Stress & Sleep. SHMD 349. MODIFIABLE FACTORS. NON-MODIFIABLE FACTORS. Lifestyle Factors Affecting Health. DIET PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WEIGHT * SLEEP STRESS * ALCOHOL SMOKING DRUGS. AGE * GENDER * FAMILY HISTORY.
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Any factor that changes the natural state of the body. Stress will occur when the person does not feel they have the resources to deal with the situation.Stress:
Eustress (good/positive stress):
Too much stress in our lives over a long period of time can seriously damage our health, causing coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, ulcers, substance addiction, mental health problems & suicide tendencies
Things in our surroundings &
environment – competition,
opponents, the crowd, weather,
spiders/snakes, transport problems
Things we think about –past
memories & experiences,
past/current injuries, own feelings
of self-worth etc.
People we share our lives with –
friends, family, partners; life
factors such as money & health
The job we do, people we work with,
working conditions, relationship with
team-mates & coaches/managers