Title: get addicted so you will have pressure

Title: Some Trendy Stress Strategies for
College Students and Others

Description: Are you aware of stress strategies that
increase your stress day-by-day. Here we have mentioned some stress strategies
mainly for college students & also for others.


Some Stress
Strategies for College Students and Others


Stress is a physical response. When
stressed, the body think it is under attack. It is the war one reacts
physically, mentally and emotionally to the various conditions. Stress is the
debilitating effect caused by constant pressure both at work and home are a
modern phenomenon. Almost any change in the environment even a pleasant change
such as picnic or vacation demands some stress and little stress is useful in
helping us to adapt-or-adjust, sometimes a person gets used to the change or
reorganizes himself for such conditions. He develops suitable ways to overcome
changing conditions, as his/her motivational property of certain emotions. Such
adaptive behavior adds color and spice to living and adds pleasure to our
lives. But beyond some point, stress becomes the distress. What acts to produce
distress varies greatly from person to person. We civilized members of western
culture, think of ourselves as rational beings (means balanced and reasonable)
who go about satisfying our motives in an intelligent way. Most of our affairs
of everyday life are tinged with feelings and emotion like joy and sorrow,
excitement and disappointment, love and fear, attraction and repulsion, hope
and dismay, all these and many more are feelings, we often experienced in the
course of a day. When our emotions are too intense and too easily aroused, they
can easily get us into trouble and make us as miserable as if we were sick with
fever. As the severity of life-crisis increases from mild to severe,
susceptibility to illness rises progressively.


Stress Factors and Suggestions


Today, it is very common for many
students to aim at unrealistic goals they want to work in order to achieve the
goal. But it is not such strain and hardship in unrealistic goals result
sometimes in serious disease. Smoking, drinking use of caffeine drugs in modern
lifestyle damages the body. It makes a person addict or get addicted so you
will have pressure to smoke and drink and when such pressure is prolonged, will
result in serious disease.

Stress is an individual response to
the demand for change. On a college campus, she/he is continually bombarded
with many demands to change-

– Her/his behavior

– Her/his academic performance.

– Her/his major choice and career

– Her/his values


Faced with these demands, he may
seek to resist changing himself, while also trying to manage the stress so that
it does not manage him. Stress is not a diagnosis but a process happening over

Stress is an internal state and it
can be caused by physical demands on the body-








1.       Disease conditions

2.       Severe exercises or hard work

3.       Living conditions – in hostel

4.       Noisy surroundings

5.       Shortage of facilities

6.       Travel to college

7.       Bad food in canteen

8.       Inadequate learning facilities



1.       Competition for post graduate seats

2.       Changes in methods of study

3.       Unpredictability of examinations

4.       Too many tests / examinations



1.       Inability to speak in public

2.       High expectations of parents

3.       Staying away from family

4.       Trouble from senior students

5.       Inadequate financial support

6.       Change in personal habits.



1.       No time for personal hobbies

2.       Not accepted by other students

3.       Conflicts with colleagues

4.       Fear of failure

5.       Indifferent behaviors of teachers

6.       Staying away from home




In this article,
the stress only means mental stress. From a psychological point of view, stress
is a recognitive and behavioral experience process constituted by mental stress
sources and mental stress reactions together. Stress sources refer to factors
causing stress reactions, including biological stress sources, spiritual stress
sources, and social and environmental stress sources.