Controlling and Eliminating Health Hazards

Jobrelated stress burnout most severe stage of

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Unformatted text preview:  Distress  Harmful stress characterized by a loss of feelings of security and adequacy  Alarm Reaction  A response to stress that involves an elevated heart rate, increased respiration, elevated levels of adrenaline in the blood, and increased blood pressure. Job ­Related Stress  Burnout  Most severe stage of distress, manifesting itself in depression, frustration, and loss of productivity Coping with Stress  Major Stressors include:  High demand: having too much to do in too short a time  High effort: having...
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