If she were to give into her treatment she would feel miserable and regretful ultimately not bettering herself. If we take Audre’s story and put it in a student’s shoes, it’d be the same premise despite the different situations. Peers may say drinking will put you at ease when really it puts you in more distress after. Lorde states that we need to identify our needs in order to bring us to peace “Another secret to find something your soul craves for nourishment – a religion, a quiet spot, a dance class – and satisfy it” (Lorde 4). By making simple lifestyle changes like altering your diet, stop binge drinking, remove stressors, and improving sleeping habits will significantly reduce anxiety.
Some people believe that teenagers think it’s cool to do drugs or drink and in most cases they are, but some of the students use them to keep them awake. In the article “Teen and Sleep: What Happens When Teenagers Don’t Get Enough Sleep” by Juliann Garry, “sleep-deprived teens are more likely to use stimulants like caffeine and nicotine to get through the day but also to deal with sleep-related negative moods by self-medicating with alcohol”(par.9). Sleepy teenagers that use drugs or drink alcohol are putting their health at risk. But it’s not just their own lives they are affecting because if they don't control it they will become addicted and eventually end up hurting people they love the most just to get the drugs. Teenagers shouldn’t be able to access drugs just because they think it will keep them awake and in reality it’s just giving a false sense of energy to them.
Many heart attacks and cancerous diseases can stem from stress. It enlarges the blood veins and can affect the blood flow throughout one’s body. To be constantly stressed it not a good thing, in fact, it is very unhealthy. Which is why learning to manage stress is something that is, could, and should be talked about more often between people of all ages. One can make stress their enemy, one can make it their friend.
Rex's hostile and dangerous behavior was a direct result of alcohol consumption. After drinking, he grew excessively angry, his driving skills were lessened, and he wreaked havoc between the family while completely ignoring the needs of his children. His spells of drinking were a direct result of stressful situations. (Bartkevicius 151) On page 71 of Walls's The Glass Castle, Rex attempts to domestically abuse Rosemary by hanging her out of a window towards the end of an argument. Leading up to this, the context provides evidence that at this time the family was tight on money primarily because Rosemary refused to get a job.
Tetanus is a disease that affects your central nervous system, causing your muscles to contract with a lot of pain. It causes problems with breathing and swallowing, which could be life threatening. Meningococcal disease can cause infections in the brain, spinal cord, and bloodstream. Symptoms of this disease are fever, headaches, stiffness, nausea or vomiting, sensitivity to light, or confusion. This disease could lead to hearing loss, brain damage, and even death.
The only distinction was that they were interviewed by another set of interviewers. Because the route of their process was located fairly close to those of the tutors’ applicants, several tutee applicants would led themselves towards the wrong table. Though, both applicants needed to get interviewed, however, tutees had a more easing experience. Family members of those who were applying sat around the tables laid out for filling out forms. Most of them seemed uninterested and approached their phones almost immediately for entertainment.
Also, due to demanding challenges faced by many police departments, most officers usually stay on the job for more than sixteen hours without enough time to rest and recuperate. Sleep deprivation and improper eating will fuel chronic fatigue among officers, causes enormous stress that can lead to officer’s misconducts at work. Stress is a disease and should be treated as such by employers of labor. Based on these effects of stress, it will be important for administrators to focus more on stress management in order to reduce the police brutalities. Officers suffering from chronic stress may not be able to able to make “split second” decision when it comes to protecting him/herself or even spearing the life of assailant.
Stress is a broad disease that can cause a lot of harm to the human body, leading to depression, suicidal thoughts, sleep deprivation, substance abuse, obesity, heart disease, and many other things. One big problem in police departments is how often they are exposed to so many emotionally damaging situations: “They ride an emotional and biochemical roller coaster. They experience moments of intense action and alertness, followed by emotional crashes marked by exhaustion, and isolation. They become hypervigilant. Surrounded by crime all day, some come to perceive that society is more threatening than it really is (“The Cop Mind”).
People can commit suicide by cutting their wrists, gun shot, jumping from heights or hang themselves. So, what are the main causes that makes people commit suicide? The first important cause is psychological problems, there are two main reasons for psychological problems, the first one is, depression. It’s one of the most common problems in the world that can happen at any age. Did you know that according to the world health organization, the United states is one of the most depressed countries in the world.
There is a high rate of substance abuse in healthcare workers because they can easily access drugs, or controlled substances. Due to the excessive use of these drugs, healthcare workers feel depression, inconsistency, emotionalism, absenteeism, and violence in their behavior which can cause risk of accidents and reduce their power of functioning and productivity. The case study declared that healthcare workers have poor health and depression issues because most of them do not able to handle multiple tasks and long working hours which caused depression and health issues and at the great extent that some of them prefer to switch the job or even some workers commit suicide. Musculoskeletal injuries are mostly found in healthcare workers especially in nurses because they weighing patients and help patients to move from bed to chair and toilet, and sometimes give bathe to their patients which cause low back pain in their