Correlation Between Blood Pressure Stress Response And Underwater Treadmill Training

During their scientific investigation of blood pressure as it relates to stress during exercise on an underwater treadmill, authors Lambert, et al, tracked the responses of 60 adults who worked…

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Postpartum Depression Symptoms: Beyond The Stress And Anxiety Of Being A New Mom

By Lynn Lee Bringing your newborn baby home can be a very exciting, joyous time. It may also be overwhelming and stressful. Pregnancy and childbirth are emotional journeys, and it’s…

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5 Forms Of Addictive Stress And How To Let Them Go – Part 2

By Judith Orloff, MD Continued from part 1 of this article….. Let go of physical stress.In the APA survey, 30 percent of adults report that their stress level has a…

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5 Forms Of Addictive Stress And How To Let Them Go – Part 1

By Judith Orloff, MD Americans are addicted to ever-increasing levels of stress, according to the most recent APA “Stress in America” survey (here’s the link). More than 4 out of…

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Managing Yours And Your Child’s Stress

By Mary Jo Rapini, MEd, LPC Our kids are growing up fast and in a generation with electronics their parents never knew. Recent family statistics mention that: * on average,…

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Physical Symptoms Of Stress And How To Conquer Them

By Josh Weiss-Roessler It doesn’t matter whether you’re a high-powered business executive or a senior in high school sweating your college applications—everyone experiences stress sometimes. Some amount of stress is…

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Harried Holidays?

Your Aura Colors – Signs of Stress & Tips to Be Happy By Pamala Oslie We all know that the holiday season can be the most stressful and that, ironically,…

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Reducing Stressors In Your Life – Part 2

By Liran Hirschkorn Continued from part 1 of this article….. Knowing what life insurance company and policy is the right one for your family can add stress. In order to…

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Reducing Stressors In Your Life – Part 1

By Liran Hirschkorn We all know about stress and have felt it at one time or another. That exam you were sure you failed, the standard you failed to live…

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Stress Chunking

By Chris Delaney The State of Stress Stress is a state, an emotion which is often brought on by how we perceive the task we have set ourselves or the…

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