College and school is a new and exciting time, but it can be overwhelming. Among all of the new experiences, and learning and growing opportunities available in a college or school environment, many may lead to unhealthy levels of stress which hinder student abilities to socialize and to achieve their academic goals. Recognizing the sources of stress is important in preventing it from becoming unmanageable or debilitating.
Relationship also can be considered as main cause of stress that student having today. Relationships with friends and significant others can be stressful, either because they're inherently unhealthy or because they're threatened by external sources of stress. Teenagers and young adults are still developing emotionally, and maintaining or dissolving a relationship can be especially taxing.
Physical cause of stress also one of the reason where student end up in stress disorder because college students often adopt unhealthy eating habits, sacrifice sleep for extensive studying and social activity, or consume alcohol and other substances as part of their regular activities, their physical health can become compromised. Students who are chronically tired or do not feel well because of these contributing factors will find that their performance or attendance in class suffers. They also have less energy than healthier students to devote to academic and social concerns, which results in their need to take more time to perform tasks and study for classes. The excessive time required to achieve their goals can become an additional contributor to stress.