Stress Management is an approach in combination with various techniques, to control and reduce personal stress levels and improve daily functioning.
Stress is a personal imbalance between demands and resources. It emerges when pressure occurs. Stress Management is the ability to control and reduce this imbalance. The most common factors / situations for the creation of stress (stressors) are conflicts, the way people are treated, unclear expectations, poor communication, workload and cooperation.
Stress Relieve Management Techniques like scientific based models (i.e. the Lazarus Transactional model), methods and exercises deal with many different disciplines, from behavioral aspects to leadership, communication and business processes. There have been lots of scientific and practical studies on Stress Management for a learning point of view.
What are the most known and used Stress Management techniques, models and methods? What are their success stories and practical tips when you apply these? These posts are all about great Stress Relieve tools that can help you to achieve your goal or understand certain aspects that come with managing Stress.
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In 1979, with his Job Demand Control Model, US sociologist Robert Karasek presented an assessment of stress and stress factors in the work environment (labour intensity) and health promotion in the workplace.