3 Stages of General Adaptation Syndrome?


The General Adaptation Syndrome is a theory presented by Hans Selye in 1936 to represent how the body reacts to stress in any given time. The three stages of the General Adaptation Syndrome are Alarm, Resistance, and either Exhaustion or Recovery. The Alarm stage is divided into two phases: the shock and antishock phases.
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General adaption syndrome. : a model of stress experience, consisting of three stages: alarm reaction, resistance, and exhaustion. Alarm reaction. : when a threat or challenge activates
General Adaptation Syndrome: a collection of physical and psychological responses to stress.
Causes and symptoms. Stress is one cause of general adaptation syndrome. The results of unrelieved stress can manifest as fatigue, irritability, difficulty concentrating, and difficulty
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