Stress_Fall 10

Stress_Fall 10 - KimberlyGlennMN,RN,CPN N312Foundations...

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Kimberly Glenn MN, RN, CPN Clinical Associate Professor N312 Foundations
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  S AFETY -  System Specific Physiology: Fight  or flight  HR, RR, BP  blood sugar  LOC Pituitary gland:    ACTH    cortisol Protein and fat  catabolism
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A three-stage reaction to stress:  non-testable Alarm reaction: body functions heightened Resistance stage: body functions normalize Exhaustion stage: body function no longer able to hold  on or respond to stressor Endorphine secreted: produce sense of well-being, pain  awareness  Prolonged stress disease due to Unhealthy coping Neglect of warning signs 
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Situational: Arise from job changes, illness, caregiver stress,  accidents etc Maturational: Vary with life stages Older adults: center on chgs in life circumstances anxiety disorders most prevalent during this period Sociocultural: Environmental and social stressors: poverty, loss of  parents
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course NURS 312 taught by Professor Glenn during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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