Module 5 Lms Health Class Test Questions

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Three methods to managing stress:
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Relaxing, getting rest, treating yourself.
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Events, situations, or surroundings that make a demand on the body are known as: environment adrenalines stressors hormones
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C
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This hormone is released during the “fight or flight” reaction period. stress adrenaline episodic puberty
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B
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Stress that relates directly to a particular incident or situation is known as: episodic panic attack adrenaline emotional
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A
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This stress is associated with long-term problems. Consequences adrenaline puberty chronic
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D
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The automatic and instant response that alerts one to a threat and helps prepare one to face action or flee is called the: “panic attacks” reaction “flee or die” reaction “adrenaline flowing” reaction “fight or flight” reaction
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D
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The use of alcohol, drugs and/or tobacco is often associated with chronic stress. (T/F)
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True
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Depression is a disorder that includes feelings of hopelessness and sadness, but is seldom related to stress issues. (T/F)
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True
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Panic attacks normally indicate one is under a great amount of stress. (T/F)
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True
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Which is not a physical sign of stress? pupils dilate breathing becomes faster and deeper kidneys and liver constrict spending money
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D
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Physical changes that occur in the body that prepare a person to respond to stress are known as? stress response panic attack stress overload depression
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A
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Which of the following might be stress reducers? being involved in lots of after school activities so you will become more popular arguing with your boyfriend or girlfriend to express your feelings goal setting and time management trying to accomplish a number of activities all at once
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C
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This type of stress response is activated during emergency situations or, in a milder form, at a time when the pressure’s on but there’s no actual danger: fight or flight reaction post traumatic stress disorder stress overload chronic stress
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A
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If a person frequently feels tense, upset, worried, or stressed, it may be a sign of _________. anemia autism anxiety adrenaline
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C
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Stress management skills are techniques used to help you cope and to prevent or lessen harmful effects produced by the stress response. (T/F)
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True
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To your body, stress is synonymous with Health Routine Change Choice
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C
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The hormone that is commonly excreted during a stressful situation is: Testosterone Progesterone Thyroxin Adrenaline
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D
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Which of the following is not a good strategy for reducing stress? Watch the way you think, keep positive thoughts. compulsive exercise getting a good night’s sleep breathing exercises
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B
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Maria is very nervous about her plans to go swimming with some friends because she has always been afraid of the water. Which solution might be a positive way to cope with her fear/stress. Make an excuse so she doesn’t have to go and therefore, relieve her of the situation of going swimming. Discuss your concerns with your friends and use this as a step toward managing this stress. Just understand that this is who she is and avoiding this whole situation is the best option for her.
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B
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Why should you write your goals down? so you don’t forget them so other people know what they are it is one step for insuring success so you don’t change your mind
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C
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These types of goals help make up the framework for long-term goals desires short-term goals performance goals outcome goals
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B
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All of the following are needs except: phone shelter food water
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A
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Outcome goals are something you want to: think about accomplish consider support
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B
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Goals must be _________ and _______________. specific and flexible specific and measurable measurable and vague
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B
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I plan to finish my history project today so that I can go to the movies tomorrow night. This is an example of a: short-term goal long-term goal
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A
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When I graduate from college, I plan to go to law school. This is an example of a: short-term goal long-term goal
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B
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I plan to go to the batting cages two days a week in order to improve my hitting. This is an example of a: performance goal outcome goal
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A
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I plan to practice my tennis drills everyday all summer so that I can maintain my #1 seed on the tennis team this year. This is an example of a: performance goal outcome goal
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A
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Next year, I will be the first chair clarinet player in the concert band. This is an example of a: performance goal outcome goal
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B
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After graduating from college, I will be an forensic scientist. This is an example of a: performance goal outcome goal
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B
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I plan to work with a tutor three days per week for one hour over the next three months so that I can improve my SAT scores. This is an example of a: performance goal outcome goal
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A
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I plan to lose some weight over the next three months by going to the gym three times a week and cutting back on my fast food intake. What is the problem with this goal? It does not state how much weight needs to be lost. This is an impossible goal. This goal is not time bound. Only females would state this goal.
