Stress Management and Relief
Managing stress is especially important for patients with heart disease, now found to reduce cardiac related events.
Employees in management or professional positions, that are invested in their workplace, may have a higher level of chronic stress, shows the new study published in the International Journal of Oc
Understanding more about the area of the brain that produces fear could lead to better treatments for PTSD.
After an 18-year-old man experienced asthma attacks triggered by seeing pictures of his ex-girlfriend on Facebook after she erased him from her page, some people are asking, Can social networking s
Food, sex and other pleasurable activities can reduce stress by inhibiting anxiety producing pathways in the brain.
About 75 percent of Americans say they experience stress they feel is unhealthy, and many say they have no opportunity to break out of the high stress cycle to improve their lives.
A new study conducted at the University of Western Ontario has found that cortisol, a hormone released in response to stress, can be measured in hair.
A new study that was conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as well as other institutions has confirmed what most doctors and women already knew; high levels of stress exacerbate sym
University of Chicago professor and lead author Dario Maestripieri found that unmarried people in a committed, romantic relationship show the same reduced responses to stress as do married people.
Dr. Robert Sapolsky has been studying chronic stress for 30 years.
For women studied, the voice of their mother was found to release hormones that are as powerful as a hug to calm stress.