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And a first step in controlling stress is identifying the stressors.
Remember that not all stressors are bad, but identifying the good and bad stressors in your life will help you to prioritize, learn stress techniques and in some cases get needed help before the stress leads to physical or emotional harm.
Some of the stressors teens deal with include the following: Interestingly enough, a study called “Shifting the Lens: A focus on stress and coping among East Baltimore African American adolescents” found that out of list of 16 stressors, the five stressors most frequently felt were “school work (78%),parents (68%), romantic relationships (64%), friends’ problems (64%), and younger siblings (64%).” The five stressors that the youth cited as causing the most worry included “school work (68%), parents (56%), friends’ problems (52%),romantic relationships (48%), and drugs in the neighborhood (48%).” Friends and family are both cures and causes for bad stressors so it can work both ways.
The first one normally to temporarily shut down is your body clock, and this usually causes sleeplessness.
The second one is in charge of energy levels and that will cause a decrease of wanting to get things done.