Stress can make students fail courses and go through an emotional breakdown.
There are many causes, effects and coping ways that deal with stress.
In academic writing it is necessary to be able to express the relationship between causes and their effects, or effects and their causes. The language of cause and effect is highlighted in higher rates of obesity.
According to a study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (2009), Australian adults who use the internet frequently are 1.5 to 2 times fatter than those who never use computers.
How Stress Affects Health This can affect how an individual feels, think and behave.
Signs and symptoms can include sleeping problems, loss of appetite and difficulty concentrating. Although stress cannot be avoided there are ways to adapting to it effectively.Stress can be caused in the working and even in the academic environment which is why the aim of this annotated bibliography will advise on how to manage and cope with stress in an academic environment from different authors and researchers with the conclusion of whether it is a useful advice and tool for reducing and relieving stress symptoms.Importance of Stress Management It is important to know how to manage stress in academic life as it is learning about how to balance work and academic life.Some causes of stress for college students are the workload, family issues, and the pressure of friends Stress Among College Students Leaving home for the first time and going away for school can be very difficult for some people.In many cases for college freshmen this is their first time being away from their home and parents.It is also important for students after graduating and creates self-awareness such as weakness in them.Tummers (2013) suggest that effective stress management can have a positive impact on health to prevent psychological and mental health illnesses.The following research and studies will explain in detail of how their theories and findings can conclude to adopt such strategies to reducing and relieving stress.One of the authors, Lund, H works at Virginia Commonwealth University in Virginia in the Psychology Department, Reider, B and Prichard, R are from University of St.And be sure to get plenty of sleep and eat a healthy, balanced diet.Avoid tobacco use, excess caffeine and alcohol, and the use of illegal substances.