Relieving stress in human beings

Easing stress in human beings
Alleviating negative stress
Negating stress
Neutralizing stress

There is increasing concern that stress contributes to health problems, absences from work, and reduced motivation in a large variety of occupations.

Doctors say 43 percent of adults suffer some health problems from stress.


The UNHCR in 1992 identified a series of measures to enable people to cope with stress. They included: making positive statements to oneself; redefining a distressing task, usually be removing the emotional element; reducing the stress by narrowing the focus; rationalizing the event, or reactions to it; addressing stress symptoms; reframing the stress symptoms; talking oneself into a helpful response; recognizing alternative ways of coping with the stress; self-acceptance of outside pressures that may limit performance.


Well-managed stress can be a good thing. It can motivate and excite us.

Constrained by:
Extending working hours
Mankind Human
Psychology Stress
Type Classification:
B: Basic universal strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 1: No PovertyGOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being