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    Regressive Defense

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    statements, and diversification. Nonverbal defenses include avoidance of eye contact, smiling and giggling, weepiness, or body posture. To effectively intervene, the therapist must proceed from the outside in, and should begin with tactical defenses that prevent emotional closeness before proceeding to work on formal defenses. Anxiety Defenses are employed in an effort to reduce the anxiety that accompanies hidden thoughts and feelings. Davanloo has classified anxiety into three primary channels: striated muscle, smooth muscle, and cognitive disruption (see figure 5). Clients channeling anxiety into the striated muscle or voluntary muscle tend to associate their physical tension with anxiety and have a fairly accurate idea of what they are anxious about. This indicates that there are some degree of integration between thoughts and feelings, suggesting a high level of ego functioning. The second channel of anxiety Davanloo has identified is into the smooth, involuntary muscle. These individuals are unaware of any link between their physical state of distress and the emotional state of anxiety and nervousness. In working with individuals who channel their anxiety in this category, there are preparatory works required to increase their capacity to consciously tolerate the experience of anxiety before moving on to more intense, affect-laden work. The last channel is cognitive disruption. When anxious, individuals experience some sort of cognitive disruption such as losing…

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    Muscles In The Human Body

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    types of muscles within the human body that aid the body with movement while a few also helps with stabilizing the bones (Allen and Harper 2014). Skeletal, cardiac, and smooth are the three types of muscular tissues found within the body (Tortora and Derrickson 2014). The heart is made out of cardiac muscle tissue and that is striated (Tortora and Derrickson 2014). The walls of the hollow organs of the human body are made with smooth muscle tissues that are non-striated (Tortora and Derrickson…

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    Also it can be found in blood vessels and nerves. This tissue can be found in mucous membranes, nerves or around blood vessels. Its functions are to provide strength, elasticity and support to the skin and muscles. d) Compact Connective Bone Tissue: this tissue contains collagen and calcium phosphate which gives to the bone strength and firmness. The functions of this tissue is to support other softer tissues, to protect internal organs, to help in the movement of skeletal muscles attached to…

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    SKELETAL MUSCLE PROTIENS Acting:- • Contractile protein. • Consists of 2 alpha helical strands of g-acting molecules bond in succession. • Each g-acting has a required site where the s1 piece of the myosin cross-bridge multifaceted binds right through weight reduction. Myosin:- • Contractile protein. • Consists of two profound (shape tail constituency and two cross-bridges that disconnect with acting to produce force) and four light chains (that influence cross-bridge cycling kinetics and…

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    membrane of excitable cells such as nerve and muscle cells. The 3 major factors that establish a resting membrane potential are as follows: (1) Non-diffusible anions: The resting membrane potential is influenced by the presence of large non-diffusible anions (proteins, nucleic acids and organic phosphates) inside a cell. The presence of large non-diffusible anions inside a cell attracts a large number of cations and repeals anions. This alteration in the distribution of permeable ions across the…

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    To understand the Musculo-Skeletal system and how it is suited to the functions that it performs for the body you first need to understand how the system works and what it is responsible for. It is comprised of two separate systems working together as one to provide the body with physical support, the ability to move and protection for its major organs. These two systems are the Skeletal System and the Muscular System and they contain the following:-  Bones of the skeleton  Muscles …

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    Systems Relationship Assignment 1. Muscular System and Skeletal System The muscular system is dependent on the skeletal system to provide blood cells to the muscles. The blood cells contain oxygen which is converted into ATP during cellular respiration. The ATP is needed to perform daily tasks like walking. The skeletal system supports the striated muscle which allows movement to occur. The striated muscle connects the bone and muscle together. The skeletal system relies on the muscular system…

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    Image 10 compact bone tissue In an image, 10 compact bone tissues give support and structure to the body and permit movement. It also stores calcium and has blood-shaping cells. 2] It consists of osteons and Haversian system. The osteons has a canal which is encompassed by concentric rings of matrix. 1] There are four main types of tissues; epithelium, connective, nervous and muscle, inside of every tissue type, there are varieties present. In image 1, 2 and 3 are of epithelium tissues that…

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    Essay On Muscle Fibres

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    Muscle fibres. There are three types of muscle fibres; type 1, type 2a and type 2b. A. Type 1: These fibres are slow twitch or slow oxidative fibres and are red due to the presence of large volumes of myoglobin. They contract slowly but can contract repeatedly over long periods. These fibres would be suitable for an athlete such as a marathon runner because this is an endurance sporting event that requires you to use aerobic energy which relies on oxygen from the blood for the supply of energy.…

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    Twitch Muscle Muscles are the functional units of tissue that move the skeletal system. There are two primary forms of muscle fibers, fast twitch muscles and slow twitch muscles. Fast twitch muscles contract fast and exert large amounts of power in a quick manner.People with high percentages of fast twitch muscles are generally good sprinters and are strong individuals Slow twitch muscles can put out steady power for long amounts of time and perform optimally in endurance training in sports…

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