Stress Management Essay

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Assignment: To analyse the Stress management, specifically to study workplace stressors existing among various teams in BITS Embryo and suggest a few steps to reduce those stressors.

“Without stress' class='brand-secondary'>stress, there would be no life.”
-Hans Selye

What is Stress actually? Hans Selye, the noted stress researcher, once said, “Stress is a scientific concept which has suffered from the mixed blessing of being too well known and too little understood. Physicians, psychologists, biologists, engineers, and students may each have a different meaning in mind when they talk about stress”. One useful definition of stress is that it is a demand made upon the adaptive capacities of the mind and body.
But what is occupational stress? According to the current World Health Organization's (WHO) definition, occupational or work-related stress is the response people may have when presented with work demands and pressures that are not matched to their knowledge and abilities and which challenge their ability to cope.In the following experiment we will explore specifically workplace stressors among various teams in BITS Embryo with the help of a questionnaire and a few statistical parameters.

BITS Embryo is a project to foster strong collaboration of BITS students and BITS faculty with the alumni and friends of BITS Pilani through lecture series and collaborative projects. This page of the assignment includes the procedures used in ...

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...s these things could only make you hold yourself back from sleeping.
 Exercise. Moderate amounts of exercise can actually help your mood. You will have more energy and require less sleep.
 Eat healthy foods. It could certainly lower your stress level. Furthermore, eating your meals properly at the right time can do so much wonder to your weary mind and body. Never ever skip meals. Even if you are on the rush going to work, never ever skip breakfast. Eating breakfast contribute a lot in making you totally rev up and brisk for the entire working day.


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