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Mental Health Mental Health 2 Final Jeopardy
Mental Health Needs Influences Stress 100 100 200 200 300 300 400 400Defense Mechanisms 100 200 300 400 500 Mental Disorders 100 200 300 400 500 Needs 100 200 300 400 500 Influences 100 200 300 400 500 Stress 100 200 300 400 500
Seeing Someone Else as PerfectDefense Mechanisms $100 Seeing Someone Else as Perfect Idealization Mental Health
Defense Mechanisms $200 Covering up for weakness and mistakes by gift-giving, hard work and extreme efforts. Compensation Mental Health
Defense Mechanisms $300 Making excuses to explain situation/behavior rather than taking responsibility. Rationalization Mental Health
Defense Mechanisms $400 Unconscious pushing of unpleasant feelings below the surface conscious thought. (Usually traumatic events) Repression Mental Health
Defense Mechanisms $500 Reverting back to earlier behaviors as a child rather than a more mature way. Regression Mental Health
Obsessive Compulsive DisorderMental Disorders $100 Trapped in a pattern of repeated behaviors or thoughts. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Mental Health
Depression Mental HealthMental Disorders $200 Feelings of sadness, hopelessness or despair lasting a few weeks interfere with daily activities and interests. Depression Mental Health
Post-Traumatic Stress DisorderMental Disorders $300 A person experienced or witnessed a traumatic event and feels severe long-lasting effects. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Mental Health
Extreme mood swings between depression, extreme happiness, and mania.Mental Disorders $400 Extreme mood swings between depression, extreme happiness, and mania. Bipolar Disorder Mental Health
Dr. House suffers this mental disorder.Mental Disorders $500 Dr. House suffers this mental disorder. Antisocial Personality Disorder Mental Health
Needs $100 Hunger Thirst Sleep Clothing Physical Needs Mental Health
Self-Fulfillment Striving to Become the Best You Can Be. Mental HealthNeeds $200 Striving to Become the Best You Can Be. Self-Fulfillment Mental Health
Emotional Needs Needs $300 Be Loved Belong Valued RecognizedMental Health
Aesthetic Needs Need to Know Explore Understand Appreciate its BeautyMental Health
Maslow’s Hierarchy of NeedsPerson’s last name and pyramid Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Mental Health
Influences $100 A complex set of characteristics that makes you unique and sets you apart from everyone else. Personality Mental Health
Environmental InfluencesBasic living surroundings or conditions that could pose as positive or negative influences. Environmental Influences Mental Health
Hereditary InfluencesInheriting Physical Traits, Intellect and Behaviors Hereditary Influences Mental Health
Personal Behavior Mental Health Influences $400Decisions and actions can either make or break you in terms of rewards and consequences. Personal Behavior Mental Health
Influences $500 Beliefs and standards that guides a person’s actions, decisions, and how you life your life. Values Mental Health
Any Stimulus that ProducesStress $100 Any Stimulus that Produces a Stress Response Stressor Mental Health
The body’s and mind’s reaction to everybody demands or threats.Stress $200 The body’s and mind’s reaction to everybody demands or threats. Stress Mental Health
Stress $300 This stressor involves “Perceiving” situations as positive or negative. Cognitive Stressor Mental Health
Nervous System and Endocrine SystemStress $400 Two body systems activated during a fight or flight response. Nervous System and Endocrine System Mental Health
Pituitary Gland Daily DoubleIn the endocrine system, this gland located in the hypothalamus, send messages to the adrenal glands to release adrenaline. Pituitary Gland Mental Health
Mental Health 2 Signs 100 200 300 400 500 Mental Disorders 100 200 300 400 500 Stress 100 200 300 400 500 Fight or Flight 100 200 300 400 500 Random 100 200 300 400 500
Good Mental Health Signs $100 Realistic Strengths & WeaknessesResponsible for Own Behavior Avoid High Risk Behaviors Good Mental Health Mental Health 2
Physical Signs of StressHeadaches Twitching Upset Stomach Migraines Sweating Physical Signs of Stress Mental Health 2
Mental Signs of Stress Signs $300 Mental Health 2Trouble Reading or Thinking Clearly Lack Creativity Constant Worry Obsessive Thoughts Unable to Make Decisions Mental Signs of Stress Mental Health 2
Behavioral Signs of StressNot Eating Overeating Compulsive Talking Verbal/Physical Outburst Fidgeting Behavioral Signs of Stress Mental Health 2
Emotional Signs of StressFrustration Nervousness Boredom Edginess Feeling Powerless Emotional Signs of Stress Mental Health 2
