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describe three signs or indicators of stress
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Updated 4/23/2012 3:19:47 AM
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4 indicators of stress.
1.1 - Anger: You may not be a candidate for going postal, but if you find yourself fighting anger or even having the occasional outburst, it's time to stop and think. Have you always fought this battle? Most of us have not, so this out of character reaction could be a signal.
2. 2 - Appetite Problems: People under stress have one of two reactions in the appetite department. Some of us will automatically overeat and eat comfort foods
3.3 - Insomnia: While all the other things on this list are something you have to figure out for yourself, insomnia is the one thing that most of my clients tell me about as a symptom of stress.
4. 4 - Isolation: For me, this is the scariest symptom. It can indicate that my client has gone from stressed to chronic depression, and may be well on the road to suicide. If you are turning away from friends and family, if you are avoiding things that used to bring you joy, you are in need of immediate help.

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describe two examples of circumstances or situations that cause you to feel stressed
Weegy: Work-related stress can cause psychological, emotional, physical and behavioural problems. Because everyone reacts to stress in different ways depending on their personality and how they respond to pressure, symptoms may vary. [ However, some common psychological symptoms include: feeling that you can't cope being unable to concentrate lacking confidence a loss of motivation and commitment disappointment with yourself 2.Feeling like there are too many pressures and demands on you? Losing sleep worrying about tests and schoolwork? Eating on the run because your schedule is just too busy? You're not alone. Everyone experiences stress at times — adults, teens, and even kids. But there are ways to minimize stress and manage the stress that's unavoidable. ] (More)
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Updated 10/25/2013 6:00:28 AM
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The two examples of circumstances or situations that cause you to feel stressed are ;
1. Daily Hassles ; The majority of causes of stress that we face on a day-to-day basis are not as extreme as life events. The day-to-day causes of stress are called daily hassles; they are those daily, minor irritations such as misplacing our car keys, traffic jams, minor arguments with family/colleagues, etc.
2. We tend to think that stress is solely caused by external events, situations and people, yet this is not strictly correct. Research has found that the Transactional Model of Stress is more accurate. This model says that stress is caused by a transaction, ie there is an interaction between the stressor, our view of the stressor and our perceived ability to cope with it. Its our own internal beliefs, attitudes, interpretations, perceptions and other factors, in combination with the external events that tend to create stress.
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