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Occupational / Job stress: Job stress can be defined as the harmful physical and emotional responses that occur when the requirements of the job do not match the capabilities, resources or needs of the worker (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, US Department of Health and Human Services). To know more about Job Stress click here…

Family stress: Family stress can be defined as a real or imagined imbalance between the demands on the family and the family’s ability to meet those demands.

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Stress due to irrational thinking

Education / Career stress

Financial stress: Serious financial difficulties can lead toa lot of dystress. Financial worries may stem from a salary too low to meet the daily lifestyle necessities, any family member losing a job leading to a reduction in the total family income. Financial stress may also be triggered by unplanned expenses, excessive debts or sudden unexpected expenditures like heavy medical bills, sudden repair and maintenance of property etc.

Physiological stress

Post traumatic stress

Child stress