INTRODUCTION Joint pain is very common and can affect almost all joints i.e knee, shoulder, ankles, feet and hands. As you get older, painful joints become increasingly more common Many a times joints pain is perceived which comes from other structures of body like tendons,nerves,bones etc and sometimes psychological problems may lead to pain. So appropriate diagnosis is essential by experienced specialists for the proper treatment. True joint pain (arthralgia) is due to the disorder within joints per se, may be associated with inflammation (inflammatory arthritis). The most common symptom of joint inflammation is pain.
The environmental factor is a reaction of things around us that is caused by stressful life like worries, crowding and pressure from work and family. As a result, stressful life is caused by environmental factor. According to Gonzalez (n. d.) stated a person who started walk into work already laden with stress. The most common example which increases stress is fatigue and overwork. This kind of stress is accumulated over the time and it can take a dangerous toll on our body.
According Campbell and svenson (1992) when viewed from the negative aspects of stress or stress is too high it can negatively impact the health and academic performance. Positive stress helps us to become aware of and encouraged us to face the challenge and help us solve the problem. Therefore, the stress among students is an alarming phenomenon that various parties and it should be dealt with first identify the causes of
An imbalance in this mechanism, when coping is important, gives rise to the experience of stress, and to the stress response” (Cox ,1978). To rephrase it in simpler term, stress is what you go through when you believe you can’t cope effectively with a certain situation. If you see an incident or situation as only lightly challenging, you will probably feel only a little stress; however, if you face a threatening situation or event. Stressors, which means situations and pressures that create stress, exist in various ways such as a noisy environment. Apparently, stress has a lot of impact on physical and mental health.
The nature of clinical education presents challenges that may cause students to experience stress. Moreover, the practical components of the program which is important in preparing students to develop into professional nurse role by its nature have made the programme even more stressful than other programmes. The various factors associated with stress among nursing students: 1. Environmental factors: Perceived stress due to change in living environment, inadequate telephone facilities, inadequate provision of safety and security in the world, inadequate facility of canteen/mess, lack of recreational facilities. 2.
These physical changes increase your strength and stamina, speed your reaction time, and enhance your focus. The workplace had become a high stress environment in many organizations cutting across industries. Employees were experiencing high level of stress due to various factors such as high workload, tight deadlines, high targets, type of work, lack of job satisfaction, long working hours, pressure to perform. Interpersonal conflicts at the workplace, such as boss-subordinate relationships and relationships with peers, were also a source of stress. (Kumar & Rooprai, 2009) According to experts, stress is a burst of energy that basically advises you on what to do.
Many jobs today are based on spending hours and hours on computers The computer is an important tool for many different jobs and activities, for adults, teenagers and even children. However, using a computer for long periods of time can increase the chance of developing an injury. If the computer is used inappropriately, muscle and joint pain can develop, and overuse of the computer can cause injuries all the way from the shoulder to the hand, including the arm and wrist. It can also affect the eyes as they become strained. With most jobs now using computers this is affecting a wide sphere of people, who are currently spending eight or more hours a day, five days a week on the computers.
Stress has received so much attention in the past few decades of research and studies. This is due to its large impact on the lives of human being as it primarily affects our daily adaptation and functioning. Stress has also been largely associated with adverse effects on mental health and physical health of people. Due to these adverse effects on human health, the capability of an individual to function socially and cognitively is impaired. The impacts of stress should be handled well by the person affected because this could lead to worse outcomes if the person was unable to use the proper coping mechanisms.
ABSTRACT Stress in the workplace is widely recognized as a major problem faced by people all over the world, in particular the Indian scenario. A number of nascent companies are offering some form of stress management intervention to all their employees. Stress in the workplace acknowledges the role of genetics and environment to some degree; but the type of health promotion arising from this set of beliefs focuses on individual behaviour. Consequently, the workplace is seen as an influence on health in its own right. The attention heretends to be on the organisation and design of work in both its physical and psychosocialdimensions.