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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Stages of Stress 1st Stage of Stress Towards the end of the school year, Rosie was becoming stressed out about school. Ever since she started her junior year in high school, her teachers have been pilling up work. She would sometimes have 3 to 4 test in just 1 day. That was very common. The last 2 weeks were the worst though. She would stay up to 3am. Studying for important tes and finishing up projects. She began to become sleep deprived. She learned that letting it out really helped and she felt a lot better. 2nd Stage of Stress Personal Story Hypothalamus is a region of the forebrain below the thalamus that coordinates both the autonomic nervous system. Resistance- if exposed to a stressor continues, your body adapts and reacts to the stressor. You may perform at a higher level and with more endurance for a brief period. Know you know if your in the stage 3rd Stage of Stress Fatigue- if exposure to stress is prolonged, your body loses its ability to adapt.You begin to tire and loss the ability to manage other stressor effectively. Alarm- Your mind and body go on high alert.This reaction is sometimes referred as fight-or-flight response because it prepares your body either to defined itself or to flee from a threat. Stage 1-Dilated pupils-Faster pulse and heart rateStage 2-trouble sleeping-Feeling fatigueStage 3-High blood pressure-Heart Disease Ryan Bush, Will Gamble, Cassidy Holene
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