—>What are the concerns about cell phones and teenagers – are these legitimate concerns?
—> What do cell phones have to do with mental illness?
- Kahoot! https://play.kahoot.it/#/?quizId=9ae1971e-5d75-4345-8535-046e06dec837&playId=88a393ac-80b3-43fc-8d20-aefa1b02bc4a
- Get into groups of 4
- Watch video at this site: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/extra/lessons-plans/are-teens-addicted-to-technology/
- Write down 7 key points as you watch
- Read over Teens are Addicted to Cell phones
- 3 levels protocol
- Groups present
- video below – jot down 7 key points Jean Twenge makes about smartphones and iGen
–> What is the difference between anxiety and stress?
–> In what ways can stress be good?
–> What is resiliency and how does resiliency help one cope with stress?
- Brain cards
- Stress test – http://www.mhankyswoh.org/uploads/files/pdfs/stress-teenstresstest_20130813.pdf
- Resilience video
- Reality of Stress
- The Benefits of Stress
1) The Sleeping Brain quiz
2) Kahoot on mental health
3) Schizophrenia Simulation
4) Schizophrenia Clip
5) Schizophrenic Brain (see below)
6) Schizophrenia Questions– website for answers is http://teenmentalhealth.org/learn/mental-disorders/schizophrenia/
Image: Research shows an MRI could help detect schizophrenia (Photo courtesy of iStockphoto).
Posted on Dec 22, 2016. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be used to measure the higher levels of oxidative stress present in patients with schizophrenia, according to a new study.
The researchers found a 53% elevation in NADH (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide hydrogen ) in the chronic schizophrenia patients, as compared to healthy individuals of similar age. A similar degree of NADH elevation was also seen in newly diagnosed schizophrenia, suggesting that oxidation imbalance is present even in the early stages of illness. Modest NADH increases were also seen in bipolar disorder, which shares some genetic and clinical overlap with schizophrenia