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Unformatted text preview: PE 101 Midterm Review Chapter 1: Health the Basics pp. 30-32: Psychosocial Health • They feel good about themselves • They feel comfortable with other people • They control tension and anxiety • They are able to meet the demands of life • They curb hate and guilt • They maintain a positive outlook • They enrich the lives of others • They cherish the things that make them smile • They appreciate and respect nature • ***Mental, Emotional, Social, Spiritual Health pp. 40: Sleep and Insomnia • Conservation of energy and restoration • Establish consistent sleep schedule • Change anything that could be keeping you awake (noise, etc.) • Exercise regularly • Limit caffeine and alcohol • Avoid eating a heavy meal or drinking large amounts of liquid before bedtime • Get up and do something else if not asleep after 30 minutes • Nap only during the afternoon • Establish nighttime rituals that put you into mood to sleep pp. 40-41: Mind-Body Connection and Happiness: A Key to Well-Being • Emotional distress can cause physical ailments and sickness • Subjective well-being: feelings of inner peace and wonder that equal happiness o Satisfaction with present life o Relative presence of positive emotions o Relative absence of negative emotions o No happiest age o No gender gap for happiness o Minimal racial differences in happiness o Money does not buy happiness pp. 41: Effects of Laughter • Humors lessens depression and anxiety • Humor as coping mechanism predisposes positive mood • Can help depressed and suicidal people recover • Shared jokes increase sense of belonging and social cohesion pp. 42-44: Depression • Loss of interest in life activities • Fatigue/Insomnia • Difficulty concentrating/Restlessness/Irritability/Agitation • Preoccupation with failures and inadequacies • Withdrawal from friends and family • Persistent physical symptoms that don’t respond to treatment (headaches, etc.) • Thoughts of suicide; suicide attempts pp. 43: Differences in Depression Experiences Due to Gender • Women depression rates twice those of men o In college men and women have equal rates • Men hide depression more than women do pp. 44: Risks for Depression and Facts and Fallacies about Depression • Depression caused by interaction b/w biology, learned behavioral responses, and cognitive factors • People vulnerable to depression b/c genetic history, environment, situational triggers and stressors, poor behavioral skills, and brain-body chemistry • True depression is not a natural reaction to crisis and loss • People will not snap out of depression by using a little willpower • Frequent crying is not a hallmark of depression • Depression is not all in the mind • In depth psychotherapy is not the only cure for long term clinical depression pp. 46-48: Anxiety Disorders and Treatments • Panic Disorders o A form of acute anxiety reaction that brings on an intense physical reaction (ex. Jitters, racing heart, shortness of breath, perspiration, etc.)racing heart, shortness of breath, perspiration, etc....
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- Spring '07
- chest wall, stress management techniques, blood pressure Thermometer