Stress Relief

~ Exam ~

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This test has 12 questions.

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1. What we usually call stress is ____.

  a. eustress

  b. burnout

  c. distress

  d. adaption

2. The pressures that cause stress are ___.

  a. the stress level

  b. chronic stress

  c. general adoptive syndrome

  d. stressors

3. In assessing stress, look for ___.

  a. stress sources

  b. stress symptoms

  c. stressors

  d. all 3

4. One type of quick stress relief is ___.

  a. coffee

  b. deep breathing

  c. alcohol

  d. sugary snacks

5. Long-term stress results in ___.

  a. alarm

  b. stressors

  c. fear

  d. illness

6. Life-styles that foster stress prevention include ___.

  a. adequate sleep

  b. balanced nutrition

  c. regular exercise

  d. all 3

7. Hans Selye named the __________.

  a. fight-flight

  b. general adaptive syndrome

  c. coping

  d. stress response

8. Working where people argue much is a ___ stressor.

  a. acute

  b. chronic

  c. sequential

  d. alarm

9. Changing the way you interpret events is called ___.

  a. evaluation

  b. stress

  c. reframing

  d. reforming

10. The body's preferred state of balance is ___.

  a. eustress

  b. homeopathy

  c. homeostasis

  d. resistance

11. In the USA, the most common stressors are problems with ___.

  a. money

  b. sex

  c. family

  d. work

12. The 3rd stage of the General Adaption Syndrome is ___.

  a. alarm

  b. exhaustion

  c. resistance

  d. adaption