SANE Australia (2012) describes depression as the one of the persistent feelings of sadness which all of us experience at various stages of our lives, but others feel on a regular basis. There are a variety of symptoms of depression that can affect everyone in different ways, these may include: the feeling of extremely sad or tearful; loss of sleep; losing interest and motivation in everyday activities; feeling guilty or no good; losing pleasure in activities; anxiety; changes in weight; loss of sexual interest; aches and pains; impaired thinking or loss of concentration (SANE Australia, 2012). Clinical depression is a serious medical illness that negatively affects how you think, the way you feel and how you behave. Individuals with clinical depression are unable to function and participate in activities as they used to. Often they lose interest in everyday activities that were once enjoyable to them, and feel sad and hopeless for extended periods of time, for no apparent or obvious reason (SANE, Australia, 2012).
Second of all, while students are completing their homework they are getting stressed because these tasks are a large part of their grade. Stress is not a good thing. “Oh yes,” said Noe from Bali, “I think it (homework) causes stress”. Stress can cause illnesses in later life, for example, heart disease, hair loss, whitening of hair and cancer. Though this may not be directly connected to middle school students it will still have an impact to them in life.
The word is known by most, yet the condition remains untreated and generally downgraded to grumpiness in older adults (Hunter, 2012). As age increases, so does the loss of family and friends, which often means the number of emotional experiences through grief and other sad occasions, increases too (Hunter, 2012). This is the normal ageing process, however prolonged periods of depression that interfere with the person’s ability to function independently are not (National Institute of Mental Health, 2007). The purpose of this paper is to explore the theories and classification of depression, including the risk factors of the condition and the detrimental effects depression can have on daily living. It considers tools used to screen depression and the assessments and interventions used in nursing to improve health and overall wellbeing of the sufferer.
Sleep disorder can cause depression Decline in sleep can cause a down fall in physical appearance. 1. Losing sleep can make you gain weight 2. Bad sleep habit can affect you skin Daniel A Funes Professor Salazar-Romo ESL 33B May/ 2/ 2011 My sleeping habits are affecting my work and school performance today. Nowadays, it is difficult to keep up with this life style, especially with the lack of sleep.
This may cause headaches and may cause students to faint. Teachers must think of the health of students before anything. Also, the student will feel boring and less desire to do the homework. It will be unhealthy to sit for a long time and will become excessive and put lots of stress on the student. This will make them have headaches and may cause them faint.
Many people resort to this for a variety of reasons. Some do not have a lot of motivation to study, or simply just do not like doing it, and some have very little time to apply towards studying because they have a busy schedule. Others may think, “Hey…I already know this stuff, so I’ll just review it right before the test.” In the long run, most of the time, cramming only leads to failure – you do not learn the material, you do not remember all of what you wished crammed, and it increases your stress level which could be bad on your test score. Cramming can lead to several health effect as well as education effect; here’s a few. When you cram for an examination, your brain does not retain the information.
When looking at the parent or talking to them they seem to be apathetic to very depressed. They feel as if the only way to feeling anything is to make the child feel just as miserable as they are. In a lot of parents there seems to be a lot of drugs and alcohol use. They also behave in a bizarre manner. As in sudden out bursts or even lashing out on a child in public.
They may experience sadness and believe that they will never have a real or whole family again. To them, “normal life”, is a thing of the past and they are often unable to see any positive outcomes from the chaos in their life caused by their parents. If sadness of this nature is not addressed properly and is sustained for too long it can develop in to stress and/or depression. Anger can also occur if the child doesn’t fully understand or agree with the circumstances of a divorce, leading them to resentment often times causing them to act out. Being put under a lot of pressure to behave as if nothing is wrong is not fun and can cause children to avoid facing the problem by distracting themselves all in an effort to ignore the issue.
But the soda or coffee makes you crash later. Plus, when students get so stressed out trying to get good grades by doing homework, the stress can get them sick .And all of this could have been avoided m causing less stress if we only didn’t have the homework. And my last point is, homework takes up way too much time. My math assignments alone take at least an hour. And then I still have to work on any assignments I might have in English or science.
Some of them are encouraged by friends and ridiculously thinking they won’t get caught. Such misunderstandings are acting as a catalyst of cyberbullying and even worsen it. As for criticism, people always criticize others, motivated by self- centering and unpleasantly pressed destructive emotions. People have an overly high sense of self protecting and seek for conformity. Nowadays, people mainly uphold negative thinking and seldom appreciate others.