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HWE 415 Week 1 Discussion Assess Your Stress New Work

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Sometimes our bodies physiologically react to stress by causing migraines, palpitations, or an upset stomach. We may not always realize that these symptoms are due to stress. After reading Chapters 1, 2, and 3 in the text and after viewing the Films on Demand video Worried Sick, assess your physiological reactions to your current stressors by taking Lab Assessment 2.2. 

Based on the Lab Assessment, address the following elements:

•  Discuss your results and explain if you are having a stress reaction to your current stressors.

•  Describe how you presently respond to stress and if you would consider this a healthy or unhealthy way to deal with stress and why.

Your initial post must be 300 words in length at a minimum. Include your course text and one additional scholarly resource to support your work. All citations and references must adhere to APA formatting standards.

Guided Response: Respond to two classmates by Day 7. In each of your responses, explain one healthy way you currently deal with your stressors to your classmates and provide a link to information on how to perform this stress management technique. (If you currently do not respond to stress in a healthy way, choose a stress management technique that you would consider using and explain the technique to your classmate and provide a link to information.) Your post should be at least 100 words in length. Include one scholarly reference formatted in APA style.

Carefully review the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate this Discussion Thread

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