Stress Time Management Research Paper

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If you were asked about stress, what was your reaction? If someone talked to you about stress, what would you think or say? Perhaps, you will simply say that stress is tension, depression, or pressure. Most people would agree that stress is an importance and pervasive component of contemporary life. If you were asked, almost everyone including students would say that their lives are very stressful and usually they cannot handle their stress very well.
Thus, what is stress? Stress is a term used mostly in physics to mean strain, pressure, or force on a system. When used in relation to the body cells, it describes the effects of the body reacting, that is, the buildup of pressure, the strain of muscle tensing (
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Actually, time management is a form of life management controlling our life means controlling our time and controlling our time means controlling the events in our life (Jeffrey A.Kottler, David D.Chen. 2011). We can get the moral values about time management in Surah al-‘Asr (The Time) that is means, “Verily! Man is in loss, except those who believe and do righteous good deeds, and recommend one another to the truth, and recommend one another to patience”. So, we can say that time is the most important thing for human being and nothing else really belongs to us. That is why, we must know how we spend our time wisely and there is one ways to solve this problem, make a time-table. Through that, we can arrange how much time you devote to certain activities in 24 hours per day. Practically, we can spend our time whatever we want within reason. We can be productive because there is really no such thing as ‘wasting time’. Since we can choose to use it in anyway we want. In time table, we must write all the things we do from the moment we awake until the moment we go to sleep. Every time we must record our time, activities and any quick thoughts or feeling about what we are doing or not doing. After that, we must write some notes and about what we learned from these activities (Jeffrey A.Kottler, David D.Chen.

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