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Give him privacy in the bathroom.
Allow him to shave.
Open the window and allow him to get some fresh air.
Restrict visits with the family until the client begins to eat.
Provide privacy during meals.
Set up a strict eating plan for the client.
Encourage the client to exercise, which will reduce her anxiety.
"Are you sure you want to kill yourself?"
"I know if my husband left me, I'd want to kill myself. Is that what you think?"
"How do you think you would kill yourself?"
"Why don't you just look at the positives in your life?"
Dilated pupils and slurred speech.
Rapid speech and agitation.
Dilated pupils and agitation.
Euphoria and constricted pupils.
Turning on the lights and opening the windows so that the client doesn't feel crowded.
Leaving the client alone.
Staying with the client and speaking in short sentences.
Turning on stereo music.
A depressed client.
A manic client.
A suicidal client.
An anxious client.
Highly important or famous.
Connected to events unrelated to oneself
Responsible for the evil in the world.
Hyper alertness and sleep disturbances.
Memory loss of traumatic event and somatic distress.
Feelings of hostility and violent behavior.
Sudden behavioral changes and anorexia.
Offering high-calorie meals and strongly encouraging the client to finish all food.
Insisting that the client remain active throughout the day so that he'll sleep at night.
Allowing the client to exhibit hyperactive, demanding, manipulative behavior without setting limits.
Listening attentively with a neutral attitude and avoiding power struggles.
The opportunity to verbalize memories of trauma to a sympathetic listener
Prescribed medications taken as ordered
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings
Inability to make choices and decisions without advice
Showing interest only in solitary activities
Avoiding developing relationships
Recurrent self-destructive behavior with history of depression
Assigning him to group activities
Reducing his stimulation
Assisting him with self-care
Helping him express his feelings
Avoid shopping for large amounts of food.
Control eating impulses.
Identify anxiety-causing situations.
Eat only three meals per day.
Has perceptions based on reality
Assumes responsibility for actions
Generates new levels of awareness
Has maximum ability to solve problems and learn new skills
Tension and irritability.
Staying with the client until the attack subsides.
Telling the client everything is under control.
Telling the client to lie down and rest.
Talking continually to the client by explaining what's happening.
Take the client's vital signs
Explore the content of the hallucinations.
Tell him his fear is unrealistic.
Engage the client in reality-oriented activities
Tell him that she'll leave for now but will return soon.
Ask him if it's okay if she sits quietly with him.
Ask him why he wants to be left alone
Tell him that she won't let anything happen to him
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