A negative energy and factors that affect the individual behavior, emotional, physical, mental conditions. 2. By staying away from it and doing he things I love/like like for example hobby: cooking, eating, photography and modeling 3. For me, stress IS quantifiable. It only gets worse if you don’t know how to handle it. 4. Stress can be ruled out if a person is optimistic and strong enough to handle it. 5. F-sighting stress is a must because this factor will lead us to failure or downfall. 6. By doing things you like or love -Maintain positive outlook in life -Stay away from stimuli if possible -ask or talk to someone about it _ p ray ; *Significance of the study* -Students. The students will be able to benefit from this study since they will e able to know what are the signs and symptoms of stress and how to respond and deal with this. -Parents. Parents will be able to benefit from this study they can have enough knowledge about this factors signs and symptoms and how to respond and deal with stress.
They will be able to know its causes and learn to recognize them through brought to a stressful life so that they can have enough time to relax, as one of the solutions to deal with stress. -Teachers. Teachers can benefit from this study because through this, they would find ways to prevent a stressful life as they deal with their dents with full and overload works throughout the day they can also have time to correct sings and symptoms and causes of stress through their everyday struggles with their students -School.
The institutions, the school will be benefited by establishing some program and activities that can red cue teacher’s and student’s stress. -Community, the community will benefit this study because they can implement or establish some community outreach programs and activities that can reduce stress to people in a certain community. *Scope and limitations of the study* A. Coverage of the Study this research was done in Marigold National High School specially in IV-A (TV) section that covers 10 selected students through survey. B.
Subject -the research and the 10 selected fourth year students in section IV-A(TV). This study will utilize 10 respondents, through survey method and questionnaires. C. Research Instruments -the research instruments used to gather data is through survey method and questionnaires, the questionnaire consist of parts: First, the personal information, such as the name, age etc and the second part is the questionnaire where the students will answer some questions for the study D. Duration of the Study -this research study is limited only for 1 week. Definition of key terms* * Adrenaline -a pair of hormones produced by the medulla of the adrenal glands that panes that organism for emotional stress by increasing blood pressure and blood sugar level ;k Chronic -long lasting deep-seated stress * Pessimism – the tendency to expect worst or to stress, the worst aspect of things/the belief that he world is fundamentally evil. * Stress -normal physical response to events that make us upset -the state of an elastic body under conditions of strain expressed inattentively as forced applied per unit area. * Stresses -pressure and situations that cause stress.
Acknowledgement -In this research would like to acknowledge my parents in supporting me in this paper. Would acknowledge my friends in the names of Mercy Dance Barracuda and Marianne Hostler in helping me in this research and most of all Mrs.. Mae A. Zebra my adviser because of her I’ve learn many lessons about my research I am so thankful that she is my adviser. Abstract -our study explores the Influence of age and experience on stress and depression and the relationship between stress and depression among omen information technology (IT) professional in Achaean, India.
The present study aimed (1) to find out the level of stress and depression experienced by women IT professionals, (2) to understand the impact of age and experience on stress and depression, and (3) to study the relationship between stress and depression. The study was conducted in Channel, India with a sample of 500 women IT professionals. The sample selection was done by a convenience sampling method. The data collected were analyzed using descriptive one-way analysis of variance and Person’s correlation test.
Rest Its showed that the women IT professionals experience moderate level of overall stress and stress dimensions. This study also reveals that 84% of the respondents experience medium level of depression and also suggest that age and experience significantly influence the overall stress and depression experienced by the employees. Our study shows that there might be a strong relationship between overall stress and depression. Introduction -Stress is common problem that affects almost all of us at some point in our lives.
Learning to identify when you are under stress, what is stressing you, efferent ways of coping with stress can greatly improve both your mental and physical well being. This course provides you with some basic information on stress and some simple recommendations for dealing with stress. It is not intended to take the place of advice from a physician or counselor, but it can be the first step in deciding how to manage your stress and increase your well being.
The index below lists the different sections of this course. To take the course and learn more about stress management, click on the link at the bottom of this page titled “Begin: Class l: What is stress As you continue, each section f the course will link to the next section at the bottom of the page. If you have any questions about this course, about stress management in general, or about other services offered by the Mountain State Centers for Independent Living, contact the center nearest you.
Related Literature Stress is a part of life, but too much stress is a partner of death. We can avoid excessive levels of stress by consciously choosing occupations, dwelling places, and general life styles that are inductive to health maintenance. (Essentials of Psychology and life 10th Edition Zanzibar, page 372) Psychologies use two definitions of stress. One meaning focuses on a typical environmental conditions (Stress or agents) the other concerns of an individual’s responses to those situations.