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A Study On Stress Management At Andaal Match Industries, Kaveripattinam


Stress is a part of day-to-day living of every individual. The college students may experience stress in meeting in academic demands, people on the job, Business men may suffer stress to reach office in time and to complete the projects on time and even the household ladies may experience may experience stress in managing the home affairs and to look for the maid servant. The reason for the stress differs from person to person. The stress people experience should not be necessarily treated as harmful. An optimum amount of stress can always act as an energizer or motivator and propel people to apply the effort and complete the work. But a high level of stress can be series threat to the personality traits of the individuals and can cause physiological and social problems.

What Is Stress?

Stress is a term that can mean different thing to different people. It is important, therefore, to understand exactly what the target of any stress initiative should be.

“A certain amount of the stress is necessary to motivate people “– How often have we heard management trying to justify stress in those terms? What they are doing is confusing the issue by mixing terminology. Many things at home and at work, can put someone under pressure and a certain amount of pressure can be seen as motivational. In looking to tackle the problem caused by work stress, we are nut aiming for a pressure free environment.

That would be both unrealistic and probably, would in itself cause stress to some people. Pressure become stress as dealt with in this guide , when they reach the level at which people feel they can no longer cope with those pressures. Stress is a feeling that’s created when we react to particular events. It’s the body’s way of rising to a challenge and preparing to meet a tough situation with focus, strength, stamina, and heightened alertness.

Effects Of Stress

The body’s reaction to dangerous pressure is automatic- it is similar to our response to any perceived danger. If we are under threat, mentally or physically, our body reacts in a split second, to prepare us to stay and fight or to flee as possible:

  • Adrenalin and noradrenalin is released.
  • Our pupils dilate to improve our views of the danger our muscles
  • Extra glucose can be released from the liver to improve energy.
  • Sweating increases to cool the body.
  • Clotting agent increases in the blood stream to defend against
  • The heart pumps blood faster rounds the body.

Obviously, not everyone under stress at work will exhibits all or even any of these symptoms but managers should be aware of the early symptoms of stress, to enable them to identify individual in need of assistance.


Title – A Study On Stress Management At Andaal Match Industries, Kaveripattinam

Author – Raghu.v

College – Karpagam College Of Engineering 

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