Power Your Mind Technique
Manage Stress

Stress is manageable, workable, and reversible.

What is Stress

Stress is the non-specific response of the body to any demand placed on it. Stress can create feelings of conflict and/or anxiety within an individual. Stress can be due to demand from outside situations & inside situation. Some stress is easily identified, such as increased financial responsibilities; while other stress, such as negative feeling that one must earn properly, may go undetected. If stress is not identified and resolved, it can progressively decrease one's ability to function.

Stress is a natural reaction by the body that happens when a part of the brain perceives a threat. The problem with this natural survival reaction is that the brain cannot tell the difference between positive and negative events and is constantly ready for action irrespective of whether the threat is real or imagined.

The body's response to this constant readiness for action creates symptoms of stress. An example is muscular tension resulting from the frequent increase of level of adrenaline (a body chemical). The body is designed to dissipate this adrenaline physically, through fight or flight, but these options are not possible in a work or family situation. No-one can run away from a difficult meeting or an interview with a new boss, however much they might want to.

The result for some people can be significant symptoms of stress which appear over time due to constant exposure to stressful situations and actions.

Stress has become an integral part of everyday life. Each and every person is under the grip of stress starting from a child to an adult. Stress takes an entry in different forms but it alters the normal functioning of a person.

We cannot eliminate stress but, we can learn to manage it in our life.

The stress response of the body is meant to protect and support us. To maintain stability or homeostasis, the body is constantly adjusting to its surroundings. When a physical or mental event threatens this equilibrium, we react to it. This process is often referred to as the "fight or flight response." We prepare for physical action in order to confront or flee a threat.


Some stress is positive and creates diversity and challenges in life. Positive stress can keep motivation and creative responses at their highest level. Stress persisting or “distress” results in debilitating anxiety that affects one's overall mental, emotional and physical health.

What are the signs and symptoms of stress?

Like physical signs, emotional symptoms such as anxiety or depression can mask conditions other than stress. It is important to find out whether they are stress-related or not. In either case, the following emotional symptoms are uncomfortable and can affect your performance at work or play, your physical health, or your relationships with others:


Symptoms of Stress

  • Sleep disturbances
  • Back shoulder or neck pain
  • Tension or migraine headaches
  • Cramps, heartburn, gas
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • DisordersConstipation, diarrhea
  • Weight gain
  • Hair loss
  • Muscle tension
  • Fatigue
  • High blood pressure
  • Asthma or shortness of breath
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Palpitations
  • Chest pain
  • Cold hands or feet
  • Skin problems (hives, eczema, psoriasis, tics, itching)
  • Periodontal disease, jaw pain
  • Reproductive problems
  • Immune system suppression
  • More colds, flu, infections
  • Growth inhibition
Emotional symptoms

Like physical signs, emotional symptoms such as anxiety or depression can mask conditions other than stress. It is important to find out whether they are stress-related or not. In either case, the following emotional symptoms are uncomfortable and can affect your performance at work or play, your physical health, or your relationships with others:

  • Nervousness, Anxiety
  • Depression, Moodiness
  • "Butterflies"
  • Irritability, Frustration
  • Trouble Thinking Clearly
  • Feeling Out of Control
  • substance abuse
  • Phobias
  • Overreactions
Relational symptoms

The antisocial behavior displayed in stressful situations can cause the rapid deterioration of relationships with family, friends, co-workers, or even strangers. A person under stress may manifest signs such as:

  • Increased Arguments
  • Isolation from Social Activities
  • Conflict with Co-Workers or Employers
  • Road Rage
  • Domestic or Workplace Violence
  • Over Reactions
  • Frequent Job Changes

Stress depletes neurotransmitters

In handling daily stress the brain uses feel good transmitters called endorphins (opiods)… When large amounts are needed to handle stress, the ratio of many of the other transmitters, one to another, becomes upset creating a chemical imbalance. We begin to feel stress more acutely -- a sense of urgency and anxiety creates more stress. Harmful chemicals are released in our bodies that do damage, causing more stress. We call this vicious cycle the "stress cycle." Emotional fatigue can result, and be experienced and felt as depression. The body responds to emotional stress exactly as it responds to physical danger. Without our being aware of it, usually not feeling it at all, our bodies are continuously reacting to emotions such as frustration, irritation, resentment, hurt, grief and anxiety -- responding to these mental and emotional struggles with a primitive physiological "fight or flight" response designed to prepare our bodies to face immediate danger.

Almost all the body functions and organs react to stress

Your body responds to stress with a series of physiological changes that include increased secretion of adrenaline, elevation of blood pressure, acceleration of the heartbeat, and greater tension in the muscles. Digestion slows or stops. Within 24 to 48 hours after a stress-anxiety-anger reaction, major physical symptoms can and do occur.

Stress creates an excellent breeding ground for illness

Increased adrenaline production causes the body to step up its metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates to quickly produce energy for the body to use. The pituitary gland increases its production of andreno corticotropic hormone (ACTH), which in turn stimulates the release of the hormones cortisone and cortisol. These have the effect of inhibiting the functioning of disease fighting white blood cells and suppressing the immune system response. This complex of physical changes known as the "fight or flight" response is also the reason that stress can lead to nutritional deficiencies.

Long-term stress is particularly dangerous

Continual stress eventually wears out the body. Consider the fact that only a few of the veterans, Russian or German, who fought during the siege of Stalingrad lived to age 50. Few lived to 45, and most died soon after their 40th birthdays. All of these individuals suffered extreme stress 24 hours a day for more than six months.

Are you under stress?

If you are undergoing “Stress” lately…here are some tips that summarize signs and symptoms to determine if you need to take time out from work and relax a little bit…


Effects of stress

On your body

On your thoughts and feelings

On your behavior

Chest pain


Decreased anger control, marked by sudden outbursts with little provocation

High blood pressure


Increased smoking

Muscle aches, such as back and neck pain


Crying spells

Grinding teeth

Mood swings

Job dissatisfaction


Lack of concentration


Stomach cramping or bloating




Tendency to blame others for how you feel


Weight gain or loss

Tendency to see only the negative aspects of people and situations


Skin problems, such as hives




If you have any of these symptoms…then

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