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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 STRESS Stress is the process by which we perceive and respond to certain events called stressors, that appear threatening or challenging to us. How do we respond? Managing Stress Women are most likely to respond to stress by nurturing each other, while men are more likely to pull away socially and turn to alcohol or drugs. Type B Type A Easy going, relaxed people are much less likely to experience stress related illnesses, especially heart disease, than their Type A counterparts. Competitive, aggressive, and impatient people are more likely to experience stress related problems from the negative emotions they constantly feel. Studies show that people who are good with managing stress live longer lives. This supports the belief that stress ages people. Our health is influenced by the psychological, neural, and endocrine processes. All of theses impact our immune system and can be affected by stress. Therefore, managing stress well can improve one's health and wellness. PNI: Health and Wellness Stress puts people at a greater risk for coronary heart disease, cancer and even AIDS. When responding to stress, you either are ready to "fight" or are looking for a way out, "flight". General Adaption Syndrome GAS General Adaption Syndrome 1. Alarm2. Resistance3. Exhaustion The ability to cope with stress depends on age, gender, and personality type. Ways to manage stress include: ~Regular Exercise~Healthy Diet~Practicing Optimism~Avoiding Caffeine and Sugar~Getting Enough Sleep
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