Module 2: Sleep/Stress Analysis paper
Overview: Sleep/Stress Analysis
You will review your Sleep Log, reflecting the types of sleep and the impact of sleep deprivation on health. You’ll conduct a short Sleep Analysis using data from your Sleep Log.
Referring to the weekly readings, you will identify which level best describes your own stress. You will also self-assess your stress levels and personality type using online tools, and analyze the implications of your own typical and atypical stress levels.
You are encouraged to practice stress-reduction techniques, some of which are described in your readings. As a healthcare professional, you will often find yourself in stressful situations, but applying such techniques to yourself will help you teach those skills to your stressed clients. Module 2: Sleep/Stress Analysis paper
· Analyze one’s own sleep patterns.
· Discuss current research on the negative consequences of sleep deprivation.
· Describe the physiological, emotional and behavioral responses to stress.
· Discuss components of stress management.
Rubric: Module 2: Sleep/Stress Analysis
Use this rubric to guide your work on the assignment, “Stress/Sleep Analysis.”
|Sleep AnalysisSleep TimeSleepiness (Total 40 points)||Clearly presented:(20 points)(20 points)||Complete:(10 point)(10 point)||Incomplete:(0 points)(0 points)|
|Stress Analysis Stress LevelsHolmes-Rahe ScorePersonality Type (Total 60 points)||Clearly presented with more than one example each:(20 points)(20 points)(20 points)||Complete with one example each:(10 point)(10 point)(10 point)||Incomplete or no examples:(0 points)(0 points)(0 points)|
Sleep AnalysisAverage Sleep TimeUse your Sleep Log to calculate your average hours of sleep per day for the week. State the average below, explaining if and why you included any napping times.(Total hours of sleep/Number of days)SleepinessExplain which of these statements best describe you the most frequently during your sleep study week:· I fought off/ignored a need to sleep.· I dozed off/fell asleep without meaning to.· I needed caffeine or another stimulant drug to stay awake.Stress AnalysisStress LevelsReferring to the article, “Understanding your Stress Levels,” explain which level of stress best explains your typical week. State specific reasons why you place yourself in that level. Explain regular instances in which your stress level either escalates or diminishes.Dumbleton, T. (2005). Understanding your stress levels [Electronic version]. Retrieved November 2011.
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Complete the adaptation of the Holmes-Rahe scale at http://celebratingyourjourney.com/The%20Holmes-Rahe%20Scale.htm , and note your score. Then briefly explain what your results mean and examples of implications they may have on your health. If you disagree with the evaluation provided by the instrument, explain why. Module 2: Sleep/Stress Analysis paper
Describe the characteristics of your personality type from the results of the assessment, and provide examples of why you agree or disagree.
Participate in at least one stress reduction technique for the remainder of the course. There is no assignment component to submit and you will not be graded for this, but I hope you try something new and/or allow yourself time to continue in a technique that works for you!
Overview: Sleep LogYou will maintain a Sleep Log for the first week of the course in preparation for studying the role of sleep in health promotion during Module 2. This document enables you to record how much sleep you get in each 24-hour period and your “sleepiness factor” when you are awake.Example of input for Nighttime Sleep Total (hrs:min) – 7:25 (means you slept for 7 hours and 25 minutes)Objective:· Analyze personal sleep patterns.Rubric Use this rubric to guide your work on the assignment “Sleep Log.”
|Sleep log for 1 week (Total 100 points)||All parts complete, i.e. No Blank Boxes(100 points)||Most parts complete (50% or more, but less than 100%)(75 points)||Less than 50% complete(0 points)|
|Nighttime* sleep totalhrs:min|
|Napping sleep totalhrs:min (or 0)|
|Levels of sleepiness 0 = Wide awake1 = Slightly sleepy2 = Moderately sleepy3 = Very sleepy4 = Falling asleep/sleeping||Morning|
|Difficulty staying awake 0 = Not at all1 = Occasionally2 = Frequently3 = Most of the time4 = All the time||Morning|
|Meal times (M) and Snack times (S)Enter all your meal and snack timesEx) 0830 (M); 1315 (S); 1700 (M)|
|Medication that could cause drowsiness (Y or N)|
|Unusual circumstances that may have affected sleep (Y or N) If yes, please briefly explain|
* If your work schedule requires you to work during the night and sleep during the day, record daytime sleep hours instead of nighttime sleep hours.2©2016 UTA College of Nursing and Health InnovationPolitics and Health PromotionA classic example of the interaction of politics and health promotionCan you think of other examples of politics and health promotion?Rick Perry backs away from HPV vaccine decision during presidential run-Dan EggenCitation: Eggen, D. (2011, August 16). [Electronic version]. The Washington Post.Visit each of these websites and become familiar with the available resources. You will be assessed on this information in the weekly quiz.Reluctant Governor Yields on HPV Shots ― Janet ElliottCitation: Elliott, J. (2007, May 9). Reluctant governor yields on HPV shots: Calling a veto useless, Perry chides legislators for opposing his vaccination order. [Electronic version]. The Houston ChronicleReadings from the American Cancer SocietyThe first two readings above relate to a specific example of Health Promotion and Politics and how decisions can be made. Though this occurred in the 2007 Texas Legislature, it still is such an illuminating example of how politics can effect Health Promotion effforts. The first article provides