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Unformatted text preview: anything besides being sad all the time and not being able to focus on tasks at all. If this stress continues, how might it affect my health? I could develop sleep disorders, difficulty concentrating, short- temper, and headaches. Stress triggers changes in the body and makes you more likely to get sick. It can also make existing problems seem worse than they are. It could also increase the risk of asthma and arthritis flare-ups, tension, stomach cramping, stomach bloating, depression, anxiety, weight gain or loss, heart problems, high blood pressure or irritable bowel syndrome. How might I resolve this situation effectively? Some way that I could resolve this situation effectively is to ask for help on certain deadlines in order to get them done in time. I could also take a break every once in a while in order to make sure that I do not get too stressed out. I could also talk to the boss to let him know how I am feeling....
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course PSY210 PSY210 taught by Professor Pizza during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10