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Stress Management HPS 1570 Mrs. Morris
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Stress Management Hans Selye’s definition of stress: “the nonspecific response of the human organism to any demand that is placed upon it.” Good stress: Eustress Examples? Distress: Bad stress Examples?
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Stress Management External Stressors: 1. Physical environment 2. Social 3. Organizational 4. Major life events 5. Daily hassles
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Stress Management Internal Stressors: 1. Lifestyle 2. Negative talk 3. Mind traps 4. Stressful personality traits
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Stress Management Managing Stress involves 2 strategies: 1. Sailing along (moment to moment adjustments) 2. Maintaining a strong program for physical health will help withstand crises.
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Stress Management Recognizing Signs and Symptoms of Stress: Headache Muscle aches Indigestion Fatigue Insomnia Weight gain or loss Diminished sex drive Skin problems, such as hives
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Stress Management Symptoms: Anxiety Irritability Sadness / depression Anger Resentment Lack of concentration Forgetfulness
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