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How You Can Catch Stress
Put On Your Own Oxygen Mask First This lifesaving advice applies to stress, too. At any given time, you're probably experiencing
How The Brain Learns Successfully, Even Under Stress
Researchers wanted to see what exactly influenced the study participants to use conscious reasoning (thinking about what
Women Handle Stress Better? Estrogen May Be Why, New Study Suggests
"It's not a matter of whether you have time," Jan Bruce wrote in a Huffington Post blog titled, "Stress Is a Women's Issue
Feeling Stressed? 'Taking Your Mind Off It' Might Do The Trick, Study Finds
"Our intuitive notion of avoidance is that it's counter-productive, that it's running away from your problems," Bonnie Cheng
Being Overweight, Obese Linked To Release Of Stress Hormone Cortisol After Eating
But the precise reasons why overweight individuals secrete so much more cortisol -- and how cortisol regulation occurs in
Chronic Stress Linked To Health Problems For Middle-Aged Women
Of the women who experienced long-term stress but did not report experiencing stress when the study began in the late 1960s
Chronic Stress Lowers Running Activity In Mice, Study Finds
Past research shows that stress also seems to elicit depression-related symptoms in mice, TIME reported, as well as stop
Relaxation Gene Response: What Yoga, Meditation And Other Stress-Busting Activities Do To The Body
Researchers found differences in gene expression from the blood samples taken before the relaxation course, and the blood
Starting High School Can Cause Long-Lasting Stress, Research Finds
Any big life change is challenging -- whether it's your parents getting divorced or moving to a new city -- but making the
Vulnerability To Stress May Increase Risk Of Heart Disease, Study Finds
“So mental vulnerability might describe a ‘new dimension’ when compared to the five classical risk factors, but to take this
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Internet Stress Is On The Rise, Says New Study
Stress And Aging: 5 Ways Chronic Stress Can Affect The Aging Process
The takeaway? Cultivating a less stressful lifestyle may not only promote healthy aging in its own right, but also by setting
Stress Myths: 9 Common Misconceptions About Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
We throw the word "stress" around all the time: It's been said that stress is the "new fat," we constantly hear friends and
Stress Research: 10 New Things We Learned This Year, For National Stress Awareness Month
Amanda L. Chan
Today, April 1, marks the beginning of National Stress Awareness Month, which means it's time to put some extra focus on
New Findings Show How Chronic Stress Contributes To Development Of Alzheimer's Disease
“The greatest threat to our lives is our lifestyle,” stress expert Dr. Kathleen Hall told the Huffington Post. "If you slow
Research Identifies How Stress Triggers Drug Relapse
5 Things Stress Is Doing To Your Body
Think you can't afford to relax? Consider the alternatives. Stomach Upsets Roughly 25 percent of people say stress gives
Work and Traffic and Family, Oh My! How Modern-Day Stresses Affect Your Health
Humans turn on the stress response for purely psychological reasons, and we are doing it nonstop. We are bombarding our bodies with stress to such a point that the stress response becomes more damaging than the stressor in the first place.
3 Essential Choices That Reduce Stress
Author of 5 Books including Hijacked by Your Brain
You can't avoid the 171 varieties of cheese at the grocery store, complex work situations, or the challenges of raising a family. What you can choose to do each day is only put yourself in situations where the stress is worth it.
Surefire Stress Relief, Part 1: Breathing Through Your Heart
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If you find yourself feeling angry, mildly depressed, anxious or otherwise stressed, try this easy, free and quick technique for yourself to refuel your system.
Men Respond To Stress With ‘Fight Or Flight' While Women ‘Tend And Befriend,' Say Scientists
Previous research has shown that stressful situations activate the release of certain hormones into the body, which in turn
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