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Intro to Radiography

Patient Care Chapter 3

QuestionAnswer
Demand on Time, Energy and resources with an element of Threat (not enought time, energy or resources) Stress
Events both real and imagined that increase feelings of anxiety Stressors
Said, "The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes." Marcel Proust
Students key goal? Survive
Physiologic response to a real or imagined threat arising from emotions of both fear and anger Fight or Flight
Responses include releasing hormones to increase metabolism Fight or Flight
Leads to colds, Ulcers, Muscle stiffness, elevated cholesterol, excessive sleeping, irritability, headaches Stress
Planned positive activities to balance hassles Uplifts
Activities that decrease the negative side effects of stress but do not change the stressors Buffers
Unexpected negative changes or events Hassles
Statements that reflect an attitude of choice and evoke positive feelings In-Control-Language
Words or phrases that express lack of control over a situation Out-of-Control Language
Practice of self-management over how time is used Time management
Time and energy spent concerned for things which we have little or no control Worry
Biggest thief of time? Indecision
1. Know Yourself; 2. Prioritize Responsibilities; 3. Prioritize Activities; 4. Plan for Self-Care Self-Management
Knowing when you are most effective; Prioritizing and delegating responsibilities when additional resources exist; Planning & scheduling activities as far in advance as possible; scheduling time for relaxation and fun Survival techniques for Managing Time
Minimum receommended aerobic exercise per week? 30 minutes 3 to 5 times a week.
the vitamins reduced by stress Vitamin C, B-Complex & Magnesium
Dark green leafy vegetables, fruits, broccoli, brussel sprouts, potatoes & tomatoes Vitamin C
Bananas, green leafy vegetables, lean meat, poultry, milk, eggs, and whole grains B-Complex
Bananas, fish, nuts and whole grains Magnesium
The hormone stress releases into the body? Norepinephrine
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