A lot of the time a person with social anxiety may have trouble falling asleep due to the stress of an upcoming social event. Having bad sleeping patterns such as these can wear a person’s body down and create serious health problems (Denkmire and Perritano 7). Individuals with social phobia tend to over analyze or over think simple situations which can cause a large amount of stress when done every day. Heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure are a few serious side effects associated with the stress that accompanies social anxiety. Social anxiety increases a person’s chances of developing high blood pressure.
This may effect an individual’s ability to socialize, work, or carry out tasks in their own life. Phobias may cause more do stress to an individual to where that individual will not want be have anything to with anything associated with the phobia. This may cause the individual to draw away from society all together. There are many symptoms associated with phobias, such as: chest pain, sweating, choking sensation, shortness of breath, dizziness, heart palpitations, nausea, and the fear of dying. (Smith, 2010) Classical conditioning may cause an individual to develop a phobia.
Research has shown the high levels of stress can take a great toll on a person and there every day lives. Although does gender have an effect on the way a person controls, maintains and handles stress. There has been some finding that the gender of on self can have an affect on how they will handle stress in there everyday lives. The areas that have some relation to the way stress is handles are Biological, social, current life status and history of a gender that can affect the levels of stress in an individual. When it comes to understanding stress in a certain Gender many things have to be accounted for such has biological factor the may change the amount of chemicals that are released or added to the body.
Stress: A Genetic Gift Following the perception of an acute stressful event, there is a cascade of changes in the nervous cardiovascular, endocrine, and immune systems. These changes constitute the stress response and are generally adaptive. Simply put, during times of acute crisis, eating, growth, and sexual activity may be a detriment to physical integrity and even survival, (“Schniederman, Ironson, & Siegel, 2005”). The body has a natural ability to deal with stress; overtime chronic stress can interrupt one’s health. Stress is experienced by everyone and can be triggered by environmental, psychological and biological factors.
Drug abusers experiences mixed emotions and are typically unhappy and may even result in death. These are the things that make drug abusers anti-social. They’re behaviour is not normal and cannot conform to the everyday things people do. 5.HOW THE ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR CAN BE REDUCED OR CONTROLLED Drug abuse can be resolved or helped by types of treatment. These treatments may not make the user suddenly sociable, but over time, the treatments will help a
The Definition of Occupational Stress Occupational stress is a kind of stress, also can call workplace stress, it is occurs when human unsatisfied with their occupational life. Every individual in stress will make different kind of reaction, some of them can work more effective because the motivation of occupational stress. However, most of people will have physically problem, include immune system problem and heart disease, when they are having a stressful work life, also some of them may occurs anxiety or having psychological disorder. It is very common and serious problem in nowadays, because most of human cannot have a satisfied occupational life. The Influence of Occupational Stress in Biological Theories As I said before, some people may have immune system problem when individual stay in stressful work life in long term situation.
Acute Stress Response Cheryl Welch Liberty University Abstract The purpose of this paper is to define and explain the acute stress response and acute stress disorder. Clarify the differences between the two conditions and offer review of treatments and symptoms associated with both. Therapies and interventions are reviewed and explored for effectiveness in resolving symptoms and preventing post-traumatic stress disorder. The acute stress response (ASR) refers to psychological and physiological responses to stressful events. These responses are displayed by emotional, cognitive, and behavioral changes.
Wild and Wild (2014) defines culture shock as “a psychological process affecting people living abroad that is characterized by homesickness, irritability, confusion, aggravation, and depression.” These afflictions may cause job performance to suffer and make for an early return home for that employee. Obviously, with the large investment companies are making in that employee with salary and relocation expenses it is in their best interest to reduce the risk of failure. An appropriate cultural training program (CCT) is one of the ways companies can accomplish this. “Pre-departure CCT aims to enhance the adjustment of expatriates by developing individuals’ awareness of differences in appropriate norms and behaviors between their home and their host country” (Puck et al. 2008).
The nurture would include where we live and how we were raised. This model then requires the individual to be exposed to a situation that causes an extreme internal or external stressful response (Comer, 2013). Therefore, it is not enough that an individual be born into a legacy of stress or anxiety, but they must also have experienced a significant amount of stress due to environmental factors. The impact of environmental factors on an individual predisposed to stress was examined in several studies. While each study focused on a different cause and effect, the outcome demonstrated strong links between the family and environment and medical illnesses.
Effects of Noise pollution: 1) On humans: An unwanted sound can damage physiological and psychological health. Noise pollution causes aggression, high stress levels, hearing loss, and other harmful effects. Furthermore, stress and hypertension cause many health problems. This all may lead to a severe depression and panic attacks. The mechanism of chronic exposure to high sounds causes hearing loss; it can also cause the person not to hear a sound of this frequency in the future.