Regarding to Sathya Devi and Shaj Mohan (2015), stress arises when the combination of internal and external pressures exceeds the individual’s resources to cope with their situation. In this research, the researcher defines stress as a pressure that face by individual mentally and physically that lead them to depression in their life. Elias, Ping, and Abdullah (2011) found that undergraduate students have moderate levels of stress with a mean stress score 926.39 and standard deviation 288.38. They also found that students of medicine and health have the highest stress level. Their result support recent report of Dyrbye and colleagues (2006) which is stated that medical students have high risk of depression disorders and anxiety disorders compared to the general population.
Everyone encounters mental stress from day to day, from major life events to daily hassles. In this paper, both negative and positive effects of stress exercised on human physiological health is investigated. Effects of stress on the immune system, role as a cancer accelerator, pain inducer and cardiac disease initiator is researched upon. Although there are a number of researches supporting both positive and negative effects on human bodies, it is clear that stress can pose severe and even lethal effects on the human body when humans are exposed to stress for a long time. Stress can have an adverse impact on one’s immune system.
Conceptual Analysis of a Feeling of Dyspnea Among Cancer Patients I. Introduction Dyspnea is a symptom accompanying unbearable pain, which appears in cancer patients with a high frequency. It impairs patients' quality of life (QOL) severely by affecting their physical function, social life, and will to live negatively. Therefore, it is not enough that dyspnea is treated simply as dysfunction or clinical symptoms. Especially in the case of cancer, patients sometimes experience dyspnea due to psychological factors such as anxiety and depression without accompanying physical changes of the body (Doyle, Hanks & Mac, 1998).
There is a high rate of substance abuse in healthcare workers because they can easily access drugs, or controlled substances. Due to the excessive use of these drugs, healthcare workers feel depression, inconsistency, emotionalism, absenteeism, and violence in their behavior which can cause risk of accidents and reduce their power of functioning and productivity. The case study declared that healthcare workers have poor health and depression issues because most of them do not able to handle multiple tasks and long working hours, which caused depression and health issues and at the great extent that some of them prefer to switch the job or even some workers commit
Question 1 Everyone experiences stress in their day to day lives, many cite the workplace as a main cause for their stress due to intense workload, long hours and uncertain job expectations (Avey, Luthans & Jensen, 2009). Stress can be defined as a pattern of emotional and physiological reactions which occur in response to various demands, which can be internal or external of an organization (Greenberg, 2011). Symptoms of stress result in causing suffering to an individual, which affects absenteeism and productivity levels. Stress can also result in lower levels of job satisfaction, self-esteem, motivation, depression and heart disease (Giga, Cooper & Faragher, 2003). A recent stressful experience I have had this year is working long hours,
The causes and stages of stress diverge from one individual to another. No one is free from stress, regardless of their socio-economic status, intelligence and physical/mental strength. Every person will be confronted time to time with changes, frustrations, conflicts, and losses which eventually contribute to stress. In order to understand stress in humans at least three points of view exist; in regards to whether stress is genetically transmitted or acquired
Based on my opinion about "the pressure is in the eye of the beholder," Yes, I agree, a little stress is good for us. This is because there are many negative consequences to us if the problem continues to stress on our daily lives. Stress is part of life, however, stress is inevitable in everyday life, and the pressure cannot be allowed to run away because the implications are huge. People who are under extreme stress often cannot control you. Thus, if we were under pressure, try to resolve it as quickly as possible.
2. Literature Review Introduction Doyle (2013) describes the hospital working environment as complex and demanding with the ability to pose significant risks to staff safety. He goes on to say that the impact of poor occupational health and safety management does not only affect staff, but may also impact the patients they are treating. The Bureau of Labour Statistics (2011) published that the likelihood of injury or illness resulting in days away from work is higher in U.S based hospitals than in the construction and manufacturing industry, although these two industries have been traditionally thought to be relatively hazardous. With this in mind, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (2013) contends that implementing safety
Workplace climate and workload were determines of BOS, intensive care units (ICUs) are characteristic by a high level of work related stress a factor known to increase the risk of BOS high rates of severe BOS were reported in ICU nurses as early as 1987 BOS is associated with decreased well – being among nursing staff members, decreased quality of care and costs related to absenteeism and high turnover all of which have particularly devastating consequences in the ICU. Few studies have addressed the prevalence and determines of BOS in ICUs. Nervousness, backaches and belly aches). Burnout is also related according to hopelessness, will in conformity with depart ones job among