Stress

14 Reasons You’re Not Getting Enough Sleep

Sleep is critical for maintaining good mental and physical health. Poor sleep patterns are associated with serious health problems, as well as increased stress and risk of accidents. With more than 1...

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If You Work At A Desk All Day, Here Are 4 Stretches To Combat Lower Back Pain

It’s scary to think about how much time most of us spend at our desks these days. For many, it’s upwards of 40, 50 or 60 hours per week. That’s a whole lot of time and, as most of us have come to know, that’s a whole lot of stress on our...

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Relieve Physician Stress Through Financial Planning

Many stressed physicians can make practical changes to achieve better work-life balance. Financial planning may provide the answers you need to decrease stress and achieve greater work and personal satisfaction. Medscape Blogs

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Pandemic Fatigue -- Yes, It Is Real!

Are you holding back a sea of emotions, stress, and anxiety? You are not alone. One nurse shares how her emotions came bubbling out unexpectedly and how to alleviate pandemic fatigue. Medscape Blogs
Related topics: Anxiety, Nursing

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Ptsd Common After Sexual Assault, But Eases For Most

FRIDAY, July 23, 2021 -- Most sexual assault survivors have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) immediately after the attack, but it tends to lessen over the following months, a new study finds. "One of the main takeaways is that the majority of...
Related topics: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Medical Research

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Early-life Social Connections Influence Gene Expression, Stress Resilience

Having friends may not only be good for the health of your social life, but also for your actual health—if you're a hyena, that is. Strong social connections and greater maternal care early in life can influence molecular markers related to gene...
Related topics: Genetics

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A Wild Hair: Using Hair To Gauge Stress Response In Pigs

Researchers at Iowa State University aim to use hair samples from pigs to identify genetics related to stress response. The effort could help produce pigs that lead less stressful lives and are more productive. And it all starts with a quick...
Related topics: Medical Research, Genetics

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Exoskeletons Have A Problem: They Can Strain The Brain

Exoskeletons – wearable devices used by workers on assembly lines or in warehouses to alleviate stress on their lower backs – may compete with valuable resources in the brain while people work, canceling out the physical benefits of wearing...

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Exoskeletons Have A Problem: They Can Strain The Brain

Exoskeletons - wearable devices used by workers on assembly lines or in warehouses to alleviate stress on their lower backs - may compete with valuable resources in the brain while people work, canceling out the physical benefits of wearing them, a...

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Nasty To Release ‘unapologetic 2’ Mixtape Next Week, Drops ‘stress Relief’

Nasty previously announced a series of mixtapes this year

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Real-time Stress Detection Devices Could Help Fight Alcohol Relapses

Wearable devices can detect people’s stress, according to new Washington State University research, opening potential new interventions for people with addictions. In a paper published today, July 21, in the Journal of Medical Internet...
Related topics: Alcohol, Medical Research

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You've Had A Tough Year. Let Tom Hiddleston Read You A Bedtime Story

Hey you. Yeah, you. It's been a long year, right? Stress, anxiety, the world kind of coming to an end, all the usual stuff. I bet it's left you feeling kind of frazzled, especially in this Summer heat (shout out to my fellow pasty Brits who are...
Related topics: Anxiety

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2020 Set Records For Stress

A new Gallup poll finds 2020 officially became the most stressful year in recent history.
Related topics: Gallup, Polls

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95% Of People Want To Quit Their Jobs Because Of Stress – Here’s How To Combat Work Burnout

Help wanted; a jack of all trades, a job description all too familiar, pushing the boundaries of realism — a common pitfall of today’s workforce that often leads to significant burnout.  Yet, if that wasn’t enough, 2020 arrived and...

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Why Health And Wellness Tech Can Make So Many Bs Claims

Sleep better. Boost your mood. Reduce stress. Health and wellness products make a lot of promises, but there is little keeping them honest.And there's a lot of money to be made. In 2020, "wellness" (including everything from beauty products to...

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To Die Or Not To Die In Response To Stress: A Decision Regulated By Mk2 Protein Levels

Living organisms are often exposed to stress stimuli generated either by external or internal factors, and they need to respond accordingly. At a cellular level, stress usually triggers the activation of survival pathways that contribute to the...
Related topics: Proteins

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Research Shows Insufficient Or Poor-quality Sleep Can Be An Important Factor Between Stress, Diet

While a good night's sleep won't cure everything, it helps more than you might think.
Related topics: Medical Research, Diet

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New Resident In July? How To Manage The Stress

It's July again -- stay out of the hospital. Emily Goncalves explains how this is a rough month to start residency and what you can do to make it better. Medscape Blogs

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How Journaling Reduces Stress And Increases Productivity

If you’re caught in a cycle of overthinking and stress, the simple act of writing can be a powerful tool. Long-term stress is bad for you in almost every way. Stress decreases the amount of information you can hold in mind (what psychologists...
Related topics: Psychology

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When Fawns Perceive Constant Danger From Many Sources, They Almost Seem To Relax

Burnout. It is a syndrome that is said to afflict humans who feel chronic stress. But after conducting a novel study using trail cameras showing the interactions between white-tailed deer fawns and predators, a researcher suggests that prey animals...
Related topics: Medical Research

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