- Men in female-dominated industries worry less about salary and promotion, more about friendships and flexible working hours.
- Lower stress in order to maintain a healthy microbiome in your stomach.
- Checking your email before and after work hours can increase anxiety and stress levels, and actually lower your work productivity.
- Learning how to be more mindful can help improve mental and physical states.
- Devoting time to mindful meditation and yoga in school may improve health and recurrent thoughts about negative experiences.
- A digital detox, which requires a complete shutdown of all things electronic, will help you de-stress, refocus, realign, and reflect.
- Small acts of kindness, such as holding a door, have been shown to help people deal with stress and make them happier overall.
- People who are highly stressed are more than twice as likely to develop a form of mild cognitive impairment, according to a recent study.
- People with diabetes face double the risk of death from heart disease when also dealing with stress and depression, new study suggests.
- Burnout among US physicians is only getting worse, a new survey finds.
- In a recent TedTalk, neuroscientist Daniel Levitin discusses an easy habit that can help ensure you never misplace your keys again.
- Daughters of women who give birth after age 30 are more likely to experience the symptoms of depression, while sons are unaffected: study.
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.