lesson 1- self assesment

lesson 1- self assesment - .ASSESSMENTRESULTS...

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. ASSESSMENT RESULTS 1. Assess Your Stress Resting Heart Rate:  68 beats per minute  Breathing Pattern:  both chest and abdomen   Respiration Rate:  13 breaths per minute  Stress-o-Meter:  2. Symptoms of Stress What are the three symptoms of stress you experience most frequently? I often feel overwhelmed, I get headaches when I’m overly stressed, and I have difficulty relaxing my  mind, I think way too much about the things stressing me out and it stresses me out even more.  3. Perceived Stress Scale My total score is:  30. This puts me in the high perceived stress range. 4. Inventory of College Students’ Recent Life Experiences My total score is:  61 Hassles I rated as a 3:  Too many things to do at once, being taken for granted, separation from people I  care about, having my contributions overlooked, being taken advantage of, not enough leisure time,  decisions about intimate relationships, loneliness, lower grades than I hoped for, not enough time for  sleep, heavy demands from extracurricular activities, conflicts with boyfriend, being ignored.  5. Ardell Wellness Stress Test My score is  44. The interpretation of my score means:  I have mastered the wellness approach to life and have the  capacity to deal creatively and efficiently with events and circumstances.  6. Student Stress Scale My total score is  281.
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