Stress Management

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Stress Management : 

Stress Management Training Topics: Introduction Ways to improve your attitude Stress Management Techniques Action-oriented skills: Action-oriented skills Emotion-oriented skills Acceptance-oriented skills

Stress Management : 

© 2008 MMMTS Stress Management MMM Training Solutions Contact: Pramila Mathew Mobile: +91 98409 88449 Website:



What is Stress? : 

© 2008 MMMTS Stress is a reaction to a basic threat and the basic threat is the perceived inability to cope. The reaction to stress is a unique personal experience, triggered by our unique personal perception of the world. The perception factor is that mysterious variable that can often make “one man’s poison another man’s pleasure”. How we perceive life is so often determined by the way we perceive ourselves. Reality is not made for us, but by us. What is Stress?

Reaction to Stress : 

© 2008 MMMTS The manner in which you choose to interpret, react to and handle a perceived stress can very often be far more damaging to you than the actual stress could ever be on its own. Reaction to Stress Men are disturbed not by the things that happen, but by their opinion of the things that happen. Greek Philosopher – Epictetus


© 2008 MMMTS TYPES OF STRESS Eustress- Positive. Distress – Negative. Commonly known as stress.

Causes of Harmful Work Stress : 

© 2008 MMMTS Causes of Harmful Work Stress No formal stress-care awareness policy Inconsistent, poorly trained management Inconsistent management communication Poor management/colleague relationships Unhelpful approaches/attitudes to stress Source: Stress Busters– Stress Survival by Robert Holden

Causes of Harmful Work Stress : 

© 2008 MMMTS Causes of Harmful Work Stress Unwritten objectives and unclear goals Feeling undervalued and unappreciated Insufficient employee consultation Unrealistic workloads/time schedules Poor time management/organization skills Source: Stress Busters– Stress Survival by Robert Holden


© 2008 MMMTS MANAGING STRESS Our goal is not to eliminate stress but to learn how to manage and use it to help us.

Managing Stress : 

© 2008 MMMTS Managing Stress Become aware of your stressors and your emotional and physical reactions. Recognize what you can change. Reduce the intensity of your emotional reactions to stress. Learn to moderate your physical reactions to stress. Build your physical reserves. Maintain your emotional reserves. Learn to Respond, Not React

Steps to Building a Positive Attitude : 

© 2008 MMMTS Steps to Building a Positive Attitude Change Focus, Look for the Positive. Make a Habit of Doing it Now. Develop an attitude of gratitude. Get into a continuous education program. Build positive self-esteem. Stay away from negative influences. Learn to like the things that need to be done. Start your day with a positive. Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Step 6: Step 7: Step 8: Source: © 1998 Macmillan India Ltd., Author: Shiv Khera

Stress-Aggravating Foods : 

© 2008 MMMTS Stress-Aggravating Foods Sugar Salt Fats Additives Caffeine Alcohol

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© 2008 MMMTS Vitamin A Brewers’ Yeast Vitamin C Iron Zinc Iodine Calcium Ginseng Evening Primrose Oil Selenium Molasses Chlorella Stress-Helpful Foods

Stress-Friendly Diet : 

© 2008 MMMTS Eat fresh foods Eat regular meals Eat slowly Resist the temptation to overeat Eat a variety of foods The acid/alkaline balance Fluids Snacks Fiber Stress-Friendly Diet

Tips on Handling Stress : 

© 2008 MMMTS Tips on Handling Stress Work smarter, not harder. Carry reading material with you. Accept that time will be spent on activities outside your control. Don’t dwell upon things not done. Record daily activities, achievements, goals, sources of delay, and time waste to realize hidden opportunities.

Tips on Handling Stress : 

© 2008 MMMTS Tips on Handling Stress Always maintain a short-task list. Continually ask yourself, “What is the best use of my time right now?” Be physically active to relieve tension. Make quick decisions. Carefully mix work & breaks. Have a positive attitude. Relax.

Contact Information : 

Contact Information MMM TRAINING SOLUTIONS 59/29, College Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai – 600006. Landline: +91-44-42317735 Website: Pramila Mathew - Training Consultant and Executive Coach Mobile: +91-9840988449; E-mail: Vikas Vinayachandran - Training Consultant Mobile: +91-9840932894; E-mail:

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