SCI 162 Week 4 DQ4 - syndrome include disassociation and nervousness Disassociation is where a person does not feel emotions or connected to their

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Stressful events can affect physiological health in many ways. They can leave a person with a lingering sense of survivor’s guilt after an accident or a murder. The development of post-traumatic stress disorder is a severe response to the fight or flight reaction. Other physiological effects can include; anxiety, insomnia and depression. I feel depression is the worst disorder a person can have. It robs you of your sense of worth, makes you detached from your loved ones, and hurts everyone who cares about the person who has it. Some of the factors that contribute to post-traumatic stress
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Unformatted text preview: syndrome include disassociation and nervousness. Disassociation is where a person does not feel emotions or connected to their body and they act like they are living in a dreamlike state outside of reality (which can be a form of amnesia). Nervousness is considered where a person is hyper-aroused and symptoms of nervousness include severe mood swings, uneasiness, easy to cry (emotionally fragile per se). Flashbacks, nightmares, and recurring thoughts or images are also present in this mental state. In the case of veterans, many relive the most stressful battles of their military careers....
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course SCI 162 SCI 162 taught by Professor Leister during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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