Generalized Anxiety Disorder BEH/225 All of us worry about things occasionally. Financial stress, illness, or loss of a spouse can cause us to fear the unknown. There are aspects of life that we cannot always control, and that in itself can be a scary thought. Sometimes, it may feel like the “what ifs” of life, the things we cannot control, begin to consume our thoughts. Most of us may feel this way periodically, when the fear or worry is justified.
Effects of stress on Hypertension Stress effects a variety of different topics such as blood pressure, anxiety, change in behavior, and many more topics the list goes on and on. Most people are unaware of the effects stress has on your body. They try to down play it as nothing is wrong, but it fact stress can really put a toll on your body and the way you act. The topic that’s going to be talked about that stress effects is Hypertension. Hypertension and stress go hand in hand; stress has a direct effect on hypertension.
Stress comes from any situation in which we feel frustrated, angry or anxious. Anxiety, on the other hand, comes from apprehension or fear. Stress and Anxiety, in a nutshell, stem from our bodies reaction to fear or change. Those who suffer from stress can understand their condition and find resolution in the mediums of therapy or changing certain aspects to their daily lives. Anxiety on the other hand is not something that can be treated easily as there is the potential to have larger psychological or physicals reasons for its manifestation.
With this being the case, antipsychotic medications often have side effects that need to be monitored regularly by the health professionals (Young et al, 2011). Compliance is often a challenge with patients either because of the unmanageable side effects they experience or through limited insight. It is a role of the health professionals involved in the care to closely monitor this behaviour, as the effectiveness of the treatment may be affected (Young et al, 2011). Keller, Drexler &Lichtenberg (2009) discuss the benefits of treating paranoid schizophrenia with atypical antipsychotic medication clozapine and Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT). However both forms of treatment are linked with harsh side effects.
The physical injury gives survivors something to hide behind. Changes, after conflict, are often seen to have a negative effect on the individual, but in some cases the endurance of the conflict can bring on a change for the positive. A transformation in the individual after encountering dissonance can forever shape their relationships with other people. Morals and beliefs can be altered through encountering altered, where the individual is forced to reflect upon their own thoughts. Survivors of conflict are never the same again.
The negative side of sensory loss is that they may find it hard to feed themselves, dressing themselves and that their mobility may deteariate. Also, hobbies and interests can have a negative impact on their lives. Some people may also feel alone and scared due to sensory loss. There is support for the deaf and blind to give them a better outlook on life. 1.4 Steps that can be taken to overcome the negative factors could be that you make sure all areas are clear of obstacles so therefore an individual with eye sight impairment might fall over or fall into.
Sometimes a different approach to the same problem is all that is required. Stress can bring on a relapse of M.E and it is a fact of life that everyone has stress in their lives. For people who suffer with M.E, it would be very beneficial for them to put in there screeds about how they can handle stress in the future. There are many ways of doing this in someones screed, sometimes even without them realizing
Culminating in the identifying the differences between each disorder. Webster’s dictionary defines personality as “The complex of all the attributes--behavioral, temperamental, emotional and mental--that characterize a unique individual.” Everyone has a personality and it is the thing that makes every unique. Sometimes in a person’s life personality can go astray and be completely unbalanced causing difficulty in how an individual relates to the environment and to others around them. (Webster’s Dictionary 2010) Psychologists have named people with such an extreme in personality as possibly having what they call a personality disorder. A person may feel lonely, unhappy, and unaccepted by the general public.
The use of questions and discussions is thought to be advantageous within sessions for a variety of reasons, which shall be explored throughout this essay, so too, shall the challenges and limitations that counselling can pose if not used correctly. Fear and sadness are emotions that the human race has experienced for centuries. This can affect individuals from all walks of life including celebrities Robin Williams, Trisha Goddard and Stephen fry. All these individuals have experienced anxiety and depression which has been proven to be linked to fear and sadness. Over the years there have been various approaches to counselling which includes the main areas that I shall be focusing upon in this paper are, existential and mindfulness approaches.
The answers can be very different for each person. In order to know what the differences are we should know what risk is. Risk is some kind of possibility of suffering harm or loss or a situation involving uncertain danger. From the meaning of risk, people can look at risk in different point of view. Some people don't want to take or to deal with risk at all but some people want to take risks because of many reason; biological factors, getting self-confidence, and getting away from boring life.