- Women who work in male-dominated fields are more likely to experience greater levels of stress and subsequent diseases.
- Male immigrants with darker skin tones are less likely to gain employment, according to a new study.
- Stress affects the entire body, from high blood pressure to a loss of self-control, but it doesn't have to.
- Runners often experience painful stress fractures in the bones, but science has only been able to figure out two solid risk factors thus far.
- Academic success means so much to high school students and parents, their health becomes a serious concern.
- When it comes to money troubles, couples need to talk things out, and these are the ways they are most frequently doing it.
- A new study suggests that being a perfectionist can be harmful to your health and make you more likely to burn out.
- Millennials aren't moving out of their parents house to their own homes, but are they actually able to do so?
- Researchers recently delved into the benefits of underwater environments — an area that has received very little attention in the past.
- Sleep deprivation makes you less equipped to remember key details under stress.
- Can attaching a curved white device to the side of your head help you tweak your moods?
- Does constantly checking our email actually stress us out? And can we do something about it if it does?
In psychology, stress is a concept about condition that can be described as: feeling of strain and pressure, feeling of anxiety and being overwhelmed, overall irritability, feeling of insecure, nervousness, social withdrawal, loss of appetite, depression, panic attacks, exhaustion, high or low blood pressure, skin problems, insomnia, lack of sexual desire (sexual dysfunction), migraine, gastrointestinal problems.