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    First Stage: Alarm--emergency signal to brain, body getsmore energy and works work faster. Accompanied by heavy breathing,faster heart rate, sweating, high blood pressure.
    Second Stage: Resistance--Reduction in energy levels takesplace, so feel exhausted but at the same time anxious and forgetful(because of whatever is still worrying you).
    Third Stage: Exhaustion--Completely drained of all energyand just tired. No drive to work, carry on with errands, or live.This stage is a breakdown of your mental and physical system whichcan have severe consequences (raised blood pressure levels, ulcers,even heart disease).
  • Answer: There are four stages of sleep, which takes a maximum of 8 hours. after that it releases hormones which wakes you up.
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    1. Crouch.
    2. Rise up on 2. (3, 2, 1.)
    3. Sprint.

    Here is another:
    1. Crouch.
    2. Push down on ground forward.
    3. Continue running with long strides.

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  • Answer: There are 4 non-REM stages and REM sleep.
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    2. Transduction
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  • Answer: 1. do a jog on spot/skipping for 1 minute2.do a jogging and jumping session-it depens what sport your playing if you need to practise shooting or starting or something like that.3. Do your sport!!! :)
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    • Less than 1.00 mm primary tumor thickness, without ulceration, and mitosis
    • Less than 1.00 mm primary tumor thickness, with ulceration or mitoses
    • 1.00-2.00 mm primary tumor thickness, without ulceration
    Stage II: High risk melanoma, 40-85% survival
    • : 1.00-2.00 mm primary tumor thickness, with ulceration
    • 2.00-4.00 mm primary tumor thickness, without ulceration
    • 2.00-4.00 mm primary tumor thickness, with ulceration
    • 4.00 mm or greater primary tumor thickness without ulceration
    • 4.00 mm or greater primary tumor thickness with ulceration
    Stage III: Regional metastasis, 25-60% survival
    • Single positive lymph node
    • Two to three positive lymph nodes OR regional skin/in-transit metastasis
    • Four positive lymph nodes OR one lymph node and regional skin/in-transit metastases
    Stage IV: Distant metastasis, 9-15% survival
    • Distant skin metastasis, normal LDH
    • Lung metastasis, normal LDH
    • Other distant metastasis OR any distant metastasis with elevated LDH

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    2. Static Stretches (Hamstrings, Quadriceps etc.)
    3. Dynamic Stretches (Stretching whilst on the move e.g. lunges)
    4. Activity Related (Use of a football, rugby ball etc.)
  • Answer: 1. Strecthing2. Push-ups, or sit-ups3. Short-distance running
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    1. Problem drinking
    2. Tolerance
    3. Dependence
    4. alcoholism

  • Answer: There are several stages of learning which start with orientation.This is followed by theory learning and finally the practical stagewhich one applies what they have learnt.

What are the stages of infatuation?

  • Usually involves staring at the individual a lot and wishing to make out with them.

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