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41: Aromatherapy
... diffusing scents into the air to make people feel better (aromatherapy). Aromatherapy is used to relax the body. Scientists have been studding the use of aromatherapy and came down to one conclusion, "Aromatherapy does relive stress" (aromatherapy). Aromatherapy developed from the ancient practice of using different kinds of natural plant essences to promote a person's health and well being as well. It consists of pure essential oils obtained from a ... but could heal the whole mind. He found out that these terrific oils and aroma could change a human's emotion and put them to extreme relaxation in minutes (aromatherapy). Aromatherapy is proven to reduce stress affectedly on human beings (What). Aromatherapy can ease the body and relive any discomfort your body is feeling, such as pains or any headaches (what). Aromatherapy does really work. Modern scientists have been doing research ... and for different people. Whatever product you are using all relates on what kind of person you are. Different people may get different reactions. It is proved that aromatherapy bath salts have a relaxing and stress releasing effect (soak). Another product that is proven to release stress is lavender. Most salons when using lavender mix it with some sort of lubricating oil. When using the lavender it is almost positive ...
42: Salvador Manuchin
... one child to stand in for him and parent the family. Family therapists use the term “IP”, meaning Identified Patient, because a dysfunctional family member generally means a destabilized family system. Whatever its components, unresolved stress between parents reverberates down through all family interrelations and normally results in coalitions, emotional parent-child alignments against the other parent and perhaps other children. For example a mom is a verbally abusive, so when ... worth") that equate esteem with production (“vertical” stressor) puts in even more overtime to stuff the loneliness he feels when his eldest son leaves for college (“horizontal” stressor).(Jacobson, 1995) Worried about his health, escalating stress, and increasing distance from her, his wife suggests that they see a family therapist. Part of the therapeutic agenda would include giving the family tools for negotiating the "empty nest syndrome" while helping the husband ... of 2 or more members in a common interest or task) recognized. Minuchin also assesses coalitions, which are joint actions directed against one or more members. He also looks at distributions of power, sources of stress and environmental support (Minuchin, 1981). Minuchin believes that it is normal for appropriate alliances to be formed. Parents should form an alliance with each other rather than with one or more of the children. ...
43: Two Parents Or One?
... it is easy to see why having both parents in the household makes a much more well-rounded family atmosphere. When both parents are not in the household children after experience a great deal of stress from different aspects of their lives. This stress often comes from children who are forced into independence and self-reliance before they are mature enough to cope ("Children" 58). Many single parents leave their children at home or send them to low quality day cares centers while they are at work, causing stress on the children ("Children" 60). Yes, two parent families often leave their children at home or send them to low quality day cares, but studies show that it is ten times more likely to ...
44: Smoking
... precontemplation stage of readiness yielded the following: (a) "Readiness was higher for women who were pregnant" (p. 505). (b) Higher readiness equalled higher motivation, confidence, and action. (c) Stages unrelated to other variables (age, education, stress, or race). (d) Stages of readiness to quit was negatively related to habitation factors (p. 506). This experiment concludes by stating there instrument meets the low literacy needs of low SES women and that the instrument has shown sensitivity and reliability "to track the movement of motivation and readiness to quit in such a group" (p. 506). The fourth article for summary is Cigarette Smoking: Effects Upon Self- Rated Stress and Arousal Over the Day. This experiment dealt with the "typology" of smokers. Its main objective was to find evidence that contradicts the arousal modulation theory of smoking. Subjects were divided into two groups; smokers ... of the day was the fourth time block (rest of the day was divided into blocks 2 and 3). Subjects made self reports before and after each cigarette for that day. For subjects in the stress group, stress was high before each cigarette and decreased afterward, increasing again prior to the next cigarette (cyclicle pattern). Subjects in the arousal group over the day yielded an increase in arousal in block ...
