Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about stress management. There are many different ways we might describe stress, which is a complicated phenomenon.
Yet, when you combine them, it essentially comes down to wear and tear from regular living. The term “stress management” covers a broad range of methods and psychotherapies for reducing overall stress, particularly chronic stress. Effective stress management will enable us to assist one another in releasing the grip that stress has on our lives.
Finding the root of one’s stress is the first step in stress management. This might be challenging since we frequently fail to recognize our own stress-inducing emotions and ideas. We must examine ourselves carefully and accept responsibility for our part in causing or perpetuating stress if we are to find the cause. It’s essential to consider stress as a necessary component of one’s job and to avoid characterizing it as irrational or anxious energy.
It’s important to learn how to say no and to stick to your decisions, stay away from stressful individuals, communicate your feelings, adjust to the stressor, reframe issues, lower expectations, see the bright side of things, and schedule time for enjoyment and relaxation. You may also take a stroll, phone a buddy, or spend time in nature. Never give up as long as it makes you happy.
By using relaxation techniques that cause our bodies to go into the relaxation response, which is the opposite of the stress response, we may manage our levels of stress. These methods can help us heal ourselves and develop resilience when routinely used. Thank you.