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Health Diary Review Analysis Introduction This paper will consisit of a literature review and analysis of a health diary that is two weeks in the making The diary is my own I am a 21 year old collegiate student and athlete at a major university Literature Review According to my reference people deal with stress in two major ways The first is where people like to keep their problems or stress to themselves These people were found to be more likely to stay stressed out longer than a person who wants to talk and release The people who tend to leave it in as we say are found to be more likely to have more mood swings The effects of not releasing their stress or anger makes the person sort of mentally exhausted in a way The stress held in often makes a person very irritable and less patient in many situations that require a lot of mental capacity and to want to give up easily when something starts to get to them Most stress does come from actions that happen to them but there are some stressors that come from within Stress ranges from family to the most common of internal stressors problems with ones health or their body When asked if they could change something about their body most people would love to change their bodies but they have no time It seems that society today places way too much emphasis This is done through the media by the use of television radio magazines and commercials Then on the other hand there are those who release their stress through talking or some other type of communication These people are often found to be a lot easier going in their regular daily lives than those who tend to keep their stress in If people talk about their feelings that tends to let people have more mental capacity
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