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  1. Exercising Your Way to Better Mental Health: Combat Stress, Fight Depression, and Improve Your Overall Mood and Self-Concept with These Simple Exercises by Larry M. Leith, 1998-01
  2. Stress And Mental Health of College Students
  3. Stress and Mental Health: Contemporary Issues and Prospects for the Future (Springer Series on Stress and Coping)
  4. Life stress and mental health: The Midtown Manhattan study (Thomas A.C. Rennie series in social psychiatry) by Thomas S Langner, 1963
  5. LIFE STRESS AND MENTAL HEALTH by Thomas S. and Michael, Stanley T. Langner, 1963
  6. Stress and Mental Health in Internal Auditing (Behavioral auditing series) by James A. Wilson, 1989-06
  7. Encyclopedia of Good Health: Stress and Mental Health by Mario Orlandi, Donald Prue, et all 1989-01
  8. The Puerto Rican child in New York City: Stress and mental health (Monograph) by Ian A Canino, 1988
  9. Mental Health and Stress in the Workplace by Dept.of Health, 1995-07
  10. Wiley Concise Guides to Mental Health: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder by Adam Cash, 2006-07-21
  11. Occupational Stress and the Mental and Physical Health of Factory Workers (Research report series / Institute for Social Research) by James S. House, 1981-06
  12. Alcohol abuse exacerbates posttraumatic stress.(Mental Health): An article from: Family Practice News by Michele G. Sullivan, 2005-01-15
  13. Emotional disclosure focus helps with posttraumatic stress.(Mental Health): An article from: Family Practice News by Robert Finn, 2005-02-01
  14. Life Stress and Mental Health: The Midtown Manhattan Study, Volume II by Thomas S.; Michael, Stanley T. Langner, 1963

1. Health Education: Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Drug Use
By Steve and Kimberley Burns. A free, illustrated web book explaining stress, depression, anxiety Category health mental health Disorders Adjustment stress...... 19972001 Revised for electronic educators may reproduce thisweb page (exclusive of the Holmes and Rahe stress Scale) as long as it is
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Recognizing Stress
Most people are exposed to much higher levels of stress than they realize.
Your Stress Scale
A self-test you can use to determine how much stress your are really facing.
Brain Chemical Messengers
Brain cells "talk to each other" by means of chemical messengers. When a person is exposed to too much stress, chemical communication in the brain begins to fail. When these messengers fail, a person suffers from sleep disturbance, aches and pains, depression and anxiety. This condition is called OVERSTRESS.
Three Happy Messengers
Three brain messengers control your sleeping, your energy levels, and your feelings of pain and pleasure.
Chemicals from the grocery store shelf, as well as drugs, can temporarily restore your brain messenger function but not completely, and not for long.These substances are called "Pick-Me-Up's." Pick-Me-Up's are the WRONG way to handle overstress.

2. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
. American Description Internet mental health ( copyright © 19952003 by Phillip W. Long, M.D.......Defines this condition and posts a collection of articles covering its causes and treatment methods. Posttraumatic stress Disorder.
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3. A Thoughtful Moment - We Help You. . . To Help Yourself!
Positive and inspirational messages. mental health resources on depression, relationships, stress, and grief issues.
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4. Counseling Notes Home Page
mental health information for everyday people in difficult situations. Information for familes, teens, and children on stress, communication, school, anxiety, parenting, divorce and other common problems.
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Welcome to Counseling Notes C ounseling Notes . That's just what you will find in these pages: the notes I've written or kept on mental health. I should say, mental health for everyday, ordinary people who find themselves in difficult or un-ordinary situation. You can choose one of the main areas on the navigation bar, pick from the more detailed lists below, or read a little more about counseling and this site. Under "for everyone" you will find pages for parents, older adults, adults, women; just a little bit of information for almost everyone. Whatever your questions, you are not alone in your search for wellness.
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Licensed Professional Counselor What's New A page of links to on-line self-tests A page of questions asked though this site and the answersBUT, without identifying information, so if you think you recognize someone in the questionyou're wrong. Only the heart of the question will be given, no details. Questions and Answers.

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Reliving Trauma PostTraumatic stress Disorder, Science on Our Minds Series A onepage fact sheet developed for the White House Conference on mental health.

6. Stress Management For Patient And Physician
stress management for patient and physician. stress is the most common cause of ill health, probably underlying as many as 70% of all visits to family doctors. It is also the one problem that every doctor shares with every patient. Articles by David B. Posen, MD.
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Stress Management for Patient and Physician By David B. Posen, MD
The Canadian Journal of Continuing Medical Education, April 1995
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    One of the most important things we can do for patients is teach them about stress management. Even better, we can learn these lessons ourselves and then model them for our patients. Although there are many approaches to stress management, this article lists 10 ways for reducing stress that are practical, beneficial and which even busy physicians can start implementing in their patients' and their own lives.
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    Stress is the most common cause of ill health in our society, probably underlying as many as 70% of all visits to family doctors. It is also the one problem that every doctor shares with every patient. This presents physicians with two advantages:
    • It is an issue we can relate to experientially so we can use ourselves as a reference point. In studying and better understanding stress, we can derive personal as well as professional benefits.

