PHYSIOLOGICAL DRIVES OR MOTIVES
-is a powerful physiological motive. This happen when the blood level of glucose or sugar falls below a certain point. The body need to restore it making the stomach hungry for food.
-happens when the level of water inside the body decreases. The mouth and the throat tissues become dry and the nerve endings in the tissues are stimulated.
3. Oxygen Need
-is more powerful than hunger and thirst drive for no one can ever live without an oxygen. Deprivation from oxygen for an amount of time may cause severe brain damage. It can impair memory, make the sense to function poorly as well as it leads to paralysis.
4. Sleep and Rest
-is another drive, the need for sleep and rest varies individually. Deprivation from sleep and rest will cause physiological disturbances such as having a short attention span and poor motor coordination. Further deprivation from sleep and rest may result to loss of emotional control, sensory disorientation or hallucinations. However, these symptoms will disappear when normal sleep and rest is taken.
5. Avoidance of Pain
-is a physiological drive that an individual does whenever he/she feels pain. The pain is considered as a warning by the nervous system that there is something biologically damaging occur in a particular part of the body.
6. Elimination Drive
-is the drive or motive through which the body eliminates its waste from the inside. The organs in the body; the bowels and the bladder in particular tends to stimulate the drive to excrete the waste.
7. Maternal Drive
-is the intense motivation to care for the children. It is exercise mostly by mothers which includes spending vast amount of time to their children, caring them and providing them with anything they need.
8. Sex Drive
-is similar to maternal drive considering that they are essential to individuals survival. Without sexual drive, there will be no reproduction that will take...
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