As uncertainty abounds and anxiety skyrockets, you’ve probably heard advice to be patient, stay calm and keep the faith. Here are 10 concrete tips to help you actually manage the stress.
Higher levels of stress was just one of the reasons the hearing problem may have worsened for many people.
It’s clear that the pandemic has affected mental health. Researchers have now identified how extensively: Five stress scales with interconnecting symptoms combine to form COVID-19 stress syndrome.
Living near oil and gas production can affect mental health, driving stress and feelings of depression.
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Cut yourself some slack. For most people, the pandemic has been a unique challenge.
Born into a coronavirus world: how new parents and infants can stay safe.
Treating people with PTSD may help lower their risk of developing dementia.
Many people feel some form of anxiety when speaking in front of others. That includes taking part in video hook-ups for work or study thanks to coronavirus restrictions.
Good mental health is the ability to adapt to changes and stress. Whatever school looks like, parents can help keep kids’ social-emotional development on track in these four areas.
A landmark study shows chronic stress from racism can lead to loss of brain function in African American women.
Parents of young children are reporting alarming increases in anxiety and depression during COVID-19. This is not only a risk to parents’ mental health, but also to children’s long-term well-being.
The stress of having children do distance learning at home during the pandemic is linked to an increase in alcohol consumption among parents, a new survey finds.
For Black youth, death by suicide has become a leading cause of death. And they face social problems that give rise to depression and isolation that their white counterparts do not.
Stress, depression, and high blood pressure were just some of the risk factors the study’s researchers identified.
Working from home in the long run could be better for your health, or it could also be worse. It depends on how your employer supports you.
Itchy skin? More aches and pains? Unusual rash? Headaches? Pimples? If you’ve been experiencing unusual physical symptoms recently, the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic may be the reason.
Keen to get back to the gym? Be careful. It’s easy to get injured if you’ve been inactive.
With the county facing a crisis in emotional health, we may need two vaccines: one for COVID-19 and another for toxic stress. Here’s a technique for dealing with all that stress.
Most people don’t intend to be hurtful or insensitive in their conversations with people experiencing infertility — they often just don’t know what to say.