Stress Management and Relief

The Tranquil Sounds Oxygen Bar Relieves Stress

Jul 8 2008 - 1:55pm
The Tranquil Sounds Oxygen Bar

Effective stress reliever Tranquil sounds oxygen bar feeds your brain with both oxygen and music.

When you are off from a hard day of work, the most efficient way to get rid of the tiredness is to refill your brain with some fresh oxygen and also blast some nice tunes to let your mind relax.

The Tranquil sounds oxygen bar is a gadget that is built to help you relax your mind, by feeding you both with oxygen and music. It works similarly to other oxygen bars, which pumps pure oxygen into your body, so you will get refreshed and released of your tensions.

Virtual Reality, Psychotherapy, Show Promise In PTSD

May 13 2008 - 9:29am

PTSD is an anxiety disorder that can develop following exposure to traumatic events and includes three types of symptoms: re-experiencing the trauma, such as nightmares and flashbacks; avoidance symptoms such as avoiding reminders of the experience and feeling emotionally numb; and physical hyper arousal, such as being easily startled.

Unstable Economy Leading To Executive Stress

Apr 11 2008 - 9:02am

More and more executives admit that stress is affecting their jobs and health. With an unpredictable economy, pressure to maintain profitability and increased responsibilities, you've got a high stress environment. "It's no wonder that stress is high on the list of executive concerns this year," says Dr. Juan Remos, Director of Wellness and Regenerative Medicine at Miami Institute of Age Management and Intervention.

Some Brain Injuries Reduce Likelihood Of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Dec 27 2007 - 11:44pm

A new study of combat-exposed Vietnam War veterans shows that those with injuries to certain parts of the brain were less likely to develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The findings, from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Naval Medical Center, suggest that drugs or pacemaker-like devices aimed at dampening activity in these brain regions might be effective treatments for PTSD.

Survey Reveals Women's Stress Levels During Holidays

Dec 5 2007 - 2:39am

With thoughts of shopping lists, holiday menus and decorating looming in our minds, it's no wonder it becomes challenging to get through the holiday season stress-free. According to an Opinion Research Survey conducted in October 2007 -- almost half the women polled reported experiencing increased stress during the holidays.

Reduce Stress Hormones To Beat Sleep Problems

Nov 30 2007 - 1:07am

Stress can ruin your whole day ... and your whole night, too. According to NIH estimates, at least 60 million Americans annually suffer from occasional sleeplessness, and the stress of modern living can play a major role.

"Stress and sleep are not comfortable bed partners," explains Cheryl Myers, Vice President of Health Sciences for Enzymatic Therapy (ETI). "But many people don't recognize that stress may be the reason they're counting sheep at night."