Stress

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Dec 22, 2010
A student has developed a new pen that is able to measure and reduce the user's stress level.

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Nov 07, 2007

Research conducted by Dartmouth College showed that during daydreaming our brain is doing a very important job. During a study researchers tried to find out what exactly is happening when we are daydreaming, using brain imaging and participant's feedback technique.

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Feb 18, 2008
Feeling stressed was revealed to have a negative effect on woman's health being one of the causes to lead to cervical cancer, study says.

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Feb 17, 2009
A commonly prescribed medicine for blood pressure shows promise in treatment of phobias and post traumatic stress, a new study says.

Merel Kindt, a leading author of the study the University of Amsterdam found that drug used for treatment of hypertension called propranolol was effective in eliminating phobia of spiders among a people, who were given this drug.

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Oct 16, 2010
Do you struggle to leave your bed in the morning, especially on those dark winter months and feel tired or blue even after waking up? Many people, who experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), live with the feeling of depression and fatigue, sleep problems and low energy.

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Aug 26, 2010
If you are feeling stressed and find it hard to calm down, there is a natural and non-invasive way to bring piece of mind quickly and effectively.

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Oct 22, 2009
A new study shows that stress during pregnancy and exposure to chemicals found in common products is a dangerous combo for the development of the male reproductive system.

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Feb 08, 2008
Women who feel severely stressed at early stage are at risk of having a baby developing a schizophrenia disorder, scientists say.

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Oct 06, 2011
Stress can affect our health negatively in many ways. And while it is almost impossible to make our life stress-free, we can learn how to reduce it to a minimum by practicing certain techniques. Brain Resources company has introduced its innovative health gadget MyCalmBeat - a heart rate monitor that lowers stress level encouraging proper breathing at the right breathing rate.

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Dec 10, 2009
Looking for something special to give to your close ones for this Christmas or other holyday? Here are the best Christmas gift ideas for those, who want to stay healthy.

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Jun 16, 2009
The new study shows that stress is a major factor causing infertility and sexual problems for couples, who are trying to conceive.

The study conducted at University of California, Berkeley revealed that stress puts a double strain on fertility, affecting the major sex hormones that play an important role during conception.

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Sep 17, 2007

According to the latest research chronic fatigue syndrome is believed to be linked to a common stomach virus. Dr. John Chia, an infectious disease specialist, together with his son Andrew Chia working in Torrance, California, studied chronic fatigue syndrome in 165 people to find the cause of this condition.