- Being honest on Facebook may help you feel less stressed-out, suggests recent research.
- A report published in the journal, Journal of Psychophysiology, also shows practicing yoga could also help women reduce waist size
- In her new book, Greetings from Utopia Park, Claire Hoffman paints a picture of what it was like to grow up practicing yoga, transcendental meditation, and vegetarianism before it was trendy.
- There are pros and cons of being a bartender, and the cons can be pretty painful.
- Learn how to practice the poses that reduce risk for diabetes, joint and menstrual pain, as well as improve sexual health.
- New survey shows that some American employees suffer higher rates of stress and mental exhaustion.
- Bipolar and depression patients may be susceptible to unhealthy weight gain when put under stress.
- Social stress is a main cause of depression, and women, in general, experience more stress than men. But new research suggests men may be more vulnerable to depression caused by stressful events.
- Teacher burnout and student stress might be intertwined, creating a community of stress contagion, according to a new study.
- Working a 60-hour work week increased women’s risk of cancer and other serious health problems threefold.
- Even if you’re just drawing a rainbow or a stick figure, making art reduces the stress hormone cortisol, researchers found.
- The next Apple Watch will feature a mindfulness app that helps users reduce stress.
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.