Describe how stress levels can affect the immune system, and give three examples of stress-related health problems that could result from changes in immune system functioning.
A) is a state of normal "housekeeping" functions.
B) is the response of the body to prolonged exposure to stressors.
C) is a state of unmanaged stress.
D) describes the body during the fight-or-flight reaction.
Select a common college stressor and describe how it would affect one's stress levels. Then choose and explain three possible stress management techniques that you think would be particularly useful for coping with the stressor.
Consider your living environment (school, work, or home). List three environmental factors that can increase your stress levels. How can you make each factor less stressful?