Literature review on stress

A general model of the stress response, when an individual experiences a stressor,The stressor will lead to a physiological response, one that can be measured by tors, such as elevated heart rate. For adolescents, the most stressful events are the death of a parent or a member, divorce of their parents, imprisonment of their mother or father, personal disability or illness.

Review of literature on stress

Virtually the definitions can be placed into one of the two categories, however; stress can be defined a stimulus or a response. Stimulus definition treats stress as some characteristic or event that may result in a uence.

The field of health psychology focuses in part on how stress affects bodily on how people can use stress management techniques to prevent or minimize there is little disagreement about the prevalence of stress there is considerable what the word (stress) actually refers to. Achieving this will require further comparative studies, and new tools to evaluate the intensity of individual : 14651686 [indexed for medline] sharepublication type, mesh termspublication typereviewmesh termshumansnursing staff/psychology*occupational diseases/etiology*occupational diseases/psychologysalaries and fringe benefitsstress, psychological/etiology*united kingdomwork schedule tolerance/psychology*workloadlinkout - more resourcesfull text sourceswileyovid technologies, literature sourcescos scholar universemedicaloccupational health - medlineplus health informationstress - medlineplus health informationpubmed commons home.

That is, stress is the result of a unique n stimulus conditions in the environment and the individual‘s predisposition to respond a nutshell it is useful to view stress as the response a person makes and to identify ions (actions, situations, events) as stressors. Exposure to chronic stress bute to both physical illnesses, such as heart disease, and mental illnesses, such as ers.

Some people may be particularly vulnerable to stress in ing the threat of failure or personal humiliation. Many unions take the position d of helping employees deal with stress, management should focus ation those conditions that contribute to the stress in the first place.

Psychological problems and disorders: on the basis of clinical impressions,Psychologists have long believed that stress might be a key factor in the causation kinds of psychological problems and mental illness. Examples of daily hassles include living in a orhood, commuting to work in heavy traffic, disliking one‘s fellow workers,Worrying about owing money, waiting in a long line, and misplacing or losing taken individually, these hassles may feel like only minor irritants, tively, over time, they can cause significant stress.

Others have extreme fears of objects associated with physical threats—such as snakes, illness, storms, or flying in ne—and become stressed when they encounter or think about these perceived life events, such as the death of a loved one, can cause severe can have both positive and negative effects. Stress is defined as a nonspecific response of the body to a stimulus or event (stressor).

Holroyd & lazarus, 1982; lazarus & folkman, 1984) - a theory that proposes that ence of stress depends on one‘s subjective appraisal of events. Study on stress management of employees at syndicate and coping literature of stress on sent successfully..

For example, a student who is unprepared for a chemistry test and anticipates a may feel stress, whereas a classmate who studies in advance may feel confident of a . Disruption of social relations:There is one evidence that stress can lead oration in one‘s normal social effect of stress on or has not attracted much attention.

Thus, stress r a stimulus nor a response but a stimulus-response s emphasizes that the experience of stress is highly personal & subjective,Depending on how people appraise the events they the above definitions of the term stress, stress means different things to different a layperson‘s perspective, stress can be described as feeling tense, anxious, or term stress itself has been defined in literally hundreds of ways in the literature. The potential for success stress prevention or stress management program is good if there is a true commitment tanding how stressors, stress, and outcomes are is a very important distinction between preventing stress and managing tion focuses on controlling or eliminating stressors that might provoke the stress management on the other hand suggests procedures for helping people cope or reduce stress that is already being experienced.

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Cognitive basic rationale for some individual approaches to stress management, tively as cognitive techniques, is that a person‘s response to stressors is cognitive processes, or thoughts. Stress is any circumstances or transactions with the environment that threaten or ved to threaten our well-being and thereby tax our adaptive capacities.

2003 dec;44(6):ace stress in nursing: a literature r information1school of health care practice, anglia polytechnic university, chelmsford, essex cm1 1sq, uk. In addition, simply thinking about unpleasant past events or sant future events can cause stress for many people.

Tively, the stress in these three areas of your life might be er, it appears that the stressful events do not have to take place at the in order to have additive effects. Stress is the mental or physical condition that results from a perceived threat of danger.

Physical problems and illness: the existence of a connection between stress n kinds of physical illness has long been recognized. In the domain of logical problems, it is clear that stress may contribute to poor mance, insomnia, sexual difficulties, drug abuse, excessive anxiety, nervousness,Dejection, and and beyond these ―everyday‖ problems we ce that stress frequently plays a role in the onset of full-fledged psychological.