Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Top 10 Stress Facts!

1. Everybody experiences stress.
2. Stress levels will vary by person and their individual interpretation of the particular stressor. Most stress is self-perpetuated by inappropriate behavior or lifestyle choices.
3. The more severe the stress event, the longer it will continue to cause stress and the more physical and psychological damage it will cause to the body (heart attack, high blood pressure, anxiety, etc).
4. Almost everyone will complain of stress and wear it as a "badge.
5. The overwhelming majority of people will do very little to actively manage or reduce their stress levels by using proven stress management programs or techniques because it involves time, effort, and continuous self-discipline. Behavior change is hard and takes time.
6. Most people will utilize "harmful", negative behaviors to combat their stress levels, which only compound the problem (drinking, smoking, drugs, etc.)
7. The majority of people suffering from severe and chronic stress will eventually end up in their primary care doctors' office/hospital to treat their real or perceived physical symptoms as a result of their avoidance of engaging positive and proven stress management techniques.
8. The saying that: "You can pay me now or pay me later" will apply to all who ignore treating their stress with proven stress management techniques.
9. There is not a recorded medical case in history where an individual was sent to a doctor's office because they lived a lifestyle of exercise, relaxation, proper diet and nutrition, and "mindful" living!
10. Your mind is the most powerful mechanism in the known universe and when you learn how to use it properly, it can be programmed for good health, positive living, and happiness!
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Resolve Headaches said...

I completely agree.As each of us go through stress more or less we each deal with it in our own little way.But all we need to do is understand our mind and try to calm it and keep it under good control.

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Anonymous said...

Very Interesting!
Thank You!

GardenTubLover said...

Totally agree with all of that. Spot on.

Alicia said...

This topic is relevant right now. So many people are affected by it and we all need these resources to cope with it better. Mindfulness is most helpful as we progress we need to be mindful of our thought and responses to the stressors. Every one is dealing with some form of stress, even children. Thank you for your post.

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Julia Rymut said...

Thanks for the article, it was good to hear that other people out there are concerned about stress. Besides the mental reprogramming aspect of dealing with stress in our modern life there has also been more studies into the wear and tear on our system due to the sheer amount of adrenaline that we are producing from stressful situations. It's nice to know that others are trying to educate about this subject, thank you.

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