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What is the primary treatment for panic attacks?

What is the primary treatment for panic attacks?

o make a change in behavior, reinforcement must come from external factors.

True
False
Life expectancy at birth in the United States has decreased to an all-time low.

True
False

Adults in the United States between the ages of 20 and 34 have the highest BMIs (body mass indexes) of any developed country.

True
False

Health is a static state and does not depend on decisions made or behaviors practiced every day.

True
False

Instead of engaging in self-criticism and focusing on her failures, Rachel decided to accept herself and her flaws. This is called ____.

self-esteem
self-compassion
self-awareness
self-motivation
self-worth

What is the primary treatment for panic attacks?

systematic desensitization
medication and cognitive-behavior therapy
hospitalization
medication only
psychotherapy
Prayer and other religious experience, including meditation, may actually change the brain – for the better.

True
False

Individuals with one mental disorder are at high risk of having a second one; this is called comorbidity.

True
False
are subtle racial expressions which may undermine an individual’s confidence and their ability to bond with others.

Microaggressions
Microassaults
Microinsults
Microinvalidations
Microperceptions
The first step in communicating is _____.

finding someone to communicate with
learning how to listen
making sure that you are always right
learning to speak appropriately in all situations
overcoming shyness
Another term for living together is _____.

dating
codependence
marriage
cohabitation
being roommates

According to social scientists, each person is connected within three degrees (to a friend, a friend of a friend, and that friend’s friend) to more than 1000 people.

True
False
According to the text, years of research have found little evidence of benefits from daily multivitamins for healthy adults.

True
False
Compulsive eaters often eat ____________________ because they are embarrassed by how much they eat and by their eating habits.

Larger portion sizes cause people to eat up to ____________________ percent more than they otherwise would.

What are the reasons and assumptions behind how and why more Americans are becoming obese today?

Some experts state that compulsive eating ____.

is a food addiction
can be cured just like alcoholism
occurs in the same proportion in male and female college students
occurs more in older men than older women
leads to drug abuse
When you do a number of repetitions of the same movement, it is called a ____.

set
lift
max
rep
contraction
Which exercise technique relies on awareness of an essential life energy?

yoga
stretching
weight training
Ppilates
t’ai chi
Gradually moving into a hamstring stretch and holding it for a short period is known as ________________ stretching.

A risk factor for lower back problems is being ____________________.

One of the greatest benefits of exercise is that it ____.

increases cortisol levels
decreases memor
decreases endorphins
increases flexibility
decreases T-cells
In 1985, women accounted for 8 percent of AIDS diagnoses; this number has now risen to ____ percent.

10
12
18
20
25
Compare and contrast the male and female reproductive systems.

The cervix is ____.

a small erectile structure
the mucous membrane lining the uterus
the narrow, lower end of the uterus that opens into the vagina
the fleshy inner folds that border the female genital area
the area between the butt and women’s v

By the estimates noted in the text, what percentage of people will develop an STI of some kind in their lifetime?

10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
If an ovum is not fertilized, ____ production decreases and the ____ is shed.

progesterone; endometrium
estrogen; endometrium
FSH; endometrium
FSH, corpus luteum
progesterone; corpus luteum
When does a woman begin to secrete colostrum in preparation to breastfeed her infant?

During the first trimester
During the second trimester
During the third trimester
Not until after the baby is born
Three days after the baby is born
A breech birth refers to which condition?

The baby is presented with the feet or buttocks first.
The baby is surgically removed through an incision in the uterus.
The baby cannot be born unless an episiotomy is performed.
The placenta separates from the uterine wall.
The baby must be resuscitated upon delivery.
The changes in the milk glands and ducts of the breast occur because of the influence of ____.

human chorionic gonadotropin
the growing placenta
follicle stimulating hormone
the corpus luteum
progesterone and estrogen

An abortion where the cervix is dilated and a suction tip is inserted to draw out the contents through a vacuum system is called ____.

a spontaneous abortion
suction curettage
a medical abortion
a partial birth abortion
laparoscopic abortion
Tubal ligation is the suturing or tying shut of the fallopian tubes to prevent pregnancy.

True
False
Please discuss all six components of health

Discuss how your rating from the beginning of the semester on those components has changed or stayed the same

Discuss how the in the future you will make changes to help promote good health through these 6 components.

Suicide is more common in what age/ethnic group?

African American women over age 65
Hispanic white men over age 65.
non-Hispanic white women over age 65
non-Hispanic white men over age 65
African American men over age 65

Listening to music while driving a car is one example of cognitive distraction.

True
False

Colorless and odorless, radon is produced by the incomplete combustion of fuel in space heaters, furnaces, water heaters, and engines.

True
False
Identify your vital signs and describe their normal values.

When consumed, alcohol first reaches the stomach, where it is partially broken down.

True
False

Inhalants are chemicals that produce ____ with psychoactive effects.

solvents
fluids
vapors
powders
salts
Drug diversion is the use of a drug for a purpose other than that for which it was medically intended.

True
False
Obtaining a prescription for penicillin for your roommate because she doesn’t have a primary care physician is an example of ____.

drug diversion
drug abuse
drug dependence
antabuse
drug misuse
Morphine and codeine are used most often to ____.

relieve depression
stabilize mood
reduce anxiety
relieve pain
reduce fever