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    displease me. II. At the end of the day reflect on. A. What was your major source of stress for the day? Due to limited time I was in a rush today and did not arrive to class on time. B. What is your personal assessment of how you managed stress today? Being that I always cope with stress well, I feel that even though I felt anxiety due to time I still handled the situation well. Being able to accept that I was a few minutes late and was not going to be marked absent or late gave me a little feeling of relief. Being late was not the end of the world and coping with the idea of walking in late was something I had to deal with. Simply accepting the fact that I was going to be late and taking a few deep breaths when walking in help to ease the tension and anxiety I felt. Lab2.2 I. Assessment Results A. Assess your stress Resting heart rate 61 beats per minute Breathing patter 15 Respiration rate 25 breaths per minute Stress -o-meter 3 B. Symptoms of stress- The three symptoms of stress I experienced most frequently fatigue, headaches, and anxiety/worry. C. Perceived stress scale- My total score is 11. This puts me in the low perceived stressed range. D. Inventory of college students recent life experiences- My total score is 40. List of hassles that I rated “3” included not enough leisure time, a lot of responsibilities, not enough time to meet your obligations, dissatisfaction with your mathematical ability, important decisions about your future career, and not…

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    Leisure And Stress

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    Daniel, & Aribo, 2013). Students who use substances like Alcohol to cope with stress actually manage their stress worse than those who refrain from substances. Students reported experience more levels of stress and anxiety when using substances to cope with their stress. (Berenz, Kevorkian, Chowdhury, Dick, Kendler, & Amstadter, 2016; Sahker, Acion, & Arndt, 2015 ). Common physical symptoms associated with stress includes low energy, headaches, and insomnia. (Zvolensky, Jardin, Garey, Robles ,…

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    get home fast. n) Some people use ear plugs. I prefer having my MP3 player with all my favorite relaxation music and guided meditations on it. It’s up to you depending on how much noise you can tolerate during a migraine attack. o) I have a small bottle of essential lavender oil to help me calm down, and peppermint oil for the nausea. Sometimes I remember to take some rescue remedy. Tissues to put the drops on ..... I will stop there because you need to be able to pick up the bag! This bag…

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    Furthermore, I can utilize the rational-emotive therapy to enhance my own belief system and swap unreasonable beliefs with more sensible ones (Lamberton & Minor, 2014). There are a myriad of individual stress management strategies that I could use to counteract the effects of stress. First, I can exercise efficient time management skills to alleviate some stress. In addition, I can lean on my fiancé for support during acute episodes of stress. Establishing a network of support is a…

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    issues. Two of the most common chronic headaches in the world are tension and migraine headaches. These headaches are mostly common in adults could start at any age but it 's mostly common in the ages of 20’s-40’s. In the US 12% percent of Americans suffer from headaches like tension and migraine headaches. On October 15, 2010 the FDA approved botox as a solution to this devastating health issue of chronic headaches. Botox not only serves as a beauty treatment, it eliminates the drug intake, and…

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    more scientific parts of this lab, such as the surface tension when the cylinder was close to overflowing for both the milk and water. Before performing this lab, my group and I created a hypothesis to reflect upon and to state what we believed would dictate the results. The hypothesis stated that if we filled the dropped pennies into the graduated cylinder at 100 mL of milk, then the amount would be greater than that of the water. This hypothesis was proven wrong. Instead,…

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    Dry Mount Research Paper

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    is Part A of this Activity called “Preparing a Dry Mount”? Why is Part B of this Activity called “Preparing a Wet Mount of Cells”? Explain the difference between wet and dry mount preparation. Part A is called Preparing a Dry Mount and part B is called Preparing a Wet Mount of Cells in this activity. Part A used a paper letter “e”, a paper is a solid dry object like dust particles or a feather. Part B, we used onions, blue methylene and water. It's called a “Wet Mount” since we used a liquid…

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    ….. Of Life, Taker of Souls People say that the eyes are the windows to the soul, if only they that really meant. If someone is lying, looking a person in they eye will allow to to see right through them. If a person is hurt, sad, or even heart broken, all you have to do is make eye contact to know what they are feeling. The same is for people who are are in love, happy, and glad. The eyes show and see all. But this is only a small part of what I can see when I look someone in the eyes.…

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    Film: A Synthesis Essay

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    crystallites results in coherent film. The chemical solution is atomized into a spray of fine droplets with the help of carrier gas. As compared to other film deposition techniques, pyrolytic deposition of thin films is relatively inexpensive in terms of equipment cost. In a properly designed reactor and after suitable adjustment of process parameters, it is quite reproducible. Dopants can be added with relative ease. The spray pattern, size distribution of droplets and spray rate depend…

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    Fig. 6 shows the results of air permeability, total water absorption, and voids. R mortars had lower permeability than the mortars with WTS. Air permeability of R was 1.13 x 10-13 m², a value 5 times higher than L60. The air permeability increased with increasing WTS content. The water absorption values ranged from 10.6% to 13.7%, and the voids from 9.6% to 12%. The results show that WTS replacement increased the porosity and permeability of geopolymer mortars. The geopolymer binders with WTS…

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