Stress and Stress Management

HuffPost wellness editors will talk about covering the COVID-19 pandemic, share tips and answer questions.
"Suddenly, I’ve been promoted from invisible hummus stocker to brave service provider."
The coronavirus news isn’t the only thing that makes anxiety-induced cleaning such a soothing ritual.
“I’m not worried about myself,” he told The New York Times. “I’m worried about the job I have to do.”
Your chronic work stress isn't just making you miserable — it's taking a toll on your partner too.
Want to be one of those people who think “Sunday, fun day” instead of dwelling on the Sunday scaries? Read this.
Kids throw tantrums. Here's how parents can keep calm in the moment.
Eating mindfully is the key to stress eating. But when all else fails, turn to mandarins.
If you're feeling maxed out or stressed because of holiday planning, family therapists have advice just for you.
How do you enjoy the holiday season when you're exhausted and stressed out? Therapists share simple tips to help you cope.
Turns out there's a lot going on in your body and brain that you may not even know about.
A new report found that political discord and mass shootings are both significant sources of anxiety for most Americans.
The weekends are supposed to be our intentional break from work. When you're burned out, you can forget what a break actually feels like.
A new book unlocks the secrets to keeping your cool when they're pushing alllll of your buttons.
Burnout is now classified as "a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed," according to WHO.
Research and expert-backed tips to try if your extreme stress rises with the sun.
On the outside you may seem fine, but on the inside? Not so much.
Experts explain what's going on when you feel worse after a positive outcome and how to deal.
“Stress is not our friend, neither for our mind nor for our skin.”
You are not helpless when a panic attack strikes at the office.