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  • 1. Stress doesntdiscriminate andthe intensity of itspresence andmanifestations ina persons lifecan cause mentaland physicalillness.

2. Those that cause distress, which occurs when people experience unpleasant stressorslosing a jobDead of a love oneNatural catastrophes 3. Thos e t hat c aus e eut r es s whi c h r es ul t f r om pos i t i v e ev ent s , s uc h as : get t i ng a new j ob, buyi ng a hous e or hav i ng a baby 4. High levels of stress can inflict seriously damaging the health of mind. As consequence, many people suffer from insomnia, poor concentration and depression. 5. Endocrinology systemDuring stress the adrenal glandsrelease vitamin C, together withhormones into the blood. When aperson experience stress,epinephrine (hormone that signalsthe liver cells to release glucose)acts quickly to ensure that all thebody cells have energy fuel inemergencies (Whitney and Rolfes) 6. Immune SystemWhen the immune system becomes ineffective are the cancer cells able to multiply. Chronic stress can hamper the immune system, and this might affect the bodys 7. Th pictuescontainedinth str pictue testar u to e r is ess r e sed testth l ofstr aper canh e. Lookatth e evel ess son andle pictue l b owandtake note ofw atyoucanob ved.r evel el hser 8. I f t he f l oor l i ke obj ec t sc ont ai ni ng i n t hi spi c t ur e ar e s pi nni ng f as tt hen i t c an be as s umedt hat you dont handl es t r es s v er y wel l .I f t he obj ec t s m e s l owl y ovt hen you s houl d be abl e t om e eas i l y deal wi t hors t r es s 9. Sl ow and deepbr eat hi ng s l owshear t r at e andl ower s bl oodpr es s ur e, r el axesm c l es ,usi nc r eas esdi ges t i on, andi m ov es i m une pr mf unc t i on(Cont r ol -H v ar dar 10. Laugh laugh.laugh.laugh Ac c or di ng t oSt r es sCont r ol ,r es ear c heshav e f oundt hatl aught erboot s t hei m une ms ys t em 11. Optimist tend to do better than pessimist when copying with coping with stressful situations.They are more likely to put a positive spin on stressors, look for ways to make the best of a bad situation.(Stress Control Report) 12. Pos i t i v e Ps yc hol ogy r ec om endsm s om e r el axat i on t ec hni ques : c ogni t i v e r es t r uc t ur i n g and j our nal wr i t i ng as wel l as em phas i z i ng 13. The style of life in ourindustrial societyincreases the risk ofstress, and theproliferation of majordiseases as cancer,cardiovascular diseases,gastrointestinal disorders. 14. The industrial and cyber society ofthe millennium is growing andchanging constantly, for manypeople trying to meet with thedemand is devastating, it willproduce negative effects to themind and body. 15. For these reasons,practicingtechniques ofrelaxation and tomaintain a positiveand optimistattitude is veryimportant. 16. Promise yourselfTo be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mindTo talk health, happiness and prosperity to every person you meetTo make all your friends feel that there is something in themTo look at the sunny side of everything and make your optim com true ist eTo think only the best, to work only for the best and to expect only the bestTo be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your ownTo forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater achievements of the futureTo wear a cheerful countenance at all tim and give every living creature you m sm es eet ileTo give so much tim to the im e provem of yourself that you have no tim to criticize others enteTo be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear and too happy to perm the presence of ittrouble. 17. Saundra K. Ciccarelli, and J. Noland White. Psychology 2nd. New Jersey, Pearson Publications 2006. Print.Stress Control (Harvard Special Health Report). May 2006 p37(5)Whitney, Eleanor Noss, and Rolfes Sharon Rady. Fundaments of Nutrition. Cengage Learning, 2011. Print.