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ACTIVITY. Ana Howard. Anxiety (Personal Connection). How do you define anxiety?. Merriam Webster: “ Anxiety is a state of intense apprehension, agitation, tension, and dread arising from a real or perceived threat of imminent danger.” Key phrase: “real or perceived threat of imminent danger”.

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Ana howard

Ana Howard

Anxiety(Personal Connection)


How do you define anxiety
How do you define anxiety?

Merriam Webster: “Anxiety is a state of intense apprehension, agitation, tension, and dread arising from a real or perceived threat of imminent danger.”

Key phrase: “real or perceived threat of imminent danger”


Tell tale signs physical track meet
Tell-tale signs- Physical(Track meet)

Difficulty getting breath or over-breathing

Racing heart

“Jelly legs”

Excessive sweating

Smothering sensation

Numbness

Out of body sensation

Feeling that surroundings are unreal

Difficulty falling asleep

Avoidance

Hot flashes

Irritability

(Mayer, 3;28)





Tell tale signs emotional
Tell-tale signs- Emotional

Difficulty concentrating

Difficulty opening up

Feeling out of control

Depression

Extreme self-consciousness

Intense fear

Fear of going insane

Feeling trapped

Confusion

Strain on relationships

Extreme dependence

(Mayer, 15)



Back to introduction
Back to Introduction

How did you feel?

Did you feel any of these symptoms?

Have you felt any of these before?


If that s not enough
If that’s not enough….

READ POSTER ON BOARD (note to self- make the poster that says this scenario)


Back to introduction1
Back to Introduction

Now this may not be exactly how so and so felt while doing this, because Marge has an anxiety disorder. Marge’s symptoms may be much more intense, but should be similar


Difference between anxiety and an anxiety disorder
Difference between anxiety and an anxiety disorder

Anxiety

Anxiety Disorder

Trigger

Occasional

Milder

Out of nowhere

Huge impact

Frequent


Anxiety anatomy
Anxiety- Anatomy

Brain/Nervous System

Cerebellum

Brainstem

Neurotransmitters

(Kalinsanith)



Anxiety anatomy1
Anxiety- Anatomy

Sympathetic Nervous System

Neurons

(Sheehan, 85-86)


Anxiety anatomy2
Anxiety- Anatomy

Limbic System

Hypothalamus

Cingulate gyrus

Ventral tegmental

Basal ganglia

(Sheehan, 133-135)




Anxiety disorders characteristics
Anxiety Disorders- Characteristics

Social Phobia

Fear of embarrassing self

Fear of judgment

Hypersensitive to criticism

(Sheehan, 135)


Social phobia
Social Phobia

Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRRemYuSwII&feature=related

Time: Start to :26 seconds


Anxiety disorders characteristics1
Anxiety Disorders- Characteristics

PTSD

Reliving traumatic event

Hallucinations

Flashbacks

(Mayer, 78-79)


PTSD

Video- This Emotional Life


Anxiety disorders characteristics2
Anxiety Disorders- Characteristics

OCD

Obsessions

Compulsions

(Mayer, 75-77)


OCD

The OCD Project Video

http://www.vh1.com/video/misc/533319/gas-pump.jhtml#id=1642629

Time: Start at 1:50


Anxiety disorders characteristics3
Anxiety Disorders- Characteristics

GAD

Excessive worry

Everything

(Mayer, 99-102)


GAD

Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XibemyrZg8k&NR=1


Anxiety disorders anatomy
Anxiety Disorders- Anatomy

SOCIAL PHOBIA

Pre-frontal cortex

Amygdala

(Mayer, 55-57)


Anxiety disorders anatomy1
Anxiety Disorders- Anatomy

PTSD

Amygdala

Hippocampus

(Mayer, 78-79)


Anxiety disorders anatomy2
Anxiety Disorders- Anatomy

OCD

Lateral OFC (Orbitofrontal Cortex)

(Mayer, 75-77)


Anxiety disorders anatomy3
Anxiety Disorders- Anatomy

GAD

Basolateral amygdala

Centromedial amygdala

(Mayer, 99-102)


Parenting styles
Parenting- Styles

Permissive/ Indulgent- Characteristics

Excessively lenient

Avoidance of confrontation

Child regulates himself/herself

Emotional Warmth

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD-8PcwYiVA&feature=related

(Dewar)


Parenting styles1
Parenting- Styles

Permissive/Indulgent- Implications

Disobedience

Lack of respect

Disregard for “unnecessary” tasks

High self-esteem

Better social skills

(Dewar)


Parenting styles2
Parenting-Styles

Authoritarian- Characteristics

Obedience oriented

Well structured home environment

Children must obey (no explanation needed)

Possible withdrawal of affection

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8L85S4XMEs&feature=related

(Dewar)


Parenting styles3
Parenting-Styles

Authoritarian- Implications

Poor social skills

Low self-esteem

Higher levels of depression

(Dewar)


Parenting styles4
Parenting-Styles

Authoritative- Characteristics

Clear standards in home environment

Assertive, not restrictive

Supportive discipline

Desire for social responsibility

http://www.mtv.com/videos/misc/453363/give-it-your-best.jhtml

Start to :55 seconds

(Dewar)


Parenting styles5
Parenting-Styles

Authoritative- Implications

Socially competent

Obedient

Better emotional health overall

(Dewar)


Parenting styles6
Parenting-Styles

Uninvolved

Low responsiveness: Parents----> Children

Rejection/Neglect of child

LOW demand from parents

Little to no moral support

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUVfZJ4qvXk&feature=related

(Dewar)


Parenting styles7
Parenting Styles

Uninvolved- Implications

Low performance in all aspects

(Dewar)



Stigma history
Stigma- History

Stigma surrounding mental illness

Middle ages- exorcisms

Early America- burned

1920s- 1960s- torture, lobotomy, etc.

(Sharma)


Stigma beliefs
Stigma- Beliefs

“Suck it up”

70% (Sharma)

Attention hogs

“Crazy”

“Dangerous”


Stigma facts
Stigma- Facts

Leading cause of burden in U.S.

15%

More than all cancers combined

273 billion

55.4 billion

(NIMH)


Stigma anxiety
Stigma- Anxiety

Anxiety IS a mental disorder

80% - “Anxiety can be controlled if you are strong enough”

80-90%- treatment

33%- treatment

(Levy)


Stigma scenario
Stigma- Scenario

Have a poster with the two contrasting scenarios of girl with anxiety and then girl with a cough and fever


Service learning what
Service Learning- What?

Joined an anxiety support group for teen girls


Stigma service learning
Stigma- Service Learning

Didn’t comprehend the stigma fully

Girls struggled

Can’t comprehend


Service learning how
Service Learning- How?

Up close and personal

Understood the consequences

Heard stories


Service learning why
Service Learning- Why?

GAD

Coping techniques

Not alone

Can’t blame myself

Meant a lot

Helped others

Helped me


Conclusion
Conclusion

Why is this relevant?


Conclusion1
Conclusion

ACTIVITY

(Breathing activity, mindfulness activity)


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