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Mental & Emotional Health Exam Review Mental Health Issues Stress & Grief Health Skills Terms 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 Anxiety Disorder A disorder involving unreasonable fear or anxiety that interferes with a person‘s daily life. Row 1, Col 1 Stressor An event, situation or thought, either positive or negative, that causes stress. 1,2 I - Messages Communication that uses the word “I”, and lets the speaker take responsibility. 1,3 Self-Respect Having a high regard for one‘s standing; accepting oneself as one is. 1,4 Seratonin A neurotransmitter or chemical involved in controlling states of conscious and mood. 2,1 See notes Describe three different ways to respond to stress in a positive way. 2,2 Shows all aspects of our health, signifies need for balance. What is the health triangle and why is it important? 2,3 Passive- Aggressive communication/ behavior Displaying behavior that expresses negative feelings, resentment, or aggression in an unassertive, passive way. 2,4 Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) A disorder in which a person’s brain gets stuck on a thought, and the person feels the urge to repeat behaviors and rituals. 3,1 Alarm stage, resistance stage, exhaustion stage What are the three stages of the fight or flight response? 3,2 False Image Appeal Behaviors that contribute to the welfare of a group in a positive way. 3,3 Neurotransmitters A chemical that carries messages from one part of the brain to another; allows communication between neurons. 3,4 See notes or glossary for answer. Differentiate between Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa. 4,1 Response to any threat, challenge, or change; an uncontrolled response by the body. Describe the fight or flight response. 4,2 The place of control – internal is control by the person, external is control from an outside source. What is the locus of control? What is the difference between an internal and external locus of control? 4,3 Depression A mood disorder whose symptoms include persistent sad or irritable mood, loss of interest in normal activities, a major change in appetite or body weight. 4,4 Changing hormones, brain development, poor sleep cycles. Explain at least 2 reasons why teens are at a higher risk for depression. 5,1 Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance Describe, in order, the five stages of loss and grief. 5,2 Having a generally positive outlook; see notes. Describe at least 3 different ways someone can be optimistic. How does being optimistic promote mental and emotional health? 5,3 Endorphins Natural chemicals that help people feel good and balance the effects of stress. 5,4