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Work-Related Stress May Raise Heart Disease & Stroke Risks by A4M Posted Fri 05 Sep 2014 10:08pm Posted on Sept. 4, 2014, 6 a.m. in Stress Cardio-Vascular Stroke Welder - image from Shutterstock ... Read on »
Simple Ways to Cope with Work-Related Stress by Lstovall Posted Thu 13 Mar 2014 4:30pm Everyone knows the telltale signs of work-related stress: rushing to meet deadlines, answering emails at midnight, taking phone calls at all hours of the day and/or snapping at your coworkers. When you’re under that kind of pressure, it can negatively affect your health, your relationship with coworkers and your work/life balance. When you find ... Read on »
The Importance of Supportive Spouses In Coping with Work-related Stress by Dan Lukasik Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 2:50pm Recent research has concluded that how well we deal with work-related stress is directly related to just how much we get from our spouses.  Read the Story. ... Read on »
Work Related Stress by Linda Posted Sun 23 Nov 2008 12:00am Everyone has some sort of stress at work. It may be a deadline to complete work or it may be a heavier work load as companies downsize and lay off workers. Occasional short-lived stress can be handled by the body but when stress is constant, the stress response system is turned on which increases the rate of wear and tear to the body.  Ultimat ... Read on »
Easing Work-Related Stress by Linda Posted Mon 22 Dec 2008 12:00am A recent survey of U.S. companies showed that many are trying to reduce employees stress with the current economy by increasing communication about their financial condition. Top concerns for many employees are security of their jobs and the solvency of the company at which they work. The survey showed that those two issues account for 80% of ... Read on »
Work related stress by Nurse Lochia .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:51pm This past weekend at work was pretty quiet patient-wise, but stressful for me. First, I was extremely tired. I haven't been sleeping well at all, and not just because of the baby. I fall asleep just fine, but can't stay asleep long, and can't get back to sleep after I wake up. But that's another post. I was also charge RN this weekend, somet ... Read on »
Stressful working environment related to rheumatoid arthritis by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 9:39pm This is no surprise stress contributes so many conditions managing stress is extremely important for overall health Link: arc :: Stressful working environment related to rheumatoid arthritis. Stressful working environments can increase the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, according to a new study. Read on »
Military working dog: recovering after war trauma related stress by Dr. Christopher C. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 05 Aug 2010 8:20pm I had contact with military working dogs at the base in San Antonio and while in Iraq. It was amazing to see the unconditional dedication the animals had to their duty. Equally impressive was how close the relationship was between the dogs and their trainers and handlers. At the 332 Air Force Theater Hospital in Balad, we witnessed first hand h ... Read on »
Insomnia And Emotional Distress Could Lead To Work-Related Depression and Anxiety by Dan Lukasik Posted Sun 26 Jan 2014 9:18am Insomnia and emotional distress account for much of the work impact of mental health problems like depression and anxiety, a new study has suggested.   Read the News Read on »
Alternative Therapies and Anxiety Stress by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 18 Dec 2010 2:48am In the last few years, many people have been searching for alternative therapies to cope with anxieties. Generally speaking, anxiety is described as an overwhelming fear, worry, or apprehension. These intensified feelings are always accompanied by bodily manifestations like chronic sweating, uneasiness, heart palpitations, nausea, shortness of ... Read on »