Physiological Effects Of Stress Essay

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The Physiological and Physical effects of stress
Stress is a major thing in our daily lives and can affect people of different sex, ages and even situation. Stress can also be both, a good thing and a bad thing, more so it can lead to both physical and psychological health issues." Some stress can be beneficial at times, producing a boost that provides the drive and energy to help people get through situations like exams or work deadlines says Mr Baum, A (1). He also went on to say that negative stress affects people such as their immune, cardiovascular, neuroendocrine and central nervous systems. Stress can cause headaches, sweating and sometimes even compulsive eating disorders. (2) In some cases emotion of stress can affect the body in such way that it
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Ten relevant examples to relieve stress.
1. Napping powers can reduce stress- grade 12 student’s need those naps due long schedules that stress students out. This is especially if they have been missing out on sleep due to those long schedules of work at school or are at home.

2. Visualization- This can help you calm down and also helps you to disconnect from what stressing you. Therefore it helps you prepare presentations and stress less.

3. Exercise- One of the best ways to get rid of stress is to exercise regularly. Students exercise in their schedules by doing yoga, running, walking or going to gym and even riding a bike.

4. Breathing exercises- When your experiencing stress a person does not think properly .So the best thing to do is to breath in and out which relieves stress and is effective before exams or tests.

5. Progressive Muscle Relaxation – This can be used during tests also as before bed as it relieves stress. This method includes tensing and relaxing all muscles until you’re fully relaxed. With continuous practice, you can release stress from your body in a short period of

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