Stress is the feeling we have when under pressure, while stressors are the things we respond to in our environment. Everyone feels stress at sometime in their week. I’m also aware that stressing sometimes is the only way some of us get assignments done, but wouldn’t you like to finish something in time without a little stress?
There are many signs known signs of stress. A lot of these signs are physical. Some responses are headaches and body pains, emotional it can be through fear or sadness, and mental one can suffer from anxiety.
The major issue with stress is that it has the ability to change the whole body and how it functions in this state, and it really becomes a problem when it’s hard for the body to go back to its natural state after a load of stress.
It’s certainly coming to that time of the year where everyone is walking around talking about how they are stressed from this class to that class, and no to mention the stress that we encounter throughout the day with personal issues in life.
For greater peace and comfort we all must learn how to manage stress.
As a college student I constantly search for ways to reduce stress, because I know stress and I don’t get along. One thing that has been very beneficial to eliminating the level of stress I endure has been avoiding procrastination. A lot of people like to say they are the best when it comes to procrastinating but the truth is it’s way more stressful. It also helps when you set certain goals for yourself to meet by a deadline to cut down on being stressed.
When dealing with stress it’s important that you take care of your body. You can do this by getting a little exercise in, and exercising can also improve your mood. Here are some helpful tips for exercising when dealing with a high level of stress.