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STRESS by Mind Map: STRESS

1. Proper nutrition

2. 1. Good communication

3. Develop emotional intelligence

4. Strain to the physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing

5. MUSCLE

6. Say it out (say 'no')

7. Personality traits

8. Emotional

8.1. Anger

8.2. Depression

8.3. Anxiety

9. - Physiological Responses

10. SENSORY HYPERSENTITIVE

11. Internal

11.1. Thoughts

11.2. Emotions

11.3. Feelings

12. Obsessive behaviour

13. Better coping Strategies

14. DEFINITION

15. STRESS RESPONSE

15.1. - Psychological Responses

15.2. - Behavioral Responses

16. ALTERATION OF ENVIRONMENT AND LIFESTYLE

16.1. Eliminate bad habit

16.2. Time management

16.2.1. Proper sleep habit

16.3. Problem solving technique

16.4. Conflict resolution

17. HOW TO CONTROL STRESS HORMONE (BIOLOGICAL RESPONSES)

17.1. Meditation

17.1.1. Yoga

17.2. Breathing exercises

17.3. Progressive relaxation techniques

17.4. Physical exercises

18. AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM STIMULATION

18.1. RESPIRATION

18.2. SKIN

18.3. GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT

18.3.1. HEART

19. VULNERABILITY TO STRESS

19.1. Internal Resources

19.1.1. Defense mechanisms

19.1.2. Coping skills

19.2. External Resources

19.2.1. Economic standing

19.2.2. Support system

20. STRESSOR

20.1. Challenges -> Threat -> Fear -> Losing Control

20.2. External

20.2.1. Economic

20.2.2. Social

20.2.3. Physical

20.2.4. Environmental

21. ALTERATION OF PERSONALITY OR PERCEPTION

21.1. Assertive training

21.2. Cognitive restructuring

21.2.1. Thought stopping

21.2.2. Refutting irrational ideations

21.3. Mature defense mechanisms

21.3.1. Intellectualization

21.3.2. Rationalization

21.3.3. Sublimation

21.3.4. Isolation

21.4. Modifying type A personality

21.4.1. Perfectionist

22. CONFLICT RESOLUTION

22.1. Actions to solve conflict

22.1.1. 3. Ability to express views

22.1.2. 2. Understand the issues

22.1.3. 4. Generate options

23. TYPES

23.1. Acute

23.1.1. Pressures of recent past

23.1.2. Anticipation of future problems

23.2. Episodic

23.2.1. Chaos in life

23.2.2. Life in crisis

23.2.3. Negativity everywhere

23.2.4. Pessimistic perspective

23.3. Chronic

23.3.1. Daily life occurence

23.3.2. Past traumatic experience

23.3.3. Feedback loop triggers further stress

24. SYMPTOMS

24.1. Muscular

24.1.1. Headache

24.1.2. Back pain

24.1.3. Stomach pain

24.1.4. Digestive system problems

24.2. General discomfort

24.2.1. Sweating

24.2.2. Heart palpitations

24.2.3. High blood pressure

25. SOURCES

25.1. Real

25.2. Perceived