What are psychosocial or psychological needs?
Assisting residents to meet their basic needs includes their emotional and mental well-being, also called psychosocial needs. These needs are as important as the physiological needs discussed previously.
What are the causes of psychosocial problems?
What causes them?
- childhood abuse, trauma, or neglect.
- social isolation or loneliness.
- experiencing discrimination and stigma.
- social disadvantage, poverty or debt.
- bereavement (losing someone close to you)
- severe or long-term stress.
- having a long-term physical health condition.
- unemployment or losing your job.
How is psychosocial stress treated?
Ways to manage stress
- Find a balance.
- Be kind to yourself.
- Lean on the people you trust.
- Keep a journal.
- Eat well-balanced, regular meals.
- Exercise regularly.
- Get plenty of rest.
- Practice relaxation exercises.
What are five sources of psychosocial stress?
Psychosocial stress: relationship/marriage difficulties (partner, siblings, children, family, employer, co-workers, employer), lack of social support, lack of resources for adequate survival, loss of employment/investments/savings, loss of loved ones, bankruptcy, home foreclosure, and isolation.
What causes psychosocial stress?
Stress is generated when the work and the worker interact. Psychological stress factors refer to factors that cause a conflict between work requirements and resources. Social stress factors are matters related to interaction in the workplace community.
What is the psychosocial model of health?
According to bio-psychosocial model, psychological, physical and social threats present demands upon an individual’s resources and capacity for coping which give rise to physiological reactions involving the autonomic nervous system (ANS) and endocrine and immune system of the body.
What are the four goals of health psychology?
So as you have learned, the four primary goals of psychology are to describe, explain, predict, and change behavior.