When a person with a phobia encounters the stimulus which causes their fear they experience extreme anxiety and will show avoidance behaviour. There are various elements that make up the fear response of phobia such as, cognitive element, where the expectation of harm about to happen, the perception of danger and threat. There is also the biological element which is the body’s emergency reaction to danger (‘fight or flight’ response) release of adrenaline leading to increased heart rate, breathing rate, blood pressure, sweating, etc. There is also the emotional element which is the feeling of dread, terror and panic. The final element is the behavioural one, involving fleeing, avoidance behaviour or freezing.
The human body is designed to know when stress is used and is effecting the body and your body should know how and when to react to it. Everyone thinks that stress is a bad thing but it is also a positive. This is because stress is keeping you alert and will prepare you for any kind of danger. Stress can become dangerous is someone is faced with stress continuously without any kind of relief. Stress becomes very dangerous when they use alcohol, tobacco or drugs to try and relieve the stress.
In short, this is the reason why the creature killed the people. As a result, both the creature and Victor live in torment and fear. Furthermore, the creature is isolated and afraid of anybody he encounters. Similarly, Victor continuously fear that the creature will someday kill him as well as the ones her loves. In chapters one through ten, the creature was brought to existence and raised in a totally different environment than that of Victor.
At The Heart of conflict is fear When conflict erupts it can devastate individuals and community’s. It fractures families and causes long-standing animosity between nations and states. The underlying emotion at the heart of most conflict situations is fear. Whether it is the threat of dispossession, loss of friends or family or the fear of death itself, Fear almost always is at the centre of conflict. Those who are unable to navigate themselves through times of fear can most often expect to achieve a frightened illogical response.
Fear For many, most vivid memories are conceived from times of fear. Our brains etch the memories into our brains from the adrenaline it gives us, which is called flashbulb memory. Fear makes people uncomfortable, especially since there are so many things to be afraid of. The fears of spiders, heights, failure, disease, getting injured, and that’s just to name a few. Peoples first reaction to anything is to go back to their comfort place, when someone watches a scary movie, their comfort zone would be closing their eyes.
When something like this happens to them it affects others around them, because they fill like they have to constantly walking on eggshells. There are a lot of other diagnose that can come from BPD, but they show at least five symptom like being suicidal, fill with rage, impulsive and often dangerous behaviors, stress related paranoid thoughts, and making wild accusations. People with borderline personality
The effect of PTSD can be very extensive. PTSD is a debilitating disorder, and its symptoms have a negative impact on a numerous areas of everyday life. In particular, PTSD negatively affects a person's mental health, physical health, work, and relationships. Post-traumatic is more then merely a stress disorder, PTSD is an anxiety disorder that a person may develop after experiencing extreme or overwhelming traumatic events. More specifically, the trauma is more overwhelmingly powerful when they witnesses and event in which another person may have been killed, seriously injured or threatened.
Madness and Mayhem are very much represented in Macbeth. The Madness comes to life in Macbeth and Lady Macbeth’s minds and is significantly exposed to the outside, where Mayhem has erupted and caused chaos and violent confusion. Madness and Mayhem is shown differently again in the text Firestorm. The Madness is revealed when Ben Masters has a life threatening decision to make, whether to stay and fight or flee and survive. The Mayhem is what the fire is doing to his house, his family and his livelihood.
Impairing behavior, judgment, memory, concentration, and coordination. On the liver, a build up of excess fluid begins to gather as your body works over-time to get rid of the toxins. Extreme mood swings and emotional outburst also are a common side effects of “one too
pg. 16). According to Frederick T. L. Leong, the general editor of the Encyclopedia of counseling, says that a panic attack can have onsets of fearfulness, intense apprehension, and even leaving an individual with feelings of doom. Others may feel short of breath, a choking feeling, chest pain, or palpitations to mention just a few symptoms one may endure. Individuals who have endured such symptoms tend to worry about when the next occurrence of these sudden onsets may arise and just how these symptoms will affect them in the future (Leong.