The Definition For Stress

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The Definition For Stress https://drthomaslodi.com/the-definiti… The definition for stress can be explained as friction happening internally with an object. When there is tension on an object, it causes stress. An endocrinologist named Hans Selye first started using the term stress for physical objects. My definition for stress is simply “you don’t like what is”. Originally, the word stress was referenced for a physical object only. The word was never used in psychology, only physics. Let’s review the difference between someone being inspired versus stressed. Let’s take the example of a normal regular person being placed at the base of Mt. Everest and then they are told they have to climb it. This everyday person is going to be stressed. In comparison, a seasoned rock climber in the same position would be thrilled. Now, these two individuals were placed in the same position where one person is stressed, and the other is calm. Stress is nothing but a perception. The word “stress” is now part of our daily language. People don’t even think about it means. Everyone walks around saying, “I’m so stressed out”. Society somehow thinks they have developed a condition of some sort as a result of stress. Stress is more like a contributory and not a cause. We have a comprehensive, extraordinary, and effective cancer care program. The mind-body relationship is a key part of our program.    • Stilling The Mind In Meditation      / @drthomaslodi  

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