Moreover, add to physical and psychological stresses deficient or excessive eating, lack of proper nutrients, lack of good vitamins and minerals, or an excess of calories, toxins and other molecules that are not normally found in nature, and you just worsen the overall toxicity condition. The cellular environment and chemical stress on the cells will be more harmful. Any inconvenient lifestyle (junk food, sedentary lifestyle, negative emotions, etc.) will produce a harmful chemical stress in the cellular environment. When there is negative thoughts, emotional or psychological stress, there are stress molecules (adrenaline and cortisol, for example) which are presented to the cells.
Changes in the surrounding world and changes in weather conditions can affect the human body in the form of oppression of mood, slowing of physical activity and disturbance of thinking. The main causes of seasonal depression are the lack of sunlight, worsening of weather conditions and autologous
Stress is the response in either physical or mental due to environmental factor. Mostly the fuel to let us complete tasks perfectly is stress, but if it is accumulated after a certain point it will lead to insanity. Stress can be categorized into three types, but the key to insanity is chronic stress. Chronic stress is accumulated from the pasts and it is almost so comfortable until we did not realise the presence of it in our daily life. In long term of influence under chronic stress will wear down a person’s mental resource and cause him to be unstable and finally causes insanity with an event act as a catalyst like trauma from the pasts or event that hit the emotion of that person’s emotion
Climate change is an irreversible consequence of the damage we do to our Earth. If we do not change our ways, the global temperature will swell, causing an unchangeable series of events, consecrating detriments onto all the existence upon Earth. In only about 140 years, the average global temperature has increased 0.8 degrees celsius, and the ramification is the irreparable destruction of the place where we and millions of other species live. The most important consequence of climate change is the global increase in temperature and how that is affecting various animal species all over the Earth, the health of humans, and the rapid rise of sea level. Every year hundreds of species are diminishing due to the global temperature increase.
Warmer average temperatures hamperd eco- systems, causing a decrease in some key food-chain supporting species such as corals, and causing an increase in the growing ranges of some weeds, grasses, and trees that may increase the severity and prevalence of allergies. Other harmful impact on human health include: The Increase of climate-sensitive diseases such as tick-and mosquito-borne diseases and food and water borne pathogens, an increase in ground-level ozone and smog which caused asthmas and other health problem . An increase in the number of extremely hot weather which can cause heat-related mortality. The mass migration of people to avoid these climate- related consequences may cause different type of conflict and further stress on environmental issues water, food, shelter, sanitation, and healthcare resources. Miners develop the potentially fatal lung conditions coal workers’ pneumoconiosis and silicosis due to the inhalation of dust during mining
It is easy to observe that the effect of global climate change on the Earth. For example, the rises of sea levels, glaciers, and polar ice caps are melting; numerous animals are emigrating to find other places to exist; trees are in bloom sooner. Scientists have confirmed that the temperature will keep on rising up for the next decades because of human activities in the industry (Alina). One of the biggest problems facing us now is global warming. It not only affects animals and plants but also the human population, which is indeed scary (Markham).
The reason why these can be regarded as determinants of his health is because stress induces a pro-inflammatory response and involvement of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis . A person’s employment and working conditions can therefore increase the vulnerability of an individual to becoming ill, such as Mr W.’s precarious employment. Precarious employment is considered as employment insecurity, with low wages and economic derivation as well as restricted social rights . Research into its impacts have revealed that such types of employment have a stress related pathway to ill health and poor self-reported health , with mental health being reported as the most susceptible and responsive health outcome associated with this determinant
Burnout has an IDC-10 number of Z73.0. It can be clinically similar to depression. There are differences between compassion fatigue and burnout. Compassion fatigue can be of sudden onset and is a natural consequence of working with people who have experienced some trauma event. Conversely, burnout is an all-encompassing concept and can be caused from a number of stressors such as work environment, low salaries, and or limited resources, just to name a few (Slatten, Carson, & Carson,
All around the world, “heat waves [are] projected to become more intense,” causing multiple issues such as intense droughts, little to no resources for those in drought areas, possible forced migration to escape the devastation that the heat waves can cause, and extinction of certain species that cannot make it through the intense heat (“Global Climate”). Furthermore, “summer temperatures are projected to continue rising,” which in turn only causes the chances for intense droughts to devastate the Earth (“Global Climate”). Moreover, the “reduction of soil moisture” caused by droughts will cause damage in agriculture, and potentially lead to shortages of resources that will be essential to get through resulting heat waves and droughts (“Global Climate”). These disastrous issues are direct results of climate change, and is something that near future generations will have as a reality if the progression of global warming is not ceased or
This investigation analyses the causes and effects of procrastination and explores a range of measures suitable to cease this destructive habit. The information for this report has been gathered from both printed and electronic sources namely published books, online journal articles, newspaper articles and psychological websites. It was found that procrastination is mainly driven by the fear towards failure and imperfection. Ineffective time spending and poor time allocation is also a root cause of procrastination. Procrastination may deteriorate procrastinator’s health in which procrastinators suffer high stress leading to other chronic diseases including cardiovascular disease (CVD) and hypertension.