Health Final

distress
Negative stress
fatigue
Third stage of the stress response, resulting in a tired feeling that lowers one’s level of activity
stress
the body and mind’s reaction to everyday demands or threats
eustress
positive stress
alarm
the first stage in the stress response when the body and mind go on high alert
stressor
Any stimulus that produces a stress response
resistance
the second stage in the stress response, when the body tries to repair its damage from the stressful event and return to its normal state
stress tolerance
the amount of stress that you can handle before you reach a state of too much stress
psychosomatic response
A physical disorder that results from stress rather that from an injury or illness
hardy personality
one personality type that seems able to stay healthy despite major or even traumatic stressors
support groups
a formal or informal gathering of people who meet and share experiences, feelings, and trust
time management skills
specific strategies for planning and using time in effective, healthful ways
rechanneling
transferring or redirecting your energy
closure
a coming to an end of the most intense parts of the grieving process
delayed grief response
the putting off of the most intense stages of grief
grief reaction
an individual’s total response to a major loss
stereotype
exaggerated and oversimplified belief about an entire group of people, such as an ethnic group, religious group or certain gender
infatuation
exaggerated feelings of passion for another person
Adrenaline produced from the pituitary gland which then makes your heart rate go up and prepare to take action
What occurs in your body during the alarm stage of the stress response?
Fatigue
At which of the three stages of the stress response is a person most likely to become ill?
Change -likes and welcomes change
commitment – Strong sense of purpose and committed to people and activities
Control – Sense of power over their life
Describe the 3 traits of the hardy personality
Physical – headaches, upset stomach, pounding heart
Emotional – frustration, boredom, edginess
Behavioral – Not eating, fidgeting, alcohol use, and smoking
What are some of the physical emotional and behavioral signs of stress in teens?
Rechanneling, budget your time, learn to say no
Name 3 strategies for managing stress
Setting priorities can help to organize your day and reduce your stress over what must get done
What role does setting priorities play in stress management?
Denial – not admitting to the loss
Anger – lashing out at others
Bargaining – Pray or promise something to see the person again
Depression – Feels disbelief, withdraws, silence
Acceptance – Accepting they’re gone
Name and describe the 5 stages of loss as identified by Dr. Kubler-Ross
Finding identity and sense of belonging
Why do teens take on a greater importance in their peers lives during the teen year?
Defines and reinforces values
How do friendships add to total health?
Best Friend
Which type of friend are you most likely to confide in when you have a problem?
Prejudice behavior
Stereotypes can lead to what type of behavior?
May be closing self off from meeting other people and not emotionally ready for relationships
Name 2 reasons why going out as a couple may not be the best choice for a teenager?
Because it can be painful and they dont want to hurt the others feelings. Afraid to communicate
Explain why teens often stay in a relationships even though they want to get out of a relationship
Shaking/trembling, faster heart rate, tightening of muscles
Describe three physical reactions that occur in the body when you feel anger
Love, Empathy, Joy, Fear, Jealous, Anger, Guilt, Sadness
Name the 8 basic emotions and from which 2 of the other 6 derive?
Depression, random happiness, a moody personality, acne
What are the effects hormones can have on teens’ emotional well being?
Repression – feelings below surface
Suppression – consciously pushing thoughts out
Denial – Not accepting
Projection – Attributing one’s own feelings to another person unconciously
Idealization – seeing someone as perfect
Name and give 5 examples of defense mechanisms
Rechanneling anger, have a good cry, talk to close friend, write down what you’re feeling and why, punch pillow
Name 5 strategies for handling anger in a healthy way
neurologist
A physician who specializes in organ disorders of the brain and nervous system
psychiatric social worker
One who has concentrated on psychiatric casework, doing fieldwork in a mental hospital, mental health clinic or family service agency
suicide
The taking of one’s life
Depression
Feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, and sadness
Organic is one that is clearly caused by a physical illness or injury that affects the brain, functional may occur as the result of psychological causes in which no clear brain damage is involved
What is the difference between organic and functional mental disorders?
Anxiety – Phobia and Panic Disorder
Affective – Clinical Depression and Bipolar Disorder
Personality – Antisocial and Schizophrenia
Name 2 anxiety disorders, affective disorders, and personality disorders
Extreme mood swings; basically two separate personalities
How does a person act with bipolar disease?
Role
Part that you play
Body Language
Nonverbal communication thru gestures, facial expressions, and behaviors
Constructive criticsm
Non-hostile comments that point out problems and have potential to help a person change
Compromise, talk it out, look at the other person’s point of view, walk away
How should you deal with a disagreement in a relationship?
The worker taking their order
What role are you playing when a friend comes into a fast-food restaurant where you work?
Healthy relationships and Family Relationships
What kind of relationships are usually the longest and last a lifetime?
Respect, acceptance, honesty, trustworthiness, dependability, communication
Name 5 traits of a healthy relationship