/EXPECTATIONS! (Continued) D.Maintenance 1.“Support-Team” Attitude 2.“Time Per Task” a)Grave Openings/Closings b)Vault Setups c)/” (B.M.O.C.) Vs.“HUMILITY” (Fortunate, Blessed, Grateful) III. “MANIPULATE” (Under Stress, My Best Interest) Vs.“PERSUADE” (Educate, Their Best Interest) “RIGHTS” vs. “RESPONSIBILITIES” (/


What are 3 responses to stress o Increase heart rate o Increase breathing o Increase epinephrine o More blood to brain o More blood to muscles.

breathing o Increase epinephrine o More blood to brain o More blood to muscles Negative stress is called Positive stress is called Distress Eustress Explain the fight or flight response It is when the body is faced with a stressor and it decides to either deal with the situation or flee What do we call /you or talking about you Paranoia Looking at something differently Reframing Most important to least important Prioritize Using a calendar/schedule Plan Using time wisely/making good choices Time management


By Ali Hamlin. What will we talk about? What is stress? Academic stress Everyday stress Relaxation techniques.

you avoiding certain things? Are you thinking only about one thing? How do you spend most of your time? Academic Social Financial Family Managing stress Attitude is everything! Managing Stress Academic stress Go to class Use effective study methods Math and Writing Center Make a plan Time management Making a Plan https://www.examtime.com/study-planner/ Planning Worksheet Freshman English 2 Term Paper5/2 Calculus 2 Final Exam/


How to cope with STRESS? HI HI HI HI ………………. WE WILL DISCUSS Diagnostic survey. What is stress? Why get Stressed? Cost & consequence of stress! Stress.

+ points. Time management- Set realistic goals, set priorities plan ahead, delegation of work etc. Relax- Go for a Walk, take a warm bath, hug some one etc. Seven wonders to see, to hear,to touch, to taste to laugh, to feel, to love The things we overlook as simple and ordinary are truly wondrous! Call to action Stress costs! Stress kills! Stress must be managed! Take action/


Study Skills Time Management. oMost people believe that there is a direct relationship between study time & doing well at college. E.g. You will achieve.

tasks to do. oAs you begin remember that the plan can be flexible & is not made in stone, some things may take longer than others, don’t feel stressed our about this Time Management oTry and stay focused on each task & just do the best you can. By following the plan & your progress you can learn from your mistakes & good experienies along the way/


Managing Stress for Maximum Learning An ounce of prevention…..

Managing Stress for Maximum Learning An ounce of prevention….. Keep a Balance Physical Wellness Family/Social Support Scheduled time off Spirituality Fun!! Monitor Your Thoughts ABC’s of Cognitive Process Use Positive and Realistic Statements Refute Negative Thoughts Concentration Monitor your thoughts Write down your distractions Use exercise to help your alertness Choose topics based on alertness Avoid Procrastination One minute rule Minimize /


Manashakti Research Centre’s STRESS MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP STRESS MANAGEMENT W O R K S H O P.

happiness. The material pleasure and success without peace of mind is meaningless. WHAT’S THE PANACEA TO THIS CHRONIC PROBLEM? STRESS MANAGEMENT W O R K S H O P THE STRESS MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP STRESS MANAGEMENT W O R K S H O P Stress Management Workshop of Manashakti Research/in the play of life: Family, Office & Society; IF ALL GIVE ALL WILL GET STRESS MANAGEMENT W O R K S H O P REQUIREMENTS Date: Saturday, 20 September 2014 Time: 9 to 5.30 pm On arrival Breakfast, Tea-Coffee, Lunch, Valley Parking included /


 The student will identify a variety of techniques for managing personal stress.  The student will describe the importance of self-reflection in evaluating.

-reflection in evaluating his or her most effective stress-management strategies.  The student will apply effective methods for coping with stress based on personal experience.  Brainstorm a list of health stress management techniques your are familiar with  Careful thought about your own behavior and beliefs. ~(Merriam-Webster dictionary)  How are self reflection and effective stress management related?  What are some examples of times when self reflection resulted in making a/


WHAT IS STRESS?HOW TO COPEUP WITH THAT? -B.VIVEK III-MECHANICAL.

as pitfalls. So it’ll lead stress. -so avoid pitfall is very much important OTHER STEPS ARE…. Learning better communication skills Meditation: Picture yourself relaxed Breathe deeply CONCLUSION Stress is impossible to avoid in life. Stress is something we can’t avoid, but we can limit the impact of stressful situations, that are presented, by being healthy, managing our time, and escaping from our everyday routine. THANK/


Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Health Lesson 3 Managing Stress.

for using time efficiently LESSON 3 Managing Stress BIG IDEA Keeping stress under control will improve all aspects of your health. Lesson Home What is Stress? LESSON 3 Managing Stress BIG IDEA Keeping stress under control will improve all aspects of your health. stress The bodys response to real or imagined dangers or other life events Lesson Home New Vocabulary Stress is a normal part of life, and it isn’t/


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