PHYSICAL AND MENTAL EFFECTS OF STRESS ON WORKING WOMEN-A CRITICAL STUDY
Nutan Bhagwan Maghade, Dr. Amardeep P. Asolkar
Department of Education, MGM University, Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad)
Stress is a coping mechanism for whatever we encounter as fear. Stress is the fight-or-flight response to fear and helps the individual determine how to respond to a stressful event or stimulus. There must be some tension to know your limits and capabilities. However, excess stress is distressing to people and can cause individuals to collapse. Stress comes from internal, external or a combination of both. External factors include family differences, professional and academic pressures, and money. Low self-esteem, negative mind-set, and rigidity are internal causes. It can develop into any of the following forms such as acute stress, transient acute stress, or chronic stress. Common factors include excessive sweating, lack of clarity of thought, self-confusion, anger, and anxiety. Recognizing and being alert to triggers and finding healthy alternatives are two important ways to avoid stress. Although there are some tests and investigations to diagnose the condition, a detailed discussion with a qualified professional leads to the most appropriate diagnosis. Treatment includes a combination of medication, counselling, and alternative therapies and lifestyle modifications.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)
Published on : 2023-09-13