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Choose one positive and one negative emotion to discuss related to being a student. Provide one example of how these emotions may affect your performance in class.
Anger relates to the wood element that includes the organs of the liver and gall bladder, the muscular system and the immune system. When anger is in a state that is harmful to the body, [ it can weaken and break down the immune system and we have difficulty fighting off disease particularly viruses. Anger was used in past times as a motivating force as a means for survival i.e. in battle or
as a motivating force when hunting, whereas today it usually expresses itself in work and life stresses. It is rarely an emotion / energy that is used creatively and almost always manifests destructively Long term suppressed anger can also lead to the formation of gallstones (condensed anger) and migraine headaches. The liver is also associated with our ability to plan and make decisions. As a result if a person is in a state of chronic anger his / her decision making abilities are diminished. We are ?livered? and cannot think straight. Generally a loss in quality of life occurs as we are attracted to violent situations as a way of releasing this emotion. FEAR Fear Fear is the emotion of the water element and has specific relation to the kidney and bladder organs, the central nervous system, reproductive system, and endocrine system. Fear is a necessary emotion as it provides the ?fight? or flight? response necessary for survival however living in a acute or chronic fear can have serious effects and far reaching ramifications in many areas of the body. A typical state of chronic fear is a perpetual reaction to the world around us and feelings of being overwhelmed and our inability to cope. This includes concepts such as fear of coping with our relationship, health, our job or our financial situation. These reactions often become imploding and internal creating ?time bombs? which build up over time. We produce a mask (keeping up a front) for the world to see while inside the inner fear of handling difficult situations is damaging our nervous system. We literally scare ourselves to death! Worry WORRY Worry effects the earth element that relates specifically to the stomach, spleen & pancreas. ]
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User: Choose one positive and one negative emotion to discuss related to being a student. Provide one example of how these emotions may affect your performance in class.

Weegy: Anger relates to the wood element that includes the organs of the liver and gall bladder, the muscular system and the immune system. When anger is in a state that is harmful to the body, [ it can weaken and break down the immune system and we have difficulty fighting off disease particularly viruses. Anger was used in past times as a motivating force as a means for survival i.e. in battle or as a motivating force when hunting, whereas today it usually expresses itself in work and life stresses. It is rarely an emotion / energy that is used creatively and almost always manifests destructively Long term suppressed anger can also lead to the formation of gallstones (condensed anger) and migraine headaches. The liver is also associated with our ability to plan and make decisions. As a result if a person is in a state of chronic anger his / her decision making abilities are diminished. We are ?livered? and cannot think straight. Generally a loss in quality of life occurs as we are attracted to violent situations as a way of releasing this emotion. FEAR Fear Fear is the emotion of the water element and has specific relation to the kidney and bladder organs, the central nervous system, reproductive system, and endocrine system. Fear is a necessary emotion as it provides the ?fight? or flight? response necessary for survival however living in a acute or chronic fear can have serious effects and far reaching ramifications in many areas of the body. A typical state of chronic fear is a perpetual reaction to the world around us and feelings of being overwhelmed and our inability to cope. This includes concepts such as fear of coping with our relationship, health, our job or our financial situation. These reactions often become imploding and internal creating ?time bombs? which build up over time. We produce a mask (keeping up a front) for the world to see while inside the inner fear of handling difficult situations is damaging our nervous system. We literally scare ourselves to death! Worry WORRY Worry effects the earth element that relates specifically to the stomach, spleen & pancreas. ]
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Weegy: Biological factors influence sexual behaviour The four stages of the human sexual response cycle are excitement, plateau, orgasm and resolution. [ Men have a refractory period following orgasm, during which time they cannot become sexually aroused; women do not have a refractory period. Both men and women's sexual responsiveness depends on their having a minimal amount of testosterone available. ]
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