This research study will discuss the causes and symptoms of stress among adolescents. There is positive stress and negative stress that can result an adolescent not wanting to socialize with peers, family, and friends. The adolescent that is experiencing these chronic factor will need to find help to alleviate the negative symptoms and find some positive ways that will remove whatever situation he or she experienced in life while growing up as a child. I will discuss and compare three literature reviews of the findings on stress and what methods were found to be a positive factor to remedy the situation the adolescent is experiencing. “Some amount of stress is healthy, but excessive stress, left untreated, can lead to anxiety and illness” (University of Maryland Medical Center [UMMC].
I believe stress is expected to be a part of one’s life. I am sure that before the child is born in the mothers’ womb he or she is already experiencing stress. Some stress is common and essential for existence. Stress aids children in developing dexterities that is essential to manage and adjust to fresh and possibly intimidating circumstances thru life. Reinforcement from parents, families, and especially caretakers is required for teenagers to acquire in what way to retort to stress in a physical and sensitive approach. The positive aspect of stress disappears when it is strong enough to overcome the adolescent’s capacity to handle successfully. Rigorous and constant stress can have an impact to different kinds of brief and lengthy duration on undesirable health outcomes. It can interrupt the individual intellectual growth and have problems with the nerves and the immune systems. In addition, stress can run into health related difficulties that includes chronic disease, heart disease, depression, and eating disorder, and use of drugs and alcohol.
The point of this review is to review the study on juvenile stress and its repercussions to the transition to adulthood. The main interest is to specifically find out if stress is caused by neglect, child abuse, and or if it is an environmental factor.
The first literature review by Schraml et al (2011), the examiners are investigating the stress symptoms among adolescents. The study here is conducted through a survey among 304 16 year olds boys and girls attending first year of high school and is compare to a similar school. The reviewers examined the adolescents lifestyle and self-esteem..
The second literature review by Unni et al (2010), examined the gender differences on realms of stress, self-esteem and the emotional state as well to find the link between these factors among Norwegian adolescents (N=1508) using a cross-sectional reviewed questionnaire. According to the readings on this article, my gatherings about this article I found the result to be the similar to the first literature review.
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