Stress Essay

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In this globalization Stress is an inevitable part of our daily life. Seven out of ten adult in United State say they experience stress or anxiety daily, and most say it interferes at least moderately with their life. Stress can be defined as a body's reaction to changes that require physical, mental, or emotional adjustment or respond. Many things can trigger this response, including change. Change can be positive or negative, as well real or perceived. They may recurring, short-term, or long term and may include things like commuting to and from school or work every day, traveling for early vacation, or moving to a home. Other than that, changes can be mild and harmless such as getting award, winning competition or riding a rollercoaster. Some changes are major, such as marriage or divorced, serious illness, or a car accident. In some cases, changes can be extreme, such as exposure to violence, can lead to traumatic stress reaction. Some research shows that, more people reported physical and emotional symptoms due to stress then they did in previous year, and nearly half reported that their stress has increase in the past year. It's impossible to eliminate, but we can limit the impact of stressful situation by learn manage stress, and most people usually do. According to a research done by Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) in online poll, shows that 14 percent of people make use of regular exercise to cope with stress. Others reported talking to friends or family (18 percent); sleeping (17 percent); watching movies or television (14 percent), as well as eating (14 percent) and listening to music (13 percent). While all these are well-known coping techniques, exercise may be the one most recommended by health care professionals. And all among the ADAA poll takers who exercise, a healthy percentage is already on the right track: walking

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