The basis of stress management is the need to eliminate stressors, create new ideas, and implement guidance to assist individuals change or adjust behavior in regards to stress. There are numerous environmental stressors such as noise, crowds, and weather. When an individual exercise methods to efficiently deal with environmental stressors there is a decline in stress and growth in healthy well-being. In this paper, the writer will select an environmental stressor in the local community; assess the economic, political, and legal implications of the stressor; explain the relationship between psychology and the preservation of the environment; create a solution for the problem; discuss economic, political, and legal barrier that exists for the solution and how barriers can be overcome; and explain the outcome and justification as to why the solution to the problem will be successful.
Understanding the relationship between psychology and the preservation of the world's environment; one must understand how conservation psychology helps intertwine the two. Conservation focuses on the relationship between humans and nature, and focuses on how to encourage the preservation of the naturalization of fossils and nature in the world. To have a complete understanding how psychology has a relationship with preservation a person should seek to understand how humans are destroying the Earth, and obtain sustainable knowledge to change behaviors about the environment.
For instance, people should use his or her abilities to green the Earth and make their environment ecologically sustainable. Additionally, in order for psychology and preserving the world's natural resources, there should always be a strong connection between humans and their environment. Furthermore, the science of psychology and its environment brings attention to other pollutants in the world such as noise stressors, and how it can induce stress, and thus harm the environment.
[...] Conservation focuses on the relationship between humans and nature, and focuses on how to encourage the preservation of the naturalization of fossils and nature in the world. To have a complete understanding how psychology has a relationship with preservation a person should seek to understand how humans are destroying the Earth, and obtain sustainable knowledge to change behaviors about the environment. For instance, people should use his or her abilities to green the Earth and make their environment ecologically sustainable. [...]
[...] People subjected to tremendously elevated decibel levels of noise during a broad extent of time have the likelihood of enduring some perceived sound impairment, internal trauma, high levels of anxiety, stress disorders, and cardiovascular tribulations. This demonstrates how stress in urbanized areas can mentally and physically harm children and adults. There are strategies in place that people can utilize to reduce noise. Inside a person's community forwarding passage of large vehicles toward highways and away from lived neighborhoods assists to decreasing noise. Many areas and metropolitan districts have placed limitations on semi-trucks greater than set weight policies. [...]
[...] Noise pollution is due to the stimulation of the body's stress response. Many people link noise pollution to big cities. However, it is a growing problem in urban environments. Noise in residential communities can be in the form of children playing, horns blowing, riding mowers, and in newly grown neighborhoods, home construction. All of these sounds, if allowed, can negatively impact an individual's health and quality of life. Noise pollution, in or outside of a community stems from various sources such as cars, trains, and airplanes. [...]
[...] To sustain a healthy life one should stay vigilant, assertive, and utilize tools to reduce any type of noise pollutants that will obstruct his or her life. References Scott, E., (2007). Environmental Noise May Be Stressful Than You Realize. Retrieved from http://stress.about.com/od/situationalstress/a/noise052107.htm. Scott, E., (2012). How to Reduce Noise Pollution and Its Negative Effects. Retrieved from http://stress.about.com/od/managementtools/ss/noise052107.htm. American Planning Association (2011). How cities use parks to improve public health. Retrieved from http://www.planning.org Dictionary (2011). [...]
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