- Dealing with a major stressful event helps many adults become more resilient in the face of daily stress and helps them feel younger than they are.
- Research finds greater resilience among first responders, while one study suggests these heroes don’t suffer long-term effects, even if they deal with acute symptoms of stress.
- Scientific evidence breaks down the psychology of being disorganized.
- Relaxing during after hours may be difficult for those who don't plan ahead before they leave their office.
- Daily stress can release excess levels of cortisol, affecting the brain’s size, structure, and function.
- Researchers examine psychogenic fever, a condition triggered by stress or emotional events, and how to treat it.
- These are the reasons why you need to learn how to get your stress under control.
- Participants of a new study who employed a “relaxation response” used fewer health care services a year later.
- Washing dishes the right way can turn a household chore into a useful stress relief practice.
- Childhood stress can lead to a life of health issues, from the heart to the waistline.
- Focusing on different aspects of the news may help combat stress caused by current events.
- Discrimination isn't a new problem, but the news that our hormones are especially vulnerable to it during adolescence is.
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.