Stress and anxiety can cause children’s ‘stomach ache’ because kids don’t always express what is wrong with them.
Stress is a part of everyday life but how we deal with stress has a great deal to do with how happy we will be. Exercise, diet and even medication can help.
People are hard-wired to be cautious, says psychologist Tamar Chansky, but with one in four Americans having some sort of anxiety disorder, worry has outgrown its usefulness.
New information from the American Stroke Association meeting has found that ‘harm avoidance’ is associated with a higher stroke risk.
According to experts at the Cleveland Clinic, it is important to carefully look at how we handle stress and its effect on our body.
The best treatment for stress might be to simplify your life. Spend more time with family, eating well and exercising – and less time worrying about making more money to buy more things.
Have you been feeling down, anxious or depressed? How can you tell if those feelings are fleeting, or if you should see a doctor for treatment or a possible research study?
If you feel you’re under stress, it is important to figure out the root cause.
We know that problems we face as children can have long term psychological effects on people as adults. Now results of a new study show that they also have substantial effects on physical health as well.
A new concern about smartphones and their effects on your health. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is On Your Side with more.
Just like people, pets feel anxious at times, and there are some simple ways you can put them at ease.
Reducing stress is believed to have multiple health benefits.
Postpartum depression is a serious form of depression that comes after giving birth. This is very different than the baby blues, which are a slightly depressed feeling that occur in four out of every five women who deliver.
Over 6 million Americans suffer from panic disorder and 4 million of them are women.
In women we are definitely seeing an increase in stress and have noticed it for several decades.