7. Mental Help Net
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8. Mental Health Resource Centre For England
Providing directories, resources and data about mental illness and health in England, in areas such as depression, stress, anxiety, suicide, and other psychiatric disorders.
We continue to build an electronic mental health and social care resource centre for England. In the sections below, there are over 350 links to websites providing information and resources in areas such as: medication, treatment, service policy, rights and mental health problems such as: stress, anxiety, suicide, depression and schizophrenia. Our involvement with the mental health and social care communities throughout the last two decades has shown that all concerned individuals need: accurate, relevant and accessible INFORMATION and RESOURCES Education (28 Links)
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The Department of Health and the National Health Service statistics over the past 10 years have shown that 1% of the population (700,000), are in long stay or acute mental health - social service care. There are an additional

9. Cool Nurse - Teen Health And More
Information for teens on sex, birth control, fitness and nutrition, substance abuse, mental health, suicide, stress management, rape and abuse, and looking good. Includes a discussion forum, hot lines for teens in crisis, and a monthly feature.
Your Sexuality and Sex Stuff Suicide and Young Adults Sexuality and everything you need to know about your body . More than 12 million cases of sexually transmitted diseases are reported each year in the U.S. 30% of those are from teens. - whether you need the information now or not. Suicide among our nation's youth has increased dramatically over the years, and is the second leading cause of death in teenagers. What drives teens to take their own lives? Are there warning signs? Are you depressed suicidal Fitness, Exercise and Nutrition Male Health Concerns Exercise does so many great things for you, that you may not be aware of them all. It is a simple solution for stress weight problems and conditioning of the heart. Find a sport you enjoy, then you will stick with it. See Exercise for more facts and charts and Nutrition for food facts and more!

10. Internet Links
more than 10 pages of free, scientifically sound mental health information. Whenever possible, sites are are rated by Posttraumatic stress Disorder Facts for health
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Policy: We list only English-language sites providing more than 10 pages of free, scientifically sound mental health information. Whenever possible, sites are are rated by popularity using asterisks (**).
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11. Mental Health Matters: Self Help Center
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13. Disaster Mental Health: Dealing With The Aftereffects Of Terrorism // National C
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What symptoms can one experience as a result of disaster experiences? What factors increase the risk of readjustment problems? What can disaster survivors do to best recover from disaster stress?

14. The Environment And Mental Health
Book available A guide for clinicians and activists to scientific information about the effects of the environment on psychological development and wellbeing. Symptoms caused by severe stress and depression can overlap those caused by toxins and by a variety of other mental disorders.

15. NIMH - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Learn about this disorder, the symptoms, and how to help children and adolescents overcome traumatic events. Information is also available in Spanish. stress Disorder, Science on Our Minds Series. A one page fact sheet developed for the White House Conference on mental health.
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16. National Center For PTSD // National Center For Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Carries out a broad range of activities in research, training, and public information.Category health mental health Post Traumatic stress Associations...... interdisciplinary index to the worldwide literature on traumatic stress, which contains thisinformation to diagnose or treat a mental health problem without
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National Center for PTSD
A program of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs The National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) was created within the Department of Veterans Affairs in 1989, in response to a Congressional mandate to address the needs of veterans with military-related PTSD. Its mission was, and remains: To advance the clinical care and social welfare of America's veterans through research, education, and training in the science, diagnosis, and treatment of PTSD and stress-related disorders. This website is provided as an educational resource concerning PTSD and other enduring consequences of traumatic stress.
Information on the War in Iraq
This new section of the website contains the latest fact sheets and literature on the war in Iraq. It will be frequently undated as new materials become available so users should check back for new information
Topics in PTSD
Contains a variety of information (such as fact sheets, full text articles, and other online resources) on topics related to traumatic stress. Two current topics of interest include: Managing the Traumatic Stress of Terrorism and The September 11th Anniversary
National Center for PTSD Publications
Review the National Center's Research Quarterlies Clinical Quarterlies , a selection of full text articles by National Center staff and books located in the National Center for PTSD resource center.

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Holding company with subsidiaries which operate inpatient treatment center specializing in treating substance abuse including alcohol and drug addiction, eating disorders, major depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, and treatment for gambling and sexual disorders and mental health disorders. (Nasdaq NEXT).
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18. Mental Disorders
Links and resources regarding mental health and behavioural disorders organized by the Karolinska Institute.Category health Medicine Medical Specialties Behavioral Medicine...... Association (US); stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic About Post-Traumaticstress Disorder - Internet mental health (US); About Post
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20. NMHA MHIC Factsheet: Stress - Coping With Everyday Problems
What are your biggest obstacles to reducing stress? NMHA's Campaign for America'smental health works to raise awareness that mental illnesses are common, real
Stress - Coping With Everyday Problems
Stress is a natural part of life. The expressions are familiar to us, “I’m stressed out,”  “I’m under too much stress,” or “Work is one big stress.” Stress is hard to define because it means different things to different people; however, it’s clear that most stress is a negative feeling rather than a positive feeling. Stress can be both physical and mental. You may feel physical stress which is the result of too much to do, not enough sleep, a poor diet or the effects of an illness. Stress can also be mental: when you worry about money, a loved one’s illness, retirement, or experience an emotionally devastating event, such as the death of a spouse or being fired from work. However, much of our stress comes from less dramatic everyday responsibilities. Obligations and pressures which are both physical and mental are not always obvious to us. In response to these daily strains your body automatically increases blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, metabolism, and blood flow to you muscles. This response, is intended to help your body react quickly and effectively to a high-pressure situation. However, when you are constantly reacting to stressful situations without making adjustments to counter the effects, you will feel stress which can threaten your health and well-being.

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