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HCA 250 Week 2-DQ 1 - stressor or its resulting...

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Week 1 DQ 1 What physiological consequences or symptoms caused by stress have you observed in your body? Describe at least one example. When you observe that symptom, what steps do you take to mediate the impact of either the stressor or its resulting physiological condition? What physiological symptoms of stress have you observed in others? What physiological consequences or symptoms caused by stress have you observed in your body? Consequences that I have observed in my body from stress are a loss of appetite or nausea, and muscle tension. I have noticed that when I become severely stressed about bills or family dealings that I do not eat, I sometimes become nauseated and do not feel well, and tense up for a second or two when I begin to become angry about the whole situation. When you observe that symptom, what steps do you take to mediate the impact of either the
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Unformatted text preview: stressor or its resulting physiological condition? When I become stressed due to family matters and feel myself tensing up I normally take a deep breath and remove myself from the situation. When nauseated or unable to eat I try to talk things out with my husband. Sometimes by just sharing the burden with another, like my husband I am able to release some of the stress that is causing me to not be able to properly maintain my health. What physiological symptoms of stress have you observed in others? Physiological symptoms of stress that I have observed in others are panic attacks, exhaustion, and depression. I have a sister in-law that deals with panic attacks depression and exhaustion and I believe that this symptoms are mostly due to the stress that she puts upon herself on a daily basis....
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