Stuart and Sundeen (1995) divided into 4 levels of anxiety are: A. Mild anxiety Mild anxiety associated with the tension of everyday life events. At this level of the individual perception and wide field will be cautious and vigilant. Individuals are encouraged to learn that will generate growth and creativity. a. Physiological response • Occasional shortness of breath • Pulse and blood pressure rise • Mild symptoms of the stomach • wrinkled face and lips tremble b. Cognitive response • Field extends square • Able to receive the stimulation of complex • Concentrate on the problem • Resolving problems effectively c. Emotional and behavioral responses • Unable to sit still • fine tremor of the hands • Sound is sometimes raised 2. anxiety was At this level of land decreases the perception of the environment or individuals are more important things to focus on the moment and put aside other things. a. Physiological response • Frequent shortness of breath • Nadi extra systole and blood pressure rise • Dry mouth • Anorexia • Diarrhea / constipation • Restlessness b. Cognitive response • Field narrows perception • External stimuli can not be accepted • Focus on what is a concern c. Behaviour and Emotional Response • jerky movements (hand squeezing) • Talk and more quickly • Feelings of discomfort 3. anxiety Weight Severe anxiety lands on a narrow perception. Individuals tend to think little thing and ignore everything else. Individuals unable to think harder and need little direction or claims or demands. Anxiety is one important part of the response in self-defense.
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