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IPR Term Paper. Refer to directions in packet. Stressed? What physical reactions did you have? Emotional? Social? . Health Video and Guide. Watch DVD video #3 Complete video guide . Resources Using. Health Book Chapter 3 IPR Chapter 12. Stress. Stress

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Ipr term paper
IPR Term Paper

  • Refer to directions in packet

  • Stressed?

    • What physical reactions did you have? Emotional? Social?

Health video and guide
Health Video and Guide

  • Watch DVD video #3

  • Complete video guide

Resources using
Resources Using

  • Health Book Chapter 3

  • IPR Chapter 12


  • Stress

    • Physical, mental or emotional reaction to pressure or tension

      • chronic stress – continuing, long-term stress

      • acute stress – temporarily high stress

  • Stressor

    • any factor that creates stress

      • time, people, places, events, life changes

Dealing with stressors
Dealing with Stressors

  • Identify the stressor

  • Identify your control over the stressor

    • Is it an outside force

    • Is it self-inflicted

  • Identify where you can eliminate the stressor

  • If you cannot, build your skills to deal with it

What s your stress potential
What’s your STRESS potential?

  • What stressors are in your life?

  • What score did you get on the potential inventory?

  • What does this say about you?

Can stress ever be good for you
Can stress ever be good for you?

  • Eustress – Positive stress: lower levels of stress that act as motivators to challenge and promote interests.

    • makes you focused

    • helps you concentrate

    • gives you energy and strength

    • provides satisfaction

Stress is positive when
Stress is positive when…

  • You are committed to the situation

    • You love basketball so spending hours at practice is rewarding

  • You have control

    • Your friends respect you and give you no argument when you say you have to be home at 10:00.

  • You have positive change

    • You are moving, but you are excited to go to a new school. It is an adventure!

When is stress bad for you
When is stress bad for you?

  • Distress

    • Negative stress: higher levels of stress that interrupt your ability to function normally.

      • makes you anxious or nervous

      • makes you ill

      • prevents concentration

      • disrupts performance

Stress is considered negative when
Stress is considered negative when…

  • You are NOT committed

    • You are not athletic, therefore practicing basketball is stressful

  • You are OUT OF CONTROL

    • Your friend is driving and refuses to leave the party to get you home on time.

  • You view the change as a PROBLEM

    • Your family is moving and starting in a new school is the worst thing to ever happen to you.



Reactions to stress
Reactions to stress

  • Nervous System – reacts to restore normal conditions inside the body.

    • Example – reaction to cold:

      • constricting surface blood vessels to conserve heat

      • creating muscle contractions (goose bumps or shivering) to create heat

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Reactions to Stress

  • Hormonal System

    • works with the nervous system to keep organs working together and help the body adapt to change/stress.

    • Two important stress hormones are epinephrine and norepinephrine

      • increased heart rate and blood pressure

      • increased blood circulation to muscles

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Reactions to Stress

  • Immune System

    • reacts to stress by lowering the immune activity. It recovers quickly after stress.

      • reduced white blood cell production

      • increased susceptibility to illness or disease

  • In fact, nearly 70% of all illness and disease can be attributed to stress.

Fight or flight
Fight or Flight

  • Discover Channel Example of F or F

    • Heart rate speeds up

    • Pupils dilate (to enhance vision)

    • Muscles tense (ready to run, jump or struggle)

    • Stored energy is released (such as fat) for muscles

    • Decreased blood flow to skin (to restrict blood loss in case of injury)

    • Decreased blood flow to digestive system (reduce non-essential functions)

    • Increased blood flow to muscles and brain (to enhance performance)

    • Immune system temporarily shuts down (to free up energy)

Physical signs of stress
Physical Signs of Stress

  • Brainstorm with your partner. Write down FIVE

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Physical Signs of Stress

  • Racing heart Loss of Appetite/Overeating

  • Sweaty Palms Dry Mouth

  • Acne Grinding of Teeth

  • Hair loss Backache

  • Ulcers Hives

  • Neck Pain Muscle Tension

  • Stuttering Twitches

  • Cold Hands Headache

  • Upset Stomach Skin Rash

  • Difficulty Sleeping

  • Menstrual Problems

  • Hair Pulling

Mental signs of stress
Mental Signs of Stress

  • Brainstorm with a partner. Write down THREE

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Mental Signs of Stress

  • Inability to Concentrate

  • Confusion

  • Irrational thought process

  • Forgetfulness

  • Indecision

  • Impulsive behavior

  • Making frequent errors

Emotional signs of stress
Emotional Signs of Stress

  • Brainstorm emotional signs of stress. Write down at least FOUR.

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Emotional Signs of Stress

  • Boredom

  • Grouchiness

  • Excessive Crying

  • Anger

  • Criticism of others

  • Fear

  • Depression

  • Carelessness

  • Restlessness

  • Mood Swings

Is stress taking on toll on you
Is Stress Taking on Toll on You?

  • Fill out the corresponding worksheet.

Roll 6 s
Roll 6’s

  • More activities that teach pg. 137

  • Small groups

  • Roll die- must get #6

  • When you get a six start writing on your paper to 100 and counting out loud….until next person gets #6

  • Go until someone in the group reaches 100…..the first person in group to reach 100 gets a prize

6 s discussion q s
6’s discussion Q’s

  • Did you feel excitement or anxiousness as we were about to start?

  • How easy or hard was it for you to write when it was your turn? Did it get harder towards the end? Why or why not?

  • What was the excitement level at the beginning of the activity vs. the end?

  • How can we compare this to something in our lives that is causing us stress?

  • Do we cause ourselves stress sometimes when we don’t really need to?

Stress management techniques
Stress Management Techniques

  • Self Awareness – Know your limits and know how to recognize when you’re reaching them.

  • Good Health Habits – People who are fit and healthy are better equipped to handle stress well. A healthy diet, regular exercise and enough sleep are very helpful. Smoking, drug use and alcohol tend to interfere with the body’s natural ability to cope with stress.

  • Friendship – Friends provide support and the opportunity to share problems and feelings.

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Stress Management Techniques

  • Time Management – Helps you meet goals and responsibilities. Setting priorities allows you to budget. Time effectively and accomplish things that are most important.

  • Action – Develop a plan to deal with the problem, then confront the problem and take control to resolve it.

  • Relaxation – Be serious when necessary, and relax when possible. Make time for things you enjoy and

    are relaxing to you. You will have renewed energy and interest and be able to focus on things that need to be addressed.

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Stress Management Techniques

  • Crying – Tears are a healthy release of frustration and emotion. Stress-related tears contain higher levels

    of protein, minerals and hormones. Some studies show that stress tears can actually help rid the body of a build up of these chemicals and actually bring physical relief.

  • Realism – Realize that everyone has problems and makes mistakes. Don’t exaggerate the situation or the

    possible outcomes. Do your best, and then stop worrying. Realize when the situation is one that you need outside help with, then GET THAT HELP!

  • Good Planning – Try to anticipate possible emergencies by managing your resources wisely. Resources

    may include money, time, attitude, etc.

Calculate your stress resistance
Calculate Your Stress Resistance

  • How can you improve your score?

  • #1

  • #2

  • What are two things you can do????? Write them underneath your score on the answer sheet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!