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  • Funny song about eustress and distress on You Tube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8zGEIF5bsU
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWwG25sCRwA
  • Resource: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/studentrec/wellness/wellness-wheel/
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  • what is stress_cd

    1. 1. Slides Adapted from Hawkins, C. (2011). What is Stress? HLT 215, TNCC
    2. 2.  Individual Activity › Make a list of 10-15 current stressors in your life › Rank your top 5 stressors
    3. 3.  Stress › demand on the adaptive capacities of body and mind  Stressor › any event or situation which is perceived by the individual as a threat and results in the individual either adapting or initiating the stress response   Stressor = stimulus (cause) Stress = response (effect)
    4. 4.  Eustress › Positive, desirable stress › Keeps life interesting › Motivates or inspires › Examples . . .  Distress › Negative effects of stress that drain us of energy and suppress our ability to cope › Examples . . .  Unique to the individual
    5. 5.  We need some stress in our lives  U-shaped curve Finding the ‘happy medium”    Too little stress Too much stress Image retrieved from www.intmath.com/.../HTML/probdist4_normal__2.png
    6. 6.   Indicate if the stressors on your list are positive or negative. You may do so by writing a + or – next to each stressor.
    7. 7.  When is stress problematic? › Duration › Degree  “Too much or too little is a bad thing.” We could add “for too long” also.  Think about a sunburn! 
    8. 8.  Acute  Chronic
    9. 9.  Refer back to your list of current stressors and determine the duration of each stressor you listed.  Write acute or chronic next to each stressor.
    10. 10. Health Being sound in body, mind, and spirit.  Not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, but a state of complete physical, mental, and social wellbeing.  Wellness Purposeful, enjoyable living.  A deliberate lifestyle choice characterized by personal responsibility and optimal enhancement of physical, mental, and spiritual health. 
    11. 11.       Physical Emotional Intellectual (mental) Social Spiritual Occupational
    12. 12. Physical Health Good physical fitness and confidence in one’s personal ability to take care of health problems. Emotional Health Psychological health refers to both our emotional and mental states – that is, to our feelings and our thoughts. Intellectual Health Psychological health refers mental health – ability to think and learn from experiences, learn new information, ability to assess new information.
    13. 13. Spiritual Health The ability to identify one’s basic purpose in life and to achieve one’s full potential; the sense of connectedness to a greater power. Social Health The ability to interact effectively with other people and the social environment, to develop satisfying interpersonal relationships, and to fulfill social roles. Occupational Health Satisfaction from ones occupation. Both internal and external rewards
    14. 14.    Eliminate the stressor Change your thinking Manage the stress
    15. 15. Oplin, M. & Hesson, M. (2013). Activities manual for stress management for life. Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth. Oplin, M. & Hesson, M. (2013). Stress management for life: A researchbased experiential approach. Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth. Seaward, B.L. (2006). Managing stress: principles and strategies for health and well-being. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett. Websites and Images   Images courtesy of Microsoft Office clip art Dimensions of Health Wellness Wheel Image from: http://www.wellnessbuddha.com/articles/6-dimensions-ofgood-health.html