Stress management study Guide for chapter 1 and 2 Quiz 1

Definition of stress: A state of physical and/or psychological arousal to a stimulus
Stress=anxiety=arousal +worry
Anxiety : The condition of feeling uneasy or worried about what may happen

Arousal:Arousal is the activation it is a
Physiological and psychological activation of natural energy

Worry :to think about problems or fears

Psychologically Lazarus
The state of anxiety or is the core of all our stress
Psychologically Lazarus
The state of anxiety or is the core of all our stress
Physiologically Selye
The wear and tear on what we are thinking
Physiologically Selye
the wear and tear on what we are thinking
Holistic medicine Point of view
an approach of medicine that focuses on treating the mind and the whole body rather than just an isolated part of the body and emotional and scriptural well-being
Holistic medicine Point of view
an approach of medicine that focuses on treating the mind and the whole body rather than just an isolated part of the body and emotional and scriptural well-being
Four stages of flight or fight
Stage 1: Alarm reaction
Stimulus to the brain
Stage 2 Stage of resistance the body recognizes the stressor it is exposed to and makes it easier for the body to adapt to it. To determine if you are going to fight or flight
Stage 3: body stays activated if it is a threat
Stage 4: body returns to Homestasis if not a threat
The three of the stages of General adaptation Syndrome of Gas
Stage1Alarm reaction fight our flight

Stage2 Resistance stage

Stage 3 of exhaustion

The three of the stages of General adaptation Syndrome of Gas
Stage1Alarm reaction fight our flight

Stage2 Resistance stage

Stage 3 of exhaustion

General adaptation Syndrome or GAS General adaptation syndrome, or GAS, is a term used to describe the body’s short-term and long-term reactions to stress.
Seyle’s concept that the body responds to stress with alarm, resistance and exhaustion
General adaptation syndrome, or GAS, is a term used to describe the body’s short-term and long-term reactions to stress.
Seyle’s concept that the body responds to stress with alarm, resistance and exhaustion
Deactivation Body
deactivated it not a threat
Deactivation Body
deactivated it not a threat
Activation Body
activated if it’s threat
Activation Body
activated if it’s threat
Types of stress

Eustress
Good stress motivating and

inspiring circumstance

Eustress

Good stress motivating and

inspiring circumstance

Neustress

Sensory stimuli without

consequence neither good or

bad stress

Neustress
Sensory stimuli without

consequence neither good or

bad stress

Acute stress

Short-term stress Control the

controllable Control what you can control

Acute stress

Short-term stress Control the

controllables Control what you can control

Distress

Bad stress-acute chronic stress

Distress

Bad stress-acute chronic stress

Chronic stress

Stress associated with long-

term problems that are

beyond a person’s control.

Chronic stress

Stress associated with long-

term problems that are

beyond a person’s control.

Yerkes-Dodson principle and the Inverted-U Theory (the diagram+Terminology
Yerkes-Dodson principle and the Inverted-U Theory (the diagram+Terminology
Increase in arousal/stress leads to increased and performance/health,up to a point , whereby further increases in arousal/stress lead to decrease and performance/stress
Increase in arousal/stress leads to increased and performance/health,up to a point , whereby further increases in arousal/stress lead to decrease and performance/stress
Sleep,panic attack,The Zone,T=T(talent=task requirement)Increase in arousal/stress leads to increased and performance/health,up to a point , whereby further increases in arousal/stress lead to decrease and performance/stress
Sleep,panic attack,The Zone,T=T(talent=task requirement)Increase in arousal/stress leads to increased and performance/health,up to a point , whereby further increases in arousal/stress lead to decrease and performance/stress
Talent =task requirements leads to success/opportunity
Talent =task requirements leads to success/opportunity
Talent that does not equal task requirements lees to stress
Talent that does not equal task requirements lees to stress
Types of stressors

1.Psychointrapersonal- real self VS ideal self

2. Social- personal space

3. Techno- information overload, exercise

Types of stressors

1.Psychointrapersonal- real self VS ideal self

2. Social- personal space

3. Techno- information overload, exercise

Effects of stress
1. Mental stress – overload of mental circuits

2. physical stress- inability to return to homeostasis

3. Emotional stress- mental paralysis

4. Spiritual distress- meaningful purpose in life,maturation of higher consciousness

Effects of stress
1. Mental stress – overload of mental circuits

2. physical stress- inability to return to homeostasis

3. Emotional stress- mental paralysis

4. Spiritual distress- meaningful purpose in life,maturation of higher consciousness

Mechanistic ModelParadigm

1.Descartes/ Newton

2.Mechanistc model

3. Clock paradigm

4. Era of medicine

Mechanistic ModelParadigm

1.Descartes/ Newton

2.Mechanistc model

3. Clock paradigm

4. Era of medicine

The Holistic paradigm

1.Einstein

2. Whole system theory

3. The wellness paradigm

4. Alternative integration of medicine with holistic

5 Holistic stress management

The Holistic paradigm

1.Einstein

2. Whole system theory

3. The wellness paradigm

4. Alternative integration of medicine with holistic

5 Holistic stress management

Wellness paradigm
Whole system Theory
Premises of Holistic stress Management Emotional well being -feel,express and control all emotions

Physical well being all body’s physiological system are functioning

Mental well being ability to gather,process recall and communicate information

Spiritual well being higher consciousness meaningful purpose in life

Premises of Holistic st ress Management Emotional well being -feel,express and control all emotions

Physical well being all body’s physiological system are functioning

Mental well being ability to gather,process recall and communicate information

Spiritual well being highuer consciousness meaningful purpose in life

Adaptation Premises of Holistic stress Management
A characteristic that improves an individual’s ability to survive and reproduce in a particular environment.
Adaptation Premises of Holistic stress Management
A characteristic that improves an individual’s ability to survive and reproduce in a particular environment.
Allopathic the use of drugs and surgery.
Allopathic the use of drugs and surgery.
Holistic Preventive approach
Holistic Preventive approach
The human space suit
The nine system of gross anatomy and physiology Musculoskeletal nervous cardiovascular pulmonary endocrine reproductive renal digestive immune
The nine system of gross anatomy and physiology Musculoskeletal nervous cardiovascular pulmonary endocrine reproductive renal digestive immune
The Human energy Field
Levels of consciousness
instinct
Intellect
Intuition
Emotions
The Human energy Field
Levels of consciousness
instinct
Intellect
Intuition
Emotions
Acupuncture
Therapy that uses needles to cure sickness and stop pain
Acupuncture
Therapy that uses needles to cure sickness and stop pain
Acupressure
a massage that applies pressure to specific acupuncture-like poits n the body; pressure enouages the flow of vital energy along the meridian pathways. It is used to control chronic pain, migraine headaches, and backaches.
Acupressure
a massage that applies pressure to specific acupuncture-like poits n the body; pressure enouages the flow of vital energy along the meridian pathways. It is used to control chronic pain, migraine headaches, and backaches.
Stress and immune system
immune system is suppressed when stressed
Cortisol the stress hormone molecules
Stress and immune system
immune system is suppressed when stressed
Cortisol the stress hormone molecules
Quantum Healing
Cell regeneration red blood cell nerve cells brain cell within7years a completely new body of cells occurs
Quantum Healing
Cell regeneration red blood cell nerve cells brain cell within7years a completely new body of cells occurs
Types of stress
Psychointrapersonal
Urban sprawl