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  1. Living Above Worry and Stress (Women of Faith Study Guide) by Thomas Nelson, 2003-04-17
  2. The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook (New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook) by Martha Davis, Elizabeth Robbins Eshelman, et all 2008-05-03
  3. A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook by Bob Stahl, Elisha Goldstein, 2010-03-01
  4. Adrenal Fatigue: The 21st Century Stress Syndrome by James L. Wilson, 2002-01-25
  5. The Insured Portfolio: Your Gateway to Stress-Free Global Investments (Agora Series) by Erika Nolan, Marc-Andre Sola, et all 2010-08-30
  6. The Stress Reduction Workbook for Teens: Mindfulness Skills to Help You Deal With Stress (Instant Help) by Gina M. Biegel, 2010-01
  7. Stress Less: The New Science That Shows Women How to Rejuvenate the Body and the Mind by Thea Singer, 2010-09-23
  8. Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen, 2002-12-31
  9. The Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Sourcebook: A Guide to Healing, Recovery, and Growth by Glenn Schiraldi, 2009-03-05
  10. The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook for Kids: Help for Children to Cope with Stress, Anxiety & Transitions (Instant Help / Nhp) by Lawrence E., Ph.d. