Traumatic stress -Usually brought on by outside seriously stressful incident-Needs to be treated by a multi-disciplinary team. Stress can affect many parts of our lives left unchecked, the sufferer may find it difficult to concentrate, planning and motivation may start to deteriorate. Sleep may become disturbed and sex drive can also decrease. Stress can be triggered by a particular event like giving a speech or it can be brought on by a constant situation for instance a relationship issue that never gets dealt with. The
Explain the key strengths and limitations of the psychiatric classification system. 3. Explain two alternative frameworks for understanding mental distress. 4. Explain how mental ill health may be indicated through an individual’s emotions, thinking and behaviour.
The abilities and needs of an individual with dementia may fluctuate because they are having a good/ bad day. Also this may change daily because of stress levels, if they have not had enough sleep and stress. This can cause the individual being frustrated, confused and have added memory difficulties. The individual’s needs and abilities may also fluctuate because the condition has progressed or being the later stages of dementia. Throughout these stages the individual will need more support on a day too day basis and more encouragement.
Unit 4222-212 Provide support to manage pain and discomfort (hsc 2003) Outcome 1 Understand approaches to managing pain and discomfort. 1. Explain the importance of holistic approuch to managing pain and discomfort. Using a holistic approach is important because it gets to the root of the problem and the reason your having pain to begin with or Pain may be coming from another part of the body and when you try to find out where the pain originates from this can help you to decide the best way to treat it. When you know the cause and you can resolve the problem more accurately and Pain maybe emotional pain if they are concerned about something or it may also be due to anxiety or you worry about what may happen to them.
When you know the cause, you can resolve the problem more accurately. Pain maybe emotional pain if they are concerned about something, it may also be due to anxiety/ worry about what may happen to them. 2. Describe different approaches to
Explain the range of factors that may influence mental well-being and mental health problems across the life span, including: a. biological factors b. social factors c. psychological factors. 3. Explain how the following types of risk factors and protective factors influence levels of resilience in individuals and groups in relation to mental well-being and mental health. a. risk factors including inequalities, poor quality social relationships b. protective factors including socially valued roles, social support and contact Unit CMH 301 Understand Mental Well-being and Mental Health Promotion
The Phases of Stress What is stress? Life stressors involve changes in your environment that your central nervous system must adapt to during the course of daily living. Stressors include either positive or negative life events (e.g., death, divorce, new job, new house, new baby) that require you to adapt to these changes in your life. Stress results when pressures, challenges, or demands in life exceed your coping abilities. Stress can manifest itself in physical, emotional, or behavioral symptoms.
Monitoring progress is when you work on the procedures needed for reorganization and observation of the changed behavior. Following up provides the information needed to know if the behavior change results from the intervention continued to create endurance even in other settings and times. The two phases I choose are screening and monitoring evaluation . During the screening process the behavior analyst is to assess the client and to determine if further services are necessary to address behavioral problems (Cooper, Heron & Heward, 2007). It is included in behavior assessment to identify if there was a problem behavior, what variables cause and effect this behavior and if so what needs to be done for said behavior to be better.
Stress is our response to a stressor such as an environmental condition or situation and is the body’s way to react to a challenge. The body’s way to respond to this stress is via the sympathetic nervous system which results in the fight or flight response mentioned above. This condition can in turn have an impact on the client’s mental and physical well- being. Hadley and Staudacher
This assumption can help to explain how traumatic childhood events can lead to further psychological issues as adults. In some cases people may be consciously unaware of early experiences that caused discomfort due to the development of defence mechanisms. Defence mechanisms are a way in which the mind can cope with distressful experiences; it does this by repressing the memories so that even