Hormone released in the body to prepare for the new stress. It causes physical changes in the body. (Heart beats faster, senses increases, sweating, blood goes to big muscles,)
Any time you encounter stress you enter the alarm stage. Your body goes from relaxed to physically prepare for the new stress. This is also known as the "Fight or Flight Response"
Blame others for your problems and do not take responsibility for your actions.
A feeling of sadness or hopelessness that keeps a person from carrying out daily activities.
Anti depression medicines that help serotonin and talk therapy are the two most common ways this disease is treated.
Reading and responding to unspoken feelings.
If your body stays in the Resistance Stage for a prolonged period of time your body will become tired and your immune system will fail. You are more likely to become sick and physically tired during this stage.
Use violence and threats to express their anger. They have poor impulse control.
Enjoy company, express what there thinking, enjoy big groups, and prefer a lot of friends.
More likely to keep their thoughts and feelings to themselves, typically have less friends but the friends they have are very close.
Controlling your impulses and having Anger that is appropriate.
Persistance and optimism in the face of setbacks.
These are chemical messengers in your brain that tell your body to react. When a stressor occurs these are released sending the message to your body to prepare itself.
Tend to look at the positive side of a new situation first.
Tend to look at the negative side of a new situation first.
Consider where their anger is coming from and look for solutions to not hurt themselves or others.
Rapid Eye Movement. Of the stages of sleep this is the best. It is when our body most repairs itself and if we get enough of it we feel rested.
If your body stays in the Alarm Stage for an extended amount of time you will enter this stage. Your body recognizes that you are under high stress and it becomes more resilient to new stress.
Knowing what you feel and using your senses to make decisions you can be happy with.
This neurotransmitter helps to regulate your mood and emotions. When there is a lack of it or an imbalance of it depression may occur.
After stress is gone this neurotransmitter is released telling the body to stop releasing adrenaline. It sends the message to slow down.
This allows our body to build and repair itself and it also allows information to be retained in our long term memory.
Interacting smoothly with other people and handling emotional reactions in others.
The effect of physical and or psychological demands that are put on a person.
Conflict avoiders, bury their anger, blame themselves.
The act of taking your own life.
Do not express anger directly. Pull other people in on purpose. Gossip and rumors are common.
Driven, Motivated, Impatient, Competitive, Task oriented, Frustrated easily, Hard on themselves.
Patient, Non competitive, Relaxed, Less hurried, Friendlier and less stress than type A personality.
Use passive aggressive means to express their anger. Examples are the silent treatment or sarcasm.