Stress

Stress





Stress

For other possible meanings of the term "stress", please see stress (disambiguation) and stress (disambiguation)


In psychology, stress is a feeling of stress and emotional stress.Stress is a kind of psychological pain. Small amounts of stress may be desirable, beneficial, and even healthy. Positive pressure helps improve athletic performance. It is a factor in motivation, adaptation and reaction to the environment. However, excessive amounts of stress can lead to physical harm. Stress may increase the risk of strokes, heart attacks, ulcers and mental illnesses such as depressionand also worsen a pre-existing condition.


Stress may be external and related to the environment and may also be due to internal perceptions that make the individual feel anxiety or other negative emotions surrounding a situation, such as pressure, discomfort, etc .


Hans Selye (1974) proposed four different forms of stress. In one of the axes, identify good stress (euphoria) and bad stress (distress), and correspondingly excessive stress (hyperstress) and relief (stress reduction). Seeley advocates balancing them, the ultimate goal is to balance hypertonia and stress perfectly and get as much orgasm as possible.


The termu ou ou comes from the Greek rootu which means "good "u as in" euphoria". It is produced when a person experiences positive stress. "Anxiety" originates from the Latin root di, meaning disharmony or Discord.


Medically determined distress is a threat to quality of life.[Occurs when demand significantly exceeds a person's capabilities.Stress may cause headaches.



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External factors that do not pose a threat or cause stress on their own can be thought of as post-traumatic effects. Triggers can be stressful, such as when someone is stressed after hearing a song or watching something that reminds them of a previous threatening event. Man is stressed when he believes that his ability to cope with sources of threat and obstacles (be it situations, circumstances or even people) is insufficient. When we believe that the requirements that fall on us exceed our ability to cope with them, we are prone to stress and stress.



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A person deals with concrete threats that may cause stress in different ways. There are different classifications of coping and coping with triggers, or we might call them defense mechanisms, but they are variables that revolve around one general idea that there are good, productive, and other bad ways to deal with stress. Because stress is felt, the following mechanisms do not necessarily deal with the actual conditions that cause stress. But they can be considered coping methods if they allow a person to better cope with the negative emotions and psychological limitations experienced as a result of being in a stressful situation, rather than correcting the source of the stress.


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Adaptive, effective, problem-focused mechanisms

These skills are what we might call "confronting a problem before it happens," or dealing with negative emotions that cause stress in a constructive way (often coping). Trying to befriend ( affiliate) - involves dealing with the stress of turning to a social network for support, but the individual does not share with others so as to avoid any responsibility.


Humor-an individual steps outside of a particular circumstance to gain greater perspective and to highlight any humorous aspects that may be present in the stressful circumstances he or she is facing.

Psychological ramp-allows for " indirect resolution of a conflict or conflict without producing any serious consequences or loss of desire. This mechanism basically allows disturbing emotions to be directed to socially acceptable outputs.

Positive reassessment-redirecting thoughts (cognitive energy) to good things that can happen or be implemented. This can lead to growth and maturation of the personality, self-reflection and realization of a person's abilities and potential.


Other coping mechanisms include anticipation, altruism and self-observation.


Mental inhibition/mechanisms of repudiation

These mechanisms lead to poor awareness of anxiety, threatening thoughts, fears, etc., and this comes from the perception of perceived threats


Displacement ( psychology) - this is when an individual redirects their emotional feelings from a particular situation to another, less threatening situation.


 Suppression-repression occurs when an individual tries to remove his or her thoughts and feelings or anything disturbing or stressful that threatens his or her perception in order to separate from the whole situation. When this isolation occurs for a long time in a successful way, it is more than selfless


* Reverse formation-individuals switch their feelings, thoughts, or behavior to the opposite. It is the attempt to remove any "unacceptable thoughts" from a person's consciousness by replacing them with completely opposite thoughts.


From other mechanisms of inhibition: regression, dissociation, mobility, psychological projection and justification. Although some people claim that inhibition mechanisms may increase their stress level because the problem has not been solved, separating them from stress can help a person to be freed from stress and ready to deal with problems later.


Active mechanisms

These methods deal with stress by the individual himself taking action or withdrawing.