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A
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I plan to be able to run a mile in under 8 minutes, by working with a running coach three days per week and working out in the gym two days a week. What is the one component which is missing in this goal? It isn’t specific. It is an impossible goal. Only males would state this goal. It is not time bound because it does not have a target completion date.
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D
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Goals are based on: wants and values needs and wants needs and values values and desires
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B
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Suicide is a permanent reaction to a temporary problem. A person who has thoughts of suicide can be helped by someone who has the confidence to step in, take time and help. reality myth
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A
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People who commit suicide do not warn others. reality myth
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B
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Abusing drugs, or alcohol and getting in trouble with the law does not have any correlation with suicide attempts. reality myth
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B
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Suicidal people clearly want to die. reality myth
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B
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Feeling lonely, discouraged, or depressed once in a while is something most of us experience. However, feeling down and hopeless for long periods of time may mean the person needs to seek help. reality myth
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A
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Boys, because they use more violent methods, commit suicide more often than girls. However girls attempt suicide more frequently than boys. reality myth
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A
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Warning signs of suicide can be verbal. Some examples may include: “I want to die,” “I wish I were dead,” “They will be sorry when I am gone,” or “I can not take it anymore.” reality myth
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A
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Trust your judgment and do not be misled by ignoring the suicide signals. If you believe someone is in danger of committing suicide, act on that belief. true false
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A
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Indirect statements like “I want to go to sleep and never wake up” or “They will be sorry when I am gone” or “I will not have to take this pain much longer” or “Soon the pain will end” are verbal cues that a person is considering suicide. true false
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A
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Once people decide to die by suicide, there is nothing you can do to stop them. true false
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B
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Abusing drugs, or alcohol and getting in trouble with the law does not have any correlation with suicide attempts. false true
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A
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Teens who attempt suicide often feel loss or rejection. These teens may feel suicide is a way to get even with those who have rejected them. false true
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B
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Suicide is the third leading cause of death for teens aged 15-24. false true
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B
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Which of the following is a suicide fact? Only people who are crazy (mentally ill) try to commit suicide. Suicide is an inherited mental illness. Asking a person if they’re thinking about suicide will make them do it. Most suicide attempts are by temporarily confused persons in a temporary crisis.
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D
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Which of the following is NOT a suicide risk factor? having a family history of suicide or violence having a personal history of suicide attempts or violence having a group of friends and family for personal support abusing drugs or alcohol
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C
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Which one of the following is a way to prevent a suicide? Help the person explore resources and suggest person(s) or agency to help, offering to contact them. Give advice. Be judgmental, debating whether the person’s feelings are good or bad. Act shocked.
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A
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Which of the following is a way to prevent a suicide? Ask the person if they are thinking about suicide. Dare him or her to do it. Allow yourself to be sworn to secrecy. Debate whether suicide is right or wrong.
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A
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To help prevent suicide you can: trample feelings by telling someone they shouldn’t feel that way. solve their problems. listen to them, use active listening skills so they feel understood. convince them they’re being irrational.
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C
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Which of the following are NOT teen warnings signs of suicide? disturbed sleep patterns, more or less sleep keeping mementos of successes and achievements, ribbons, certificate, trophies increase in minor illnesses, absent from school and activities sudden weight gain or loss, or loss of appetite
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B
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People who talk about suicide don’t do it; suicide happens without warning. True False
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B
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Improvement in a person’s demeanor who has considered suicide following a serious personal crisis or serious depression does not mean that the risk of suicide is over. True False
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A
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It may be helpful to ask a friend who appears overly depressed, withdrawn, or grief-stricken whether he/she has ever considered suicide as a solution to his/her problems. True False
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A
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Most young people who commit suicide have made a clear decision that death is their best option. True False
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B

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