Stress Management and Relief
People who suffer from job burnout or workplace stress may be prone to developing a form of diabetes.
Although Posttraumatic Stress Disorder appears at a high rate among veterans, the condition is also seen in the civilian population: the events of 9/11 have increased the urgency of finding answers.
Ethnic minority students experience, on average, higher levels of stress in the classroom and too much stress is bad for performance.
The longer the commute, the more physiological and psychological stress passengers experience.
Stress can cause the cessation of ovulation and therefore infertility.
Women who are experiencing the devastation of infertility are finding hope in a simple, self-applied acupressure. Researchers from Emory University showed that infertile women resumed ovulation after twenty weeks of psychotherapy to reduce stress levels. However, relief need not take that long.
30 to 40 percent of adults may suffer from post traumatic stress disorder if they were directly affected by hurricane, tornado, terrorist attack or other natural or man made disaster.
People with low incomes are more likely to be under stress than their wealthier peers.
To reduce work related stress and boost productivity cultivate a positive work environment.
A significant percentage of families reported symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder, including sleep disturbances, depression, anger and anxiety, months after the hurricane.
Men given the chance to retaliate against the supervisor were more likely to choose negative news over positive news, while women chose the positive news.
The stress a typical married couple feels during an ordinary half hour argument is enough to slow their bodies' ability to heal from wounds by at least one day.
The research explores the role played by the protein CHIP in the cell's response to stress.
New survey findings show gender differences connections between stress and unhealthy choices affect mind/body health.
Exercise, particularly aerobic exercise, has consistently been shown to be effective in helping individuals manage stress.
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, medications used to treat depression, are effective in reducing post traumatic stress disorder symptoms.
The experience of family plays a large role in mitigating work stress both domestically and abroad.