Eustress, also known as positive pressure, is a psychological concept, defined by the endocrinologist Hans Selye as a pressure. It is a pleasant and constructive pressure, and to promote people to pursue their desired objectives. It was originally used to explain the general adaptation syndrome, the body's response to stress.
Liángxìng-yìngjī, yee jiaohzuoh zhèngmiàn yālì, shì 1'g xīnlǐxué gàiniàn, yóu nèifēnmì-xuéjiā Hans Selye dìngyì wéi yālì d 1-zhoong. Tā shì lìngrén yúkuài hé jùyǒu jiànshèxìng d yālì, bìng cùjìn rénmen zhuīqiú qí yùqī mùbiāo. Zuìchū shì yònglái jiěshì yībān shìyìng zònghézhèng zhōng, shēntǐ duìyú yālì d huiryihng.
With comparing between eustress and distress, which is the pressure of the negative effects, leading to a series of unhealthy reaction of the body.
Liángxìng-yìngjī yǔ èxìng-yìngjī bǐjiào, hòuzhě shì yālì zhōng d fùmiàn zuòyòng, dǎozhì shēntǐ d yīxìliè bù jiànkāng fǎnyìng.