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    Cortisol, also known as the stress hormone, is released to enable the flight or fight response, but when people stay in a state of high stress, levels of cortisol rise and may remain high. (WISE geek) The effect of excessive cortisol in the body whether from man -made drugs, an over productive pituitary gland, or tumors can cause Cushing syndrome and the range of disease it characterized by. Cushing disease can be caused by both outside and inside influences of your body. It occurs after…

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    Stress Sources Assessment

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    The Stress Sources Assessment concluded that overall, my total score on the stress events assessed, percentile was 19.0. The potential for distress chart, in a variety of area of my life, averaged from moderate to low stress percentages. All stress types that were categorized as moderate, in terms for potential distress, were located on the low end of the scale; the moderate scale ranges from 30%-70%. Altogether, I did not score over 40.0% in potential distress. Majority of the high scored…

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    Monistic Nature Of Fear

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    The Monistic Nature of Fear Fear is an emotion experienced in most all living creatures; this emotion is experienced precisely because it is a survival mechanism developed to protect an individual during dangerous or uncomfortable situations, combining physical and psychological aspects together in the uniformity of monism. Comparing studies between one concerning a lessened neurological processing of pain in fearful subjects that are administered light shocks and a separate study concerning…

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    can to be perfect to escape critiques (Currie, 2010). Female athletes are more prone to eating disorders due to the fact that a lot are gymnasts, swimmers, divers, and dancers. These sports often emphasis appearance and size, and that psychological stress becomes too much (Athletes and Eating Disorders, n.d.). Eating disorders along with the other psychological issues young athletes suffer from are not easily identifiable, which is why they can end up being so harmful (Currie,…

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    Many studies have been done to observe what could aid with aid with anger management. Anger is a strong emotion of displeasure aroused. Normally, when someone is angry, their heart rate and blood pressure goes up, as well as, their levels of adrenaline and other energy hormones. It is a state of rage, which may take a person some time to get out of. Anger management are for those who cannot get rid of, or avoid getting to the point of enragement. According to the Cannon-Band Theory of Emotion,…

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    for a reason, and sooner or later it will all fall into place. I hope to live in the moment as I try to not stress, take action, and enjoy the present. Stress is feeling which is embedded into every college students head. We feel the stress from the start of the semester to the very last second of finals week. This stress is sometimes carried over as we wait for our pending exam scores. Stress is an overwhelming emotion that can deteriorate one’s body. I hope to overcome this weakness of mine…

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    Module 40 Themes

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    Myers, D. & DeWall, N. (2015) use Module 40 to describe stress and the illnesses that accompany it. I will use Module 40 to further describe three out of the five themes linked to a scriptural view of the way humans are, given by Moes and Tellinghuisen (2014). These three themes are: Humans Are Broken, in Need of Redemption; Humans Are Embodied; and Humans Are Responsible Limited Agents. Myers, D. & DeWall, N. (2015) don’t mention the need of redemption in their textbook, but the theme that…

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    first model is the inverted-U model established by two psychologists Yerkes and Dodson. Anxiety can either be beneficial or it can be detrimental to performance depending on three key elements which are trait anxiety, task difficulty and situational stress in forms of physical, cognitive and behavioural (Wilson, 2002). How an athlete performs can be affected by situational stressors such as the presence of an audience and depending on the type of performance it is. The presence of an audience…

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    link has been established between stress and angry, violent behavior. Stress can have a major effect an…

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    initiate the stress responses. A. Source of stress- People I work with. B. Time and place- In the afternoons during lunch time in the break rooms with other workers. C. Level of perceived stress-2 moderate D. Thoughts and feelings about the stressor- The stressor of being in an environment that you do not always want to be in is something you have to be aware off. When on my quick and short breaks at work some times it’s easy to feel victim to conversations that only lead to stress. However,…

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