Tuesday, May 3, 2011


erm..rini mud xbape nak baeks la korunk...esok aku ade paper calclus..ouch!memang stress giler nak hadapi exam esok!
dr pagy td pas exam aku xmakan..kemain agy konon2 syg mase..yelakan mase itu kan cm nak p makan pon aku ase buang mase!kena study!hehe..poyo x?tak poyo la..~ dh lewat2 petang cmnie aku ase macam dh xley nak handle dah stress aku!ase otak aku dh karat penuh ngn ilmu math nie..alahai..konsep2 die banyak giler??xley ker konsep2 tu jadi cam konsep2 lagu?hehehe~

so dalam aku dok study2 depan laptop ni..tangan aku ni jari2 manis aku ni pantas je click akt search engine " stress " and kuar la satu site yg cite ape tu stress!
hehe..layan jap site tuh!
erm..moga2 aku dapat hadapi exam exok dgn tenang and tidak stress!itu yg penting~
so doakan aku kawan2 sekalian..~
sume2 i <3 u...~

ni kenkonon aku cmnie la..stress sgt dah nie!
share siket ngn korunk info pasal stress!korunk jgn stress cam aku taw..hehe~
stress ni ade dua..bad and good stress!dulu mase kelas stress and coping..aku ade belaja dah benda nie..mane stress yg lebey penting n stress mane yg bagi stress kat stress agy satu..korunk paham?kalo x mey la amek notes kat den bagi paham..hehe tapi xpe..aku dh share info sebab stress ni k..korunk just read about it..interesting!

Good Stress and Bad Stress
            The stress response (also called the fight or flight response) is critical during emergency situations, such as when a driver has to slam on the brakes to avoid an accident. It can also be activated in a milder form at a time when the pressure's on but there's no actual danger - like stepping up to take the foul shot that could win the game, getting ready to go to a big dance, or sitting down for a final exam. A little of this stress can help keep you on your toes, ready to rise to a challenge. And the nervous system quickly returns to its normal state, standing by to respond again when needed.

            But stress doesn't always happen in response to things that are immediate or that are over quickly. Ongoing or long-term events, like coping with a divorce or moving to a new neighborhood or school, can cause stress, too. Long-term stressful situations can produce a lasting, low-level stress that's hard on people. The nervous system senses continued pressure and may remain slightly activated and continue to pump out extra stress hormones over an extended period. This can wear out the body's reserves, leave a person feeling depleted or overwhelmed, weaken the body's immune system, and cause other problems.

What Causes Stress Overload?
            Although just enough stress can be a good thing, stress overload is a different story - too much stress isn't good for anyone. For example, feeling a little stress about a test that's coming up can motivate you to study hard. But stressing out too much over the test can make it hard to concentrate on the material you need to learn.
Pressures that are too intense or last too long, or troubles that are shouldered alone, can cause people to feel stress overload. Here are some of the things that can overwhelm the body's ability to cope if they continue for a long time:
  • being bullied or exposed to violence or injury
  • relationship stress, family conflicts, or the heavy emotions that can accompany a broken heart or the death of a loved one
  • ongoing problems with schoolwork related to a learning disability or other problems, such as ADHD (usually once the problem is recognized and the person is given the right learning support the stress disappears)
  • crammed schedules, not having enough time to rest and relax, and always being on the go
            Some stressful situations can be extreme and may require special attention and care. Posttraumatic stress disorder is a very strong stress reaction that can develop in people who have lived through an extremely traumatic event, such as a serious car accident, a natural disaster like an earthquake, or an assault like rape.
Some people have anxiety problems that can cause them to overreact to stress, making even small difficulties seem like crises. If a person frequently feels tense, upset, worried, or stressed, it may be a sign of anxiety. Anxiety problems usually need attention, and many people turn to professional counselors for help in overcoming them.

Signs of Stress Overload
People who are experiencing stress overload may notice some of the following signs:
  • anxiety or panic attacks
  • a feeling of being constantly pressured, hassled, and hurried
  • irritability and moodiness
  • physical symptoms, such as stomach problems, headaches, or even chest pain
  • allergic reactions, such as eczema or asthma
  • problems sleeping
  • drinking too much, smoking, overeating, or doing drugs
  • sadness or depression
   Foods that speed up stress:
  • coffee
  • alcohol
  • sweets
  • salty food
  • fat foods
  • dairy products
  • beef and red meat
  • margarine
  • spicy food
so korunk kalo nak tawu lebey lanjut ley la click STRESS 
so korunk ley dapat maklumat yg lebey selamat berilmiah aryni readers..hehehe~

1 comment:

  1. dalam stress ko tuh sempat laks ko mengap date ko punyer blog kn? ishk2 gud lux malam nie!!!!! hahahahah seksa aku dah lepas.....