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    stress level work environment and or lifestyle can lead to health conditions such as high blood pressure, stroke, heart problems and many other debilitating problems of pain of their bones and joints. It will be advantageous for the nurses to pro-act and educate themselves on this issues prior to becoming a victim of these health problems. The nurses will be able to learn and benefit from having these techniques. To start the process, the nurses, need to have each individual nurse take a…

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    order to reduce patient’s pain level. Rationale: This will help manage the patient’s pain so that she can conduct ADL within normal limits. 2. Educate the patient on pain management techniques. Rationale: This will give the patient control of their situation and different ways to control pain without medication 3. Provide patient with pain management support groups within the community as a resource for assisting with pain management. Rationale: This give the patient other resources and the…

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    stress can be regulated by “changing our thinking styles about these priorities and issues gives us coping power over them” (Bruce, "The Real Reason You Are Stressed."). The knowledge and development of self-awareness and coping skills can help take back control of a student’s perceived stress from the commitment and expectations of college. The three parts that control stress response include “your hypothalamus and your pituitary (both in your brain), and your adrenal glands by your kidneys.”…

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    how they will respond. The second stage is skill acquisition and rehearsal, the therapist helps the individual to practice and develop positive coping mechanisms to deal with stressful situations. Relaxation techniques are also practised. Lastly, the third stage is application and follow-through where the individual begins to apply the new skills which have been taught in real life. It has had positive results and been successful with acute and chronic stress, however, some individuals still are…

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    Although there may not be a way to eliminate anxiety completely, there are ways to control emotion levels at the time of competition. Some simple tips provided by WebMD include positive self-talk, avoiding self-doubt, reducing the intake of caffeine, and practicing relaxation techniques before the performance. Psychology Today introduces an interesting meditation technique. Finding 15-20 minutes the day prior to the competition, locate a comfortable chair to kick back in. Leaving legs and arms…

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    the good of the player or can be detrimental to their performance. Some of the greatest coaches in history used a variety of sport psychology concepts and techniques to help their athletes reach peak performance. Since I am seeking a career in the field of coaching, it is essential that I gain the knowledge and know how to implement some of these techniques to help better my clients. This project will highlight major concepts that athletes can use to help increase their performance. One method…

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    Adaptation Of Stress

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    By taking steps to manage both anger and conflict, we can eliminate stress associated with it. Anger sometimes can get to be out of control if not properly dealt with, potentially harming one’s self and even other people (Romas & Sharma, 2013, pp. 113). Anger and conflict resolution go hand in hand with good communication, as sometimes poor communication can lead to anger and conflict. An easy way to manage anger, especially when dealing with other people is to use a time out technique. The…

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    Three Phases Of Stress

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    7. We can do many different things (other than relaxation techniques) to help us eliminate, reduce and modify the stressors in our lives. First, we can avoid unnecessary stress. As I made the 2x2 box of changeability and impact/importance, it was easy to see what is stressing me out most and how much control I have over each of these stressors. To avoid unnecessary stress, I can pick my environment and learn to say ‘no’ in certain situations. By putting myself in places and situations that I…

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    We all have our different ways of dealing with personal problems; some good and some not so well. Not just for you but for your family, friends, and others around you who it may or may not affect. While there are a lot of reasons and causes to stress, there is also a lot of ways to help reduce those stressful, sad thoughts running through your mind and trying to break you down. It expresses in the next article “Relaxation techniques: Try these steps to reduce stress” by Mayo Clinic Staff, that…

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    in their lives. By hearing the word "stress" most people believe of something negative and unpleasant. Some people are continuously under stress, that they assume the feeling is approximately normal. Stress will always occur within one’s mind, it is a natural part of life. Different people can handle different stress levels, which has a significant impact on individuals. Stress can affect our bodies and health at various stages either immediate, delayed, and on chronic, causing a way for…

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