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Stress monitor and stress prevention

Stress on the rise

All of the things that happen in our lives tend to affect the intensity of stress, which most of the times has the tendency to befall us out of the blue. This is especially true in the recent couple of years, which were filled with economic controversies and downfalls, all of which had its effect on the lives of the most common people in the sense that due to increased redundancy and similar social complications, the stress levels just kept on rising. But not only this, it is becoming more and more complicated to control the stress once it occurs. In order to be able to establish balance and control over the stress that troubles a person, one needs to take some steps that have the potential to facilitate it. These steps include the following phases:

  • Monitoring one’s stress (levels) is something that slips many minds. By keeping constant track of one’s stress and managing it in a manner most proper, the person in question will ultimately be able to take hold of the stress firmly once and for all. Failure to do this ultimately leads to irritation, depression and complete withdrawal into oneself thus losing that needed energy and the drive to keep going in one’s life.
  • Recognizing stress and its sudden increase in intensity is extremely important, particularly if one wants to take full control of it prior it seizes complete control over the person in question. The first step is to get to know the most prominent manifestations of stress such as increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, fast pulse rate, sweaty hands etc. But there also exist such people who, despite the fact that they are familiar with the above manifestations, are simply unable to take control of stress. The best solution for them comes in the form of stress monitors.
  • Reducing the stress by immediate action is also important because once you feel that the surge of negative stress is near, it is the best time to act. If a person has worked continuously long shifts or on a project that takes away a lot of time on a daily basis; if stress is starting to take over; as well as if the stress monitor has switched from the green to a red - these are all indicators that one needs to stop what s/he has been doing and take up some other relaxing activity for a while. 

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