45: Common Cold
... viruses that can easily be transmitted from person to person. In this essay we are going to emphasize on six of the possible causes of a common cold: Virus infection, lack of specific antibody, acute stress, chronic stress, increased human contact and a weaken immune system. The most common cause of the common cold is the virus infection. The virus inflection includes the flu and influenza. The flu is cause by a smaller ... vaccine for the flu is very simple, but finding a vaccine for influenza is virtually nil. Another cause of the common cold is the Antibody for specific virus. Dr Stone thinks that the accumulation of stress tips the infected person over into illness. In his study of 72 married white men for a period of 12 weeks, in which they kept daily diaries of their stress. Researchers then measured the ...
46: The Dangerous Opportunity: Community Based, Crisis Intervention
... the seventies focusing attention on building and utilizing community supports to prevent destructive aspects of crisis interventions. During the eighties nurses became more involved in crisis intervention in hospitals and out-patient settings. Critical incident stress debriefing developed in the nineteen eighties to meet needs of groups of emergency personnel, and has emerged in the nineties as a therapeutic intervention for groups victimized by acts of crime, ( such as hostage taking ... Whirter,1993) (Dingham,1995) Classifications of Emotional Crisis Rawlins, Williams and Beck (1993) describe several different classifications of emotional crisis. These include a dispositional crisis, anticipated life transitional crisis, developmental crisis, crisis resulting from traumatic stress, psychopathalogical crisis and psychiatric emergency crisis. A dispositional crisis consists of distress that arises from a problematic situation where nursing action is not directed at the emotional level. An example of this would be offering ... to normal life transition which the individual may not be unprepared for using his usual pattern of coping. Examples of this include crisis of adolescence or an adult child leaving home. Situation crisis or traumatic stress is precipitated by external events that are unexpected or uncontrolled. An example of this may be those survivors of the Oklahoma bombing. Psychopathalogical crisis exist when psychopathology exists prior to the crisis and inhibits ...
47: Eating Disorders
... the Eating Disorder finds their life to be less stressful and open for more than just food and criticism. Life to them can be more sufficient if they have a way to get out of stress and that is their way out. Life to them is so much easier with the Eating Disorder because they find a way to let stress out. Did you know that the person sitting next to you has a forty-five percent chance of getting an Eating Disorder? You might know them and you might not, but you can help them ... starvation, and emaciation. Bingeing and purging, come later in the progression of whatever disorders underlie Anorexia. The major psychological features seem to be the fear of maturing and the fear of losing control. Dealing with stress, of divorced parents, death, and school are the top causes why teenagers develop Anorexia. They think that becoming anorexic will take away all their uncertainty and guide them through the problem (Wolhart, 1988). Diagnosing ...
48: Biomechanics
... function of biological systems using the methods of mechanics. Biomechanics studies the process of kinematics and develops artificial limbs and footwear specifically to aid the body in performance. The study of biomechanics also includes the stress testing on crash dummies in car accidents and any sport where stress is placed on the body in order to produce performance. The type of stress specifically is the joint stimulation and bone modeling stress. The most common use of biomechanics is in the development of prosthetic limbs used for the handicapped. Most work on prosthetics is done in laboratories ...
49: The Stress On Money In The Met
The Stress on Money in The Metamorphosis In The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, the stress of, or the importance of money seems to be one of the major themes. Kafka shows how the person who makes the money is the person who gets the respect. If you aren t contributing ...
50: Heart Attacks
... severe pain in the chest extending to the left shoulder and arm. Heart attacks occur for a variety of reasons. Diet, genetics, obesity, and lack of exercise are all contributors to heart attacks. Smoking and stress are the most widespread causes however, affecting 2.5 million people every year. Therefore, smoking and stress are two major causes of heart attacks. Smoking causes heart attacks. The tobacco in cigarettes and cigars contain a chemical called nicotine. When inhaled into the lungs, nicotine causes the release of hormones in the ... extended period of time, ten or more years, arteries begin to close up. When an artery feeding blood to the heart closes up, the heart can no longer function. This results in a heart attack. Stress is another cause of heart attacks. The causes of stress vary from person to person, although there are many stressors. Anger, fear, deadlines, work, conflict, and school can all be stressors. When an individual ...

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