Stress

Stress

New study finds how plants manage stressful situations

The research was conducted by the University of Seville which was led by Emilio Gutierrez from the Department of Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and was published in the ‘The EMBO Journal’

This photograph taken on 24 March 2021 shows a test of electrodes attached on the surface of a tobacco plant at a laboratory in Singapore, as scientists develop a high-tech system for communicating with vegetation.

How to re-evaluate the perception of stress

University of Rochester psychologists have found that college students who reinterpret their stress response as performance-enhancing are less anxious and generally healthier

How to re-evaluate the perception of stress

Too much free time can be bad as too little: Study

As an individual's free time increases, so does that person's sense of well-being but only up to a point

Too much free time can be bad as too little: Study

Ways to mentally support children and adolescents in pandemic

The pandemic-related stressors, are likely to increase the risk for depression, anxiety and behavioural problems in children and adolescent

Ways to mentally support children and adolescents in pandemic

Motivation depends on how brain processes fatigue

Researchers at the University of Birmingham and the University of Oxford have found that the willingness to work is not static, and depends upon the fluctuating rhythms of fatigue

Motivation depends on how brain processes fatigue

Yoga during lunch breaks to keep stress in-check

Yoga can help you manage stress, and the best part is it does not take a lot of time. You do not have to spend hours on the mat or invest years in learning complicated postures

Yoga during lunch breaks to keep stress in-check

Blaming pandemic for stress leaves couples happier

A new study has found that when couples blamed the Cocid-19 pandemic for their stress, they were happier in their relationships

Blaming pandemic for stress leaves couples happier

Storytelling reduces pain, stress in hospitalised children

A new research has shown for the first time that storytelling is capable of providing physiological and emotional benefits to children in ICUs

Storytelling reduces pain, stress in hospitalised children

Little stress a day good for your brain

Some people report feeling no stress at all, but there may be downsides to this feeling of feeling always super-charged, say researchers

Little stress a day good for your brain

Lower stress levels lead to lesser consumption of fast food

The findings of a recent study suggest that overweight low-income mothers of younger kids, after participating in a study, ate lesser fast-food meals and high-fat snacks

Lower stress levels lead to lesser consumption of fast food
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