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Los Angeles County Map for For example, there is some evidence that individuals characterised by time urgency, impatience, hostility and competitive drive i.e. type A behaviour Friedman and Rosenman ; Rosenman are less likely to perceive symptoms, perhaps because they are highly focused on the task in hand or because they avoid paying attention to signs of self-weakness. Their desire for control on the other hand is associated with prompt health-care-seeking behaviour once a severe health threat is acknowledged Matthews et al It has also been shown that people who cope with aversive events by using the cognitive defence mechanism of repression are less likely to experience symptoms than non-repressors Ward ; Myers , with repression being associated with higher levels of comparative optimism regarding controllable health threats such as tooth decay and skin cancer Myers and Reynolds Both repressive coping and comparative optimism have previously been related to poor physical health Weinstein and Klein A further distinction has been drawn between monitoring and blunting coping styles Miller et al Monitors deal with threat by monitoring their situation for threat-relevant information, whereas blunters ignore or minimise external and internal stimuli. Where one stands on this dimension will influence symptom perception as well as determine how quickly a person uses health services see below. Symptom interpretation Once a symptom has been perceived, people do not generally consider it in isolation but generally relate it to other aspects of their experience and to their wider concepts of illness. Symptoms are more than labels for the various changes that happen to the body; they not only derive from medical classifications of disease, they can also influence how we think, feel and behave. Los Angeles County Map 2016.

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