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'Stress Ball' in Your Brain May Be Key to Heart Risks
New brain-scan study helps pinpoint a neurological link between anxiety, cardiovascular disease
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Stress Trigger Assessment
Stress Trigger Assessment Stress in small doses isn't a bad thing. Stress can challenge you to do your best. But too much stress can affect both your emotional and physical health. Learning what brings on stress in your life is the first step toward managing it. This assessment will help you identify your life "stressors." In each category, check all the items that currently apply to your life. Current work situation: Promotion New job Demotion Reorganization Being laid off Boredom with job Downsizing D...
Heart Disease Risk Quiz
What Do You Know About Heart Disease Risk? Knowing what causes heart disease and how you can prevent it can help you live a longer, healthier life. Take this quiz to find out more about reducing your risk for heart disease. 1. There's nothing you can do to prevent heart disease. You didn't answer this question. You answered The correct answer is Healthy adults can reduce their risk for heart disease and a heart attack by maintaining a healthy weight (a body mass index of less than 25), getting enough ex...
What Do You Know About Stress? Slow traffic. Screaming children. A job interview. A crumbling marriage. Any of these could be a stressful situation. We all face stress in our lives, and some days are more stressful than others. Stress can take its toll on our physical and mental health. Learn more about stress and its effects by taking this multiple-choice quiz. 1. Which gland in your body is responsible for the stress response? You didn't answer this question. You answered The correct answer is When yo...
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Understanding Your Response to Stress
Understanding Your Response to Stress Any change in your life can lead to stress. This includes even pleasurable activities, such as vacations or new forms of recreation. You can also be in a stressful situation such as a difficult job or a long-term illness of a spouse. If you think you might be experiencing stress, this assessment may help you identify its effects on you. You probably know some of the common signs of stress. They include a pounding heart, sweaty palms, and feeling anxious. But you may...