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Apa itu "STRESS"?

Hehehe..Article yang aku rasa amat berguna untuk kita kalau kita stress..
Stress boleh menyebabkan kita overeat dan kita akan menjadi gemuk..huhuhu.. takut weii!!.
Kalau yang "comel" macam aku ni, bertambah comel lah jawabnya!!

Baca lah kalau korang nak baca!!Aku dah baca pun..

Stress Management Training

Stress Management for When the Going Gets Tough

Stress Management -  I'm NOT stressed!

When the Going Gets Tough - The Tough Get Going

Well so they say - and that is probably okay for a week or maybe even a month, but 100% full-on for much longer and you will probably end up looking like our poor chap here.

The thing with pressure is that we all handle it differently.

A traffic jam on the way to a meeting to one of us might be a rare opportunity to catch up on that new play list on the iPod.

To another one of us, we will be reaching for the mobile to reply to that text your other half sent this morning.

And some of us will be ranting at the traffic, the lights, the government and life in general.

Even Over Stressed People Do a Lot

Repeat, We Do a Lot!

Try this:

Stress Management - Work Overload! Have a quick scan of all the things you did this morning from when you woke until mid morning at work?

Now do it again: remember all the small things that go 'under the radar' - that last minute wash so you have a clean shirt for tomorrow, dropping the keys off to a neighbour to let in the plumber - the everyday stuff - lots and lots of essential tasks - and then on top of all that we have our work.

Now imagine that 'thing' that crops up unexpectedly - it could be an important presentation that a client requests at two days notice, or the proposal you have been working on comes back for a further edit or maybe something at home - someone gets sick and needs you there….

Stress Management - 61% of employees are suffering from stress

Stress Management - Kill Me Now..! Since the middle of last year the Britain under Pressure report from Friends Provident claimed 61% of employees say they are suffering increased stress compared to three years ago.

That is almost two thirds of the people working at Friends Provident. And it's not just them, many of us may have seen colleagues edged out or made redundant.

If you put a frog in a pan of cold water and slowly turn up the heat - he won't jump out. It's like that with stress - we don't notice the gradual build up of pressure.

Stress Management - Aware and dying!

Stress Management - National Facts and Figures

Some Facts and Figures about Stress in the workplace from the National Institute of Occupational Stress Management - So much to  do...no time for lunch..! Health and Safety:

• 40% of workers reported their job was very or extremely stressful.
• 25% view their jobs as the number one stressor in their lives.
• Three fourths of employees believe that workers have more on-the-job stress than a generation ago.
• 29% of workers felt quite a bit or extremely stressed at work.
• 26 percent of workers said they were "often or very often burned out or stressed by their work".
• Job stress is more strongly associated with health complaints than financial or family problems.

Stress can be a killer

Stress Management - Stress at work can be a killer! This material is drawn from a US study, however Health and Safety Consultant Helen Toll, on behalf of Norwich Union Risk Services says: "Stress doesn’t just affect the individual, it can have a detrimental impact on a business as well. It can lead to high levels of sickness absence, increased staff turnover and poor morale."

It seems that not only can stress have a negative impact on health but it can also reduce our effectiveness!

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How Stress Affects Our Bodies

How Stress  Affects the Body

What is Stress?

Stress is the body's natural response to intense situations that require some action on the part of the individual. Some stress, called eustress, is good. Some say that it can actually improve the immune system. Bad stress, however, weakens the body's immune system, and intestinal disorders may develop or become more severe. It can manifest as fear, anxiety, anger or depression.

Stress & Your Colon

The colon is very responsive to stress and is easily disrupted when the hormones are activated. Negative emotion of bad stress becomes a problem for the body if it persists. It can cause the production of the stress hormones including corticosteroids, which can accelerate or restrict the movement of waste through the colon.

Over time, negative emotion stress can lead to increased appetite, thus giving your colon excessive food to process. This can lead to unwanted weight gain as well.

Busy, stressed people have a tendency to put off going to the bathroom. Withholding bowels is a seriously bad practice because it can lead to constipation which brings about a toxic colon condition.

Busy people tend to skip meals or eat on the go which is not good for proper digestion. They often times maintain a fast food diet of too much meat and fats, and not enough fruit, vegetables and fiber. A regular, healthy eating schedule helps to promote regular bowel movements.

Amplifying the Effects of Stress

Inadequate amounts of exercise and lack of sleep are two factors that affect stress levels. Follow the process. The lymphatic system aids in the elimination of waste materials by cycling waste out of and nutrients into cells. It gets is power from exercise. Without proper exercise the lymphatic system can't do it's job so the body is retaining those toxins, and depression can follow. Depression can diminish the urge to exercise. And so the cycle turns on itself. Also, lack of exercise increases constipation by allowing bowels muscles to become weak. This lessens the chances for complete waste elimination.

Lack of sleep disrupts the appetite regulating hormones, allowing people to overeat. It causes people to make poor food choices leading to the consumption of empty food stuff, lacking proper fuel and nutrients, and adding more toxins to the colon. Also, sleep deprivation causes the body to produce more stress hormone which can cause or aggravate bowel disorders, like constipation and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Traumas on the job can cause the colon to malfunction. It's not only the mental stress of monotonous repetition on the job, or the deadlines that can stress your body. Improper posture or spinal misalignment can overload the colon and impair the digestive process.

Vacations are important because they give people time to regroup and regenerate themselves away from stressors of work. As Americans, we allot the least amount of time to vacation of all the other industrialized countries. And the employees in other countries have a comparatively better health record.

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