Whether it is a personal loss, or the overwhelming pressures of life, neglecting the assistance of others or not seeking it will lead to a break down sooner or later. As you continue looking at how humans deal with stress, this question comes to mind: Is the burden to be carried as a group effort? Do humans assist each other with their hardships, ultimately sharing a common connection through agony? It is for certain that a single person will not be able to deal with such stressful experiences alone without altering their own personality and character. Shutting yourself within a bubble will only lead to a disillusioned world where difficult experiences cripple you, and you constantly feel guilty for things you may not have been able to change.
The good news is that while the effects of substance abuse are dangerous, but unless a person mistreats his/her body with the use of stimulants, he/she should be able to recover in a relatively quick time. The author also adds about the reality of students who are so stressed that they can’t even bring themselves to sleep. In the end, he concludes that the best way of learning is by moderation.“The Dangers of Cramming” is the article by Keith Ablow which discusses about the fact that cramming does more harm than good. The author further elaborates on both the effects of cramming and the side effects of stimulants abuse. First, cramming can cause short-term intellectual setbacks, albeit the states of setbacks vary greatly among many different people.
I had heard that human growth hormone could promote faster healing for my elbow," This shows how athletes steroids can be used to help injuries and recover faster. And yet, many other people see the negative effects that come out of taking steroids and now Andy Pettitte is facing the consequences for doing the deed. Overall it is obvious that performance enhancing drugs are unacceptable. They have a negative health risk and they give an unfair advantage. Performance enhancing drugs ruin people's lives don’t let it be your
Fear can be too powerful of a motivator which will cause ineffective results making someone weaker. Fear is a negative motivator, but it is very powerful. For fear to be a prosperous motivator there must be a solution offered or a new path. Wilson prefers another motivator to help someone get rid of doubt which will inspire them in a positive way. “I prefer to motivate someone by eliminating doubt.
According to Dr. Sharon Galor (2012) Emotion focused coping strategies aim to reduce and manage the intensity of the negative and distressing emotions that a stressful situation has caused rather than solving the problematic situation itself. These coping strategies thus help us feel better but don 't solve the source of our distress. It has been proven that especially among the terminally ill, emotional coping combined with actively expressing and processing emotions has psychological adjustment benefits like decreases depression, hostility and increases life satisfaction. Sometimes the strategies are utilized when one isn 't up to utilizing critical thinking techniques or when the stressors is to be excessively extraordinary for
Fear can be both helpful and harmful. It helps us survive, preventing us from making poor choices. It is an instinct that can save both you and others. But it can lead to paranoia, paralyzing you to the point where you can’t act. If you obsess over it too much, you won’t be able to enjoy life to the fullest.
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”).
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
The genes do not cause the depression but increase the risk when certain psychological and social factors come into play at the same time. The genetic tendency to depression can be triggered by some stressful life experience. Studies indicate that depression may be caused by chemical imbalance in the brain. The human brain operates on fluids called neurotransmitters, some give energy (adrenalin) and some control body movements. The neurotransmitters associated with depression is called Serotonin which regulates mood, sleep, appetite, alertness among others.