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Appraisal support helps planning in dealing with sources of stress
Biofeedback consciously controlling one’s bodily functions through electronic monitoring
Cognitive appraisal how stressful an event will be
Coronary Heart Disease worsened by psychosomatic symptoms
General Adaptation Syndrome react to chronic stress through a three-step process
Hans Selye looked at long-term (chronic stress instead.· He proposed that we react to chronic stress through a three-step process known as the general adaptation syndrome.
Hardiness describes someone who approaches potential stressors with a feeling of control and commitment
Holmes Rahe SRRS
Hypertension high blood pressure
Info support evaluating the way that stress is dealt with (coping strategies)
INTELLECTUALIZATION a defense mechanism by which reasoning is used to block confrontation with an unconscious conflict and its associated emotional stress – where thinking is used to avoid feeling. It involves removing one's self, emotionally, from a stressful event.
Maladaptive inhibit your ability to adjust healthily to particular situations, more harmful than helpful
Progressive relaxation teaching the controlled relaxation of different muscle groups
PSYCHOSOMATIC SYMPTOMS physical symptoms that are caused or worsened by stress and tension
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