Presentation on theme: "STRESS BY: ANA KAREN GONZALEZ. Physical stress is a reaction of the body to various triggers. some causes of physical stress could be from almost anything."— Presentation transcript:
STRESS BY: ANA KAREN GONZALEZ
Physical stress is a reaction of the body to various triggers. some causes of physical stress could be from almost anything. Effects that are caused by physical stress can be: headaches, diarrhea, backaches
A chemical or pharmacological stress test combines an intravenous medication) with an imaging technique (isotope imaging or echocardiography) to evaluate the LV. It is said to be really dangerous to the body due to the fact that it can cause heart attacks.
Stress is a person's response to a stressor such as an environmental condition or a stimulus.
Your body responds to stressful events with an instinctive “fight or flight” response. This physical response comes from a rush of adrenaline and other hormones that speed up your heart and breathing and give you a burst of energy so that you can respond to danger.
HYPO-STRESS means just not enough stress. We need a little bit in our lives, otherwise we feel bored and have nothing challenging us.
HYPER-STRESS is when we get so stressed out that we just overload because it is just too much for us to handle.
DISTRESS is negative and harmful and causes us to adapt to changing situations; there is the short-term variety of acute stress that passes quickly, and long-term chronic stress.
In this PowerPoint, I went and included different types of stress and what are some causes to getting stress. There are many more types of stress out there and some many be harmful to a person. One of the best ways is to just relax and get away from everything that may be causing stress.
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