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Amnesia Essay

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Table of contentsPreface................................................................ 3Introduction...................................................... 4What is stress...................................................... 4What are the causes of stress............................... 4What are the effects of stress.............................. 5How to manage stress......................................... 6Conclusion.......................................................... 7Bibliography....................................................... 8PrefaceWhat is stress? What is the cause of stress? What are the effects of stress? How to manage stress? These questions will be answered in this ...view middle of the document...

php]What are the effects of stress?Stress can affect the human body in many different ways. Some of the effects of stress on your body, your thoughts and feelings, and on your behavior:[4: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/145855.php]Effects on your body:- Back pain - Chest pain- Headache - Sleeping difficultiesEffects on your feelings:- Anger - feeling of insecurity- Sadness - Problem concentrationEffects on your behavior:- Eating too much - Eating too little- Drug abuse - Sudden angerHow to manage stressIf you have a lot of things to do and you don't know if you can finish it in one day then you have to make a plan each day, and this plan should help you to organize your day. This plan should consist of time for work , relaxation, and making time for exercise. [5: http://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/tips-for-everyday-living/how-to-manage-stress/managing-pressure/][6: Manktelow, James. Manage stress: take back control in your life. London: DK Pub., 2007. Print.]These are some examples how to manage stress:Exercise - scientists proven that exercise has a very large effect to our mental and physical state, and it will help you to manage...

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