Stress can affect us physically, mentally, and emotionally. As the heart pumps faster, some people experience headaches and dizziness. As we become preoccupied with problems, negativity can increase. Since stress affects people differently, irritability, impatience, anger, frustration, fear, and anxiety can also result from too much stress.The negative symptoms associated with stress can be avoided with the right tools.
Unfortunately, stress management is among one of the most useful tools you can use throughout life and is NOT taught in a classroom.
New students are particularly eager to work hard. Over time, as motivation increases, the pressure to succeed can easily lead to stress. Once the energy begins to dwindle, and the desire to keep up with peers and student life becomes overwhelming, stress can lead to burnout. Burnout is a physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or stress.
Some of the leading causes of stress, according to students include:-examinations-deadlines-the pressure of combining paid work and study-difficulty in organizing tasks-poor time management-leaving assignments to the last minuteMany of these stresses can be easily managed!
Stress management is an important life skill that every student needs to learn. When learned early in life, stress management can help reduce the risk of many stress-related illnesses later in life.
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I hope everyone’s ready to learn techniques for overcoming stress! By the end of this event, you will be equipped with ample methods for preventing and managing stress. No more excuses!