 Disposition - this is often seen as problematic or otherwise normal behavior. Instead of solving the problem, the individual tries to cope


* Passive aggression - this is when a person indirectly deals with their anxiety, negative thoughts and feelings caused by stress and stress by acting aggressively or expressing resentment towards others.


Depending on the situation, all coping mechanisms are applicable and work out.


Stress and health

The physiological response to stress requires a lot of body energy. What constitutes great distress and risk of disease. When the body's energy is used to respond to minor (or major) stressors, the immune system's ability to function will be impaired, making the individual more susceptible to physical illnesses such as cold and flu. Stressful events, such as work changes, result in insomnia, poor sleep and other health problems


Recent studies suggest that there is a relationship between stress and cancer in animals. Cancer begins precisely from the unstoppable growth and division of cells that results in a tumor. These cells end up in a malignant tumor that spreads to other parts of the body. The researchers found that stress and stress play a role as activators of certain processes that can lead to diseases such as antiviral defenses. But many stress-related tests have not been able to determine the relationship of stress to human cancer


Chronic stress and lack of ability to deal with that stress lead to the development of psychological issues in the individual, such as depression and anxiety.This is true of everyday stress. These types of stress tend to have a more negative impact on health due to their occurrence and frequency on a daily basis, and therefore require a physiological response from the body on a daily basis. Thus, the body's energy is depleted more quickly over long periods, especially when such stresses as a crisis on the roads cannot be avoided. Studies have also proven that chronic stress and hostility associated with personality A and personality B are associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, this is caused by the immune system and high levels of excitability in the sympathetic nervous system as these levels are part of the body's physiological response to stressful stressful events. It is possible for an individual to endure chronic stress and health status many psychologists are currently interested in studying the factors that make individuals cope with difficulty and evade most of their health problems and diseases associated with high levels of stress. Stress can be associated with mental disorders such as generalized anxiety disorder, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. But it is important to know that everyone develops certain levels of stress and that diagnosis should only be carried out by licensed practitioners


Stress management

Stress management refers to a wide range of psychological techniques and therapies that aim to control a person's stress levels, especially chronic stress, with the aim of improving daily functioning.


Stress prevention and resilience building

Although many techniques have been developed to deal with the consequences of stress, significant research has been conducted on stress prevention, a topic closely related to building psychological resilience. A number of self-help methods have been developed to prevent stress and build resilience, relying mainly on the theory of CBT


Biofeedback may play a role in stress management. A study by soutarto et al.evaluated the effect of biological monotony of respiration reflux (recognition and control of involuntary variability in heart rate) conducted on a sample of manufacturing workers; the study showed significantly reduced rates of anxiety, stress and depression.


Types of stressors causing stress

Stress triggers can be defined as any event, experience, or environmental trigger that may lead to an individual's stress and stress.[We can view these events or experiences as threats or challenges to the individual and can be either physical or psychological. Researchers have found that stress can make individuals more vulnerable to problems both physically and psychologically, including cardiovascular disease and anxiety. The impact of these stressors and strains on human health is greatest when they are chronic, confusing and controlling.In Psychology, researchers classify the different types of stressors into four categories, namely:


Crises / disasters

The main events in life

Daily troubles / small stressors

Ambient stressors

Crises / disasters[edit]

This type of stress trigger is unpredictable and unpredictable, and is beyond the control of individuals.Examples include natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, and wars. Although these triggers are rare, they cause a great deal of stress in human life. A Stanford University study found that the number of people affected and stressed increases after natural disasters.


Big events in life[

Common examples of life events are: marriage, university enrollment, the death of a family member and the birth of a child]]. These events may be positive or negative. Research has shown that major life events are rarely the main causes of stress, due to their rarity.[The length of time since the event occurred and the fact that it is a positive or negative event are factors that may or may not cause stress. The researchers found that events that occurred over the past month were generally not related to stress or illness, while events that occurred more than once over the past month were related to stress or illness.In addition, Positive Life events are not usually associated with stress, and if they cause it, this stress is generally minor and insignificant. While negative life events may cause stress and major health problems.


Everyday troubles


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