Stress and Mental Health
Friday's Progress Notes - December 12, 1997
Mental Health Information - Vol. 1 Issue 14
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1. Managing stress with biofeedback
2. Workplace stress
3. Child-rearing stress
4. Effects of traumatic experiences
5. Stress and food
6. Use of CBT to treat anxiety
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John L. Miller, MD
Managing Stress with Biofeedback
Biofeedback is a therapeutic tool which provides physiological information in order to help individuals improve self-regulation skills. The principles of biofeedback are used every time you step on a scale or use a thermometer.
Stress at Work
The nature of work is changing at whirlwind speed. Perhaps now more than ever before, job stress poses a threat to the health of workers and, in turn, to the health organizations.
3. ALCOHOL RESEARCH AND HEALTH
Can Your Children Drive You To Drink?
Not surprisingly, parents of children with behavior problems-particularly children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)-experience highly elevated levels of daily child-rearing stresses.
4. NATIONAL CENTER FOR PTSD
Effects of Traumatic Experiences
Some common traumatic experiences include being physically attacked, being in a serious accident, being in combat, being sexually assaulted, and being in a fire or a disaster like a hurricane or a tornado. After traumatic experiences, people may have problems that they didn't have before the event.
5. IMPACT PUBLISHERS
Are You an Emotional Eater? Tips to Cope With the Cravings
Emotional eating happens any time you eat not because you are physically hungry but because you have feelings of boredom, depression, loneliness, fear, anger or frustration. Eating takes your mind off the feelings.
Putting Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Work for You: Combat Depression, Anxiety and Other Problems
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy used to treat depression, anxiety disorders and other problems such as anger, fears, procrastination as well as improve confidence and relationships.
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