Category Archives: Stress

Stress can affect children just as much as adults. Stress usually arises if a child is putting themselves under too much pressure or if they Read more…

As people age, the process of neurogenesis the formation of new neurones decreases. As a result, older people suffer from memory loss and have more Read more…

In prehistoric times, stress was a short-term answer to a physical threat. In modern times, rather than a physical threat, the pressures of everyday life Read more…

Women often try juggling many different tasks and personas at once, they may be struggling to make progress at work, while trying to be the Read more…

The causes of stress have changed and developed through evolution, yet the bodily response to external pressures and threats has not. When the mind perceives Read more…

Stress can be the physical and emotional changes that occur in the body in response to a stressor or external pressure. There are however a Read more…

The term stress has been subjected to numerous definitions and therefore the understanding of what exactly stress is, is somewhat confused. One of the earliest Read more…

As Hans Selye wrote, ‘With­out stress, there would be no life’, it has also been argued that distress can cause disease while stress can sometimes Read more…

People respond to different levels and specific types of stress differently. Something that may be stressful for one person may not cause problems for another. Read more…

A combination of long hours, demanding colleagues, a difficult boss and a lack of gratitude are all common contributing factors to workplace stress. Workplace stress Read more…

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