Stress

Young people who act as a carer in their household are likely to experience chronic emotional stress, a new study has found.
Females can be more susceptible to Alzheimer's disease if they display neurotic tendencies, according to a new study.
Researchers at Concordia University have identified a means of predicting who is most susceptible to stress.
Services for the UK's veterans and their families are “patchy and poorly coordinated,” Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes from Anglia Ruskin University will tell a conference today.
Servicemen and women with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) could benefit from trying breathing-based meditation, a new
The physical environment in which nurses work can have a big effect on their job satisfaction levels, according to new
Factors that cause women to experience stress can lead to them putting on weight, a study has found.
How people react to stressors has a stronger influence on people's ability to sleep than the number of factors that are causing the stress, a new study has concluded.
Worrying about family problems during work time increases conflict with work colleagues and can lead to spousal arguments at home in the evening says a study published this week in the British Psychological Society’s Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.
Giving armed forces personnel training in mindfulness techniques could help them to prepare for and recover from stressful combat situations, according to a new study.
The ambulance service could be risking breakdown if officials do not take better care of paramedics, a new report from the trade union Unison
Introducing programmes to help children beat examination anxiety could be an effective way of reducing their stress and angst levels more generally, according to a new study
Young people could tackle stress by spending time looking after horses, a new study has discovered.
A child's immune system can be negatively affected if they are brought up in a stressful environment, a new study has revealed.
The mental health of UK soldiers is stronger than that of their peers from the US, according to new research from King's College London (KCL).
New research has discovered that high levels of the stress hormone cortisol being experienced by bankers and fund managers coul
It is a prerequisite of their job that nurses are compassionate and caring towards patients.
The latest version of the American Psychiatric Association's (APA) controversial diagnostic code - "the DSM-5" - continues the check-list approach used in previous editions.
A British Journal of Surgery podcast has touched on the psychological effects on surgeons when things go wrong in the operating theatre.
Mindfulness can play a role in helping to combat stress and depression in schoolchildren, new research has found.
The stress of juggling different aspects of life can be relieved through the use of avoidance strategies.
The stress former smokers feel following a major disaster could cause them to take up the habit once again.
A person's perception of the effect stress has on their health may influence the likelihood of them suffering a heart attack, new research has suggested.
People who feel stressed may find it beneficial to reach out to others.
The impact that work stress has on a person's health could be countered by leading a better lifestyle.
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