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Stress Management

Subject : soft-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 46 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. Visual changes - time perception changes - hearing perception changes - memory changes - heightened sense of alertness - elevated heart rate and breathing






2. May experience auditory changes - loss of peripheral vision - and depth perception






3. Natural reaction of the mind and body to demand place on it --Pleasant of Unpleasant.






4. Central Nervous System - Sympathetic Nervous System - Parasympathetic Nervous system






5. Avoid - alter - adapt






6. Breath in for a count of 4 - hold for count of 4 and exhale for count of 4.






7. A stressor that is perceived to be negative.






8. Medical problems influenced by an interaction of psychological - emotional - and physical difficulties






9. Short Termed






10. Frustration with the system - with society - workplace...






11. A stressor that is perceived to be positive.






12. Frustration with the system - with society - workplace...






13. A stressor that is in demand - real or imagined - A stressor that can be social - psychological - spritual/physical - Psychological changes are life saving - A threat or demand is perceived and interpreted by the cerebral cortex.






14. Ask - Intervene - Don't keep a secret - Locate help - Inform superiors/responsible person - Find someone to stay with the person






15. Can be acute or chronic.






16. Failed attempts to cut back on alchol or quit for whatever reason - difficulty enjoying life - declining performance - feeling guilty - drink alcohol or frequently hung over on job - need a drink to get going






17. Can be acute or chronic.






18. Loss/change in important relationship - expresses hopelessness - depression - guilt - change in sleep and/ or appetite - minimal social support - alcohol/ substance abuse - legal problems/financial problems - under investigation - talks about death






19. Central Nervous System - Sympathetic Nervous System - Parasympathetic Nervous system






20. Short Termed






21. Sex - age - depression - previous exposure to suicide - ethanol/alcohol/drug abuse - rational thinking - social support system lacking - organized plan - no spouse or significant other - sickness






22. A stressor that is perceived to be positive.






23. Bad habits - poor education - nadequate career development opportunities - lack of identity and recognition for good performance - poor economic benefits - working conditions - equipment - excessive paperwork... - fears regarding job competence - ind






24. Be aware and recognize the problem - urge the person to seek help - encourage the person after they seek help - keep in mind that avoiding the problem only contributes - consider resources






25. Visualization - mental imagery - guided Imagery - unguided imagery - thought stopping/blocking/focusing - tactical breathing - breath for count of 4 - hold for 4 - exhale - progressive muscular relaxation






26. Is prolonged unrelieved stress also called cumulative stress.






27. A heavy duty stress that causes psychological and physical discomfort for 2 days to a month.






28. Major events - such as a death of a family member - that have immediate consequences that generally fade with time






29. Denial Phase - Anger Phase - Bargaining Phase - Depression Phase - Acceptance Phase






30. Is prolonged unrelieved stress also called cumulative stress.






31. Strong stressors that occur suddenly - affecting many people at once






32. 1. Exercise 2. eat right 3. get enough sleep 4. manage anger 5. know your limits 6. know the difference between achievement and perfection






33. Creates major distress and long lasting disruptive changes in person's life.






34. Visualizing successful performance of skills in a variety of situations






35. A phenomenon in which victims of major catastrophes or strong personal stressors feel long-lasting effects that may include re-experiencing the event in a vivid flashback or dream






36. A heavy duty stress that causes psychological and physical discomfort for 2 days to a month.






37. Heart rate - Blood pressure - breathing - sweating - Huge blood flow changes - Senses and perception changes - Parasympathetic NC is turned off or reduced






38. Marital - children - parents - financial






39. Natural reaction of the mind and body to demand place on it --Pleasant or Unpleasant - A person's response to events that are threatening or challenging






40. Everyday annoyances such as being stuck in traffic - that cause minor irritations and may have long-term ill effects if they continue or are surrounded by other stressful events






41. A stressor that is perceived to be negative.






42. Heart rate - Blood pressure - breathing - sweating - Huge blood flow changes - Senses and perception changes - Parasympathetic NC is turned off or reduced






43. May exhibit irrational behavior such as repetitive non productive activities.






44. A stressor that is in demand - real or imagined - A stressor that can be social - psychological - spritual/physical - Psychological changes are life saving - A threat or demand is perceived and interpreted by the cerebral cortex.






45. Bad habits - poor education - nadequate career development opportunities - lack of identity and recognition for good performance - poor economic benefits - working conditions - equipment - excessive paperwork... - fears regarding job competence - ind






46. Marital - children - parents - financial