1 edition of Emotional stress. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Editor: Lennart Levi.|
|Contributions||Levi, Lennart., Swedish Delegation for Applied Medical Defense Research.|
|LC Classifications||QP356 .E47 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||68092927|
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Book does a great job of explaining in detail the 'emotional rollercoster' but offers little in terms of strategies to mediate it. I know a lot of people who rave about this book but I found the advice of have friends, exercise and don't sit in the couch and 'mong' after your shift to be really underwhelming for all the build up to explaining what shift work does to you/5().
Emotional Stress. Emotional stress can be considered to be processed by way of an ‘inhibition-implosion’-dimension (to implode means to collapse or cause to collapse inwards in a violent manner as a result of external pressure), modulated by dispositional factors (innate, personality, and.
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In most cases, managing your stress will resolve Author: Eleesha Lockett. Indeed, stress symptoms can affect your body, your thoughts and feelings, and your behavior.
Being able to recognize common stress symptoms can help you manage them. Stress that's left unchecked can contribute to many health problems, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes. Common effects of stress.
On your behavior. Emotional stress is not a clearly labelled phenomenon. It’s a wide range of problems and can range all the way from having a few down days to a more chronic condition.
Note, that if you’re having a few down days you shouldn’t immediately pull on the bell or go see your doctor. Emotional stress causes emotional distress and pain to the sufferer. They trigger negative feelings such as anger, jealousy, hatred, heartache, and depression.
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Some health care professionals believe. Emotional wellbeing is dependent on ones control over stress, as stress can be seen as a challenge instead of a threat. When one lacks this sense of control, stress can be bad news, causing health issues and community concerns (Levi & Levi, ).
Emotional stress can be particularly painful and be challenging to deal with, can take more of a toll that many other forms of stress. Part of the reason is that thinking about a solution, or discussing solutions with a good friend—coping behaviors that are often useful and effective in solving problems—can easily deteriorate into rumination and co-rumination, which are not so useful and.
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