Stress is a part of day-to-day living of every individual. College students may experience stress in meeting the academic demands, people on the job, businessmen may suffer work related stress as well as stress due to lack of self and family time, the home makers may experience stress in managing home affairs and domestic help.
The reasons for the stress differ from person to person. The stress people experience should not be necessarily treated as harmful. An optimum amount of stress can act as an energizer or a motivator and propel people towards meeting their objectives. But a high level of Stress can be a serious threat to the personality traits of the Individual and can cause physiological, psychological and social problems.
Stress health and well being are all connected. There are different types of stressors and can affect ones body and health.
Stress can be managed if we understand the reasons that cause stress and the level of stress. We should also try to estimate if we could bring about any change in the environment that can subsequently reduce stress.
We at IPSSR help you understand your stressors and your emotional and physical reactions to it. This is followed by ways to bring about a change to reduce the stress, moderating the emotional reactions and thus the physical reactions, leading to a psychologically fit and physiologically healthy state.