Helping the Audience with Stress Management Techniques

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  • Topic: Chronic stress, Stress management, Relaxation technique
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Stress management
PURPOSE: TO HELP THE AUDIENCE WITH STRESS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES. THESIS STATEMENT: STRESS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES HELP THE MIND AND BODY COPE. INTRODUCTION:
I.Attention Getter: We’ve all had many days where everything seems to go wrong A.While getting ready for work you spill coffee on yourself and all over the bathroom. On the way to work you get pulled over for speeding. At work it seems like you’ve got a sign on you that says…give it to “me” I’ll do anything. Finally off work, you just want to get home, and in front of you for the next 15 miles going 10 miles per hour with their blinker on is the worlds most careful driver. You get home finally to sit and relax.....and the house is a mess II.Personal Credibility: I have had many of the these days. A.I am faced with stressful situations daily and I am continuously trying to use stress management techniques that will help me deal effectively. III.Preview:

A.First I will define stress
B.Secondly I will show some of the causes and natural responses. C.Finally I will give some stress management techniques to help us relax. Transition- lets begin by defining stress.
I.Definition of stress:
A.According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary stress is defined as “constraining force or influence: as a physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension and may be a factor in disease causation.” B.“a state resulting from a stress; especially: one of bodily or mental tension resulting from factors that tend to alter an existent equilibrium.” Transition-now lets look at some of the things that can cause stress. II.Causes of Stress:

A.The origin of stress can be from frustration, life changes, conflict, lack of control, and uncertainty.
a. In my question to the audience of their 2 main stressors, the top answers were: kids, work, money, school, co-workers, and ignorance.
b. These support the origins in that they can all tie in to frustration,...
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