information concerning Perry’s mandate of 2007 and how a health promotion decision re-surfaced politically when Perry ran for the Republican presidential nomination in 2011. (Please remember that this is being used as an example of health promotion and politics and in no manner is meant as any political comment on any candidate or political party). The second article was published shortly after the Texas legislative session ended in 2007. It is very important to note that progress concerning HPV and prevention has continued to go forward since the issue was before the Texas legislature. The above website from the American Cancer Society lists many updated references. When you post your comments on the Discussion Board, please assure that you are familiar with updated information.RN to BSN Promoting Healthy LifestylesModule 2: Readings 2 of 3| Module 2: ReadingsStress and Health PromotionHow much stress (eustress and/or distress) are you experiencing?What stress interventions can you incorporate for yourself, your family or your patients?Health Promotion: A Primer on Stress Management ― Jennifer Gray-StanleyCitation: Gray-Stanley, J. (2009). Health promotion: A primer on stress management. University of Illinois at Chicago. Module 2: Sleep/Stress Analysis paper.Retrieved July 2014 from http://www.ncpad.org/wellness/fact_sheet.php?sheet=414&seVisit each of these websites and become familiar with the available resources. You will be assessed on this information in the weekly quiz.Life Events Stress TestComplete this adaptation of the Holmes-Rahe scale online, then note your score. You will use this result in part of your assignment this week.RN to BSN Promoting Healthy LifestylesModule 2: Readings 3 of 3| Module 2: ReadingsSleep and Health PromotionHow many hours of sleep do you average per night?Do you ask your patients about their sleep patterns and their ability to get the proverbial goodnight’s sleep?Deep into Sleep ― Craig LambertCitation: Lambert, C. (2005, July-August).Visit each of these websites and become familiar with the available resources. You will be assessed on this information in the weekly quiz.While researchers probe sleep’s functions, sleep itself is becoming a lost art. Harvard Magazine. Harvard Magazine Inc.Scientists Finding Out What Losing Sleep Does to a Body ― Rob SteinCitation: Stein, R. (2005, October 9). Scientists finding out what losing sleep does to a body. [Electronic version]. The Washington Post. The Washington Post Company.Stages of Sleep― Kendra Van WagnerCitation: Stages of Sleep. About.com: Psychology. The Science of Sleep― Lesley StahlCitation: Stahl, L. (Reporter). (2008, July 15). The science of sleep [Television series episode]. In S. Finkelstein (Producer) 60 Minutes. New York: Central Broadcasting NetSleep Disorders and Sleep Deprivation: An Unmet Public Health ProblemCitation: The Institute of Medicine. (March 2006)UpdateCitation: (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22259064Though the first two readings in this section are from 2005, they still are very good for a broad view and basic information. Of course studies continue each year. Here is the website for a brief abstract of a recent study on sleep deprivation and obesity. You do not have to pay to access the full article- just read the abstract.RN to BSN Promoting Healthy LifestylesModule 2: Lectures/Media| Module 2: Lectures/MediaModule 2: Lectureshttp://i.ytimg.com/vi/LWULB9Aoopc/1.jpgWatch VideoWhy do we sleep? | Russell FosterDuration: (21:47)http://i.ytimg.com/vi/RcGyVTAoXEU/1.jpgWatch VideoHow to make stress your friend | Kelly McGonigalDuration: (14https://cdnsecakmi.kaltura.com/p/1287241/sp/128724100/thumbnail/entry_id/0_p855znp4/version/100000/acv/132Watch VideoSleep and Health Promotion. Citation: Willson, N. R. Sleep and health promotion [Video file]. (2014).Transcript: Sleep and Health Promotionhttps://cdnsecakmi.kaltura.com/p/1287241/sp/128724100/thumbnail/entry_id/0_8mbunui4/version/100000/acv/132Watch VideoStress – Fight or Flight. Citation: Willson, N. R. Stress – Fight or flight [Video file]. (2014).Transcript: Stress – Fight or FlightPolitics, Stress, and SleepIn your reading assignments for this module, you read about a classic example of politics and health promotion in the episode of Rick Perry and the HPV vaccine. For your original post, cite another example of politics and a health promotion topic. An example could be smoking cessation and politics (whether on the local, state, or national level). Module 2: Sleep/Stress Analysis paper. Thoroughly explain how politics and the selected health promotion topic are related. Your post should clearly demonstrate a thorough understanding of the example being provided. Remember to include an APA formatted in-text citation and corresponding reference from a recent (within last 5 years) professional journal or website (NIH, CDC, etc.).Provide your initial post, then engage at least two of your online colleagues in a discussion about his/her initial posts. Therefore, you should have at least one initial post and one response to each of two colleagues. Please note that your postings and responses must be “substantive”, which means that they are to be made AFTER you have read the assigned course material and additional self-chosen material. Please note that your Discussion Board assignments are worth a significant part of your course grade, therefore, you are expected to put thought and effort into these entries.An APA formatted in-text citation and corresponding reference from a recent (within last 5 years) professional journal or website (NIH, CDC, etc.) are required in your initial discussion post. Blogs, magazines, and newspapers are NOT considered scholarly, professional sources.Please go to the Group Discussion area on the left to post to the discussion board. Module 2: Sleep/Stress Analysis paper