Stress

Study stresses need to use results of scientific research

Study stresses need to use results of scientific researchHyderabad, Nov 25 - The success of scientific research lies also in efforts made to support "uptake efforts", meaning the successful adoption of the results in relevant fields, says a recent study.

The study has also found that there is a need, while engaged in research studies, to integrate uptake efforts in the planning stage.

Even thinking of stress can make you sick

Even thinking of stress can make you sickLondon, June 27 - Researchers have found just thinking about being stressed can make individuals fall seriously ill and even increase the chance of suffering a heart attack.

It was found, while following more than 7,000 civil servants over a period of up to 18 years, how the increased perception of stress almost doubled the risk of suffering a heart attack.

Heavy drinking linked to greater risk for post-traumatic stress disorder

  Heavy drinking linked to greater risk for post-traumatic stress disorder London, September 3 : Those who drink heavily may be at increased risk for anxiety disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a new research.

The research on mice reveals heavy alcohol use actually rewires brain circuitry, making it harder for alcoholics to recover psychologically following a traumatic experience.

Try flute yoga to beat stress

Try flute yoga to beat stressNew Delhi, July 21 - The humble flute, which in Hindu mythology was played by Lord Krishna to charm the maidens, birds and animals of Vrindavan and Mathura, is leading a new healing therapy called Bansi Yoga to beat lifestyle stress.

Too much stress at work can lead to stroke

 Too much stress at work can lead to stroke London, Dec 20 : Too much pressure at work increases risk of stroke, and those with senior jobs are at greater risk, according to a Danish study.

The study conducted on men found that those in a higher social class, with a good education and senior position at work - who were also put under consistent psychological stress - were 1.4 times more likely to have a stroke.

Stress behind unsightly acne in working women beyond 25

 Stress behind unsightly acne in working women beyond 25 London, Nov 26 : Working women beyond the age of 25 tend to develop unsightly and painful acne due to the growing amount of stress even if they never had spots as teenagers, dermatologists have revealed.

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