International Journal of Psychology Research

International Journal of Psychology Research


International Journal of Psychology Research
International Journal of Psychology Research
Vol. 4, Issue 1 (2022)

Stress and coping with stress


Ramesh Mahadev Tambat, Nishath Fathima, Abrar Poonekar, Sindhu Shree N, Jeet Bahadur Moktan

Stress is your body's reaction to being under pressure from a circumstance or occurrence. It could be an emotional, mental, or bodily reaction. Stress is unavoidable; we must learn to live with it and successfully handle it, if not cope with it. Stress is best characterised as a syndrome caused by multiple factors with a wide range of manifestations ranging from mild to severe within the physical and mental framework of the human body. Stress can have a variety of impacts on the body, ranging from changes in homeostasis to life-threatening effects and death, depending on the nature, timing, and severity of the applied stimulus. Many diseases and pathological situations are made worse by stress, which can be a triggering or aggravating factor. Stress and sickness have a complicated relationship. Susceptibility to stress differs from one person to the next.
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Ramesh Mahadev Tambat, Nishath Fathima, Abrar Poonekar, Sindhu Shree N, Jeet Bahadur Moktan. Stress and coping with stress. International Journal of Psychology Research, Volume 4, Issue 1, 2022, Pages 1-7
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