Mental Disorders $100 Preoccupation with the body and fear of presumed diseases that are not present Hypochondria Mental Health 2
Personality DisordersMental Disorders $200 Antisocial, Passive Aggressive and Schizophrenia belong in this classification. Personality Disorders Mental Health 2
Mental Disorders $300 Clearly caused by a physical illness or an injury that affects the brain. Organic Disorders Mental Health 2
Mental Disorders $400 Depression, Bipolar, and Seasonal Affective Disorder belong to this classification. Affective Disorders Mental Health 2
Psychological causes in which no clear brain damage is involved.Mental Disorders $500 Psychological causes in which no clear brain damage is involved. Functional Disorders Mental Health 2
Stress $100 The amount of stress you can handle before reaching a state of too much stress. Stress Tolerance Mental Health 2
Stress $200 Constriction of the airway and bronchioles causes a person to cough, wheeze, and struggle for air. Asthma Mental Health 2
Stress $300 Prolonged stress causes the body to weaken, thus colds, flu, severe infections or cancers can result. Immune System Mental Health 2
Daily Double Psychosomatic ResponseA physical response that results from stress rather than from an injury or illness. Psychosomatic Response Mental Health 2
Stress $500 Mental & emotional stress increases levels of cholesterol that can eventually block arteries overtime. Blood Pressure Mental Health 2
Fight or Flight $100 Adrenal glands secrete this hormone to intensify breathing rate and heart rate. Adrenaline Mental Health 2
Fight or Flight $200 At the third stage, the body and mind becomes worn down, thus weakening the immune system due to prolonged stress. Fatigue Stage Mental Health 2
Fight or Flight $300 At the initial stage, the individual confronts the stressor. The pituitary gland activates the adrenal glands to produce adrenaline. Alarm Stage Mental Health 2
Fight or Flight $400 In the second stage, physical resistance to stressor reaches the maximum functionality. Resistance Stage Mental Health 2
Fight or Flight $500 The gland that rests on top of the kidneys produces adrenaline throughout the body. Adrenal Gland Mental Health 2
Your own confidence and self-worth.Random $100 Your own confidence and self-worth. Self-Esteem Mental Health 2
Transferring or redirecting negative energy to positive energy.Random $200 Transferring or redirecting negative energy to positive energy. Rechanneling Energy Mental Health 2
Being able to “C.A.T.”, is useful when confronted with a situation.Random $300 Being able to “C.A.T.”, is useful when confronted with a situation. Cope, Adapt, & Thrive Mental Health 2
Random $400 This personality is considered non-competitive & laid back, which helps lower heart disease. Type B Personality Mental Health 2
Random $500 This occupation specializes in diagnosing mental disorders by counseling and prescribing medications. Psychiatrist Mental Health 2
Defense Mechanisms Being unaware of attributing one’s own feelings or faults to another person or group. Projection
Stress In Your Life Stress is an unavoidable part of life If positive It can make life fun and exciting If negative it can severely impact your physical.
Emotions and Stress. Understanding Your Emotions Emotions – signals that tell your mind and body how to react. Recognizing and acknowledging your emotions.
Chapter Eight Managing Stress and Anxiety Lesson One Effects of Stress Pgs
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Managing Stress in Your Life. Lesson 1 – What is Stress? Stress – body and mind’s reaction to everyday demands or threats Kinds of Stress –Distress –
1.Define stress and explain the different types. 2.Define stressor and list some of the stressors you deal with each day. 3.Describe the body’s response.
Mental Health Introduction
Managing Stress in Your Life
Chapter 8 Managing Stress and Anxiety.
10th Grade Health Mental Health Unit Personal/Mental Health.
Managing Stress & Anxiety Chapter 8 Standard: Students will apply and justify effective strategies for responding to stress.
Stress & Your Body.
The reaction of the body and mind to everyday challenges and demands
Stress Reaction of mind and body to demands on life Stressor Something that causes stress.
Managing Stress Chapter 8 Freshman Health Mr. Martin.
Stress. –Is the process by which we appraise and respond to environmental threats –Hans Selye believed we react similarly to physical and psychological.
Mental Health Having a positive outlook, being comfortable with yourself and others, and being able to meet life’s challenges and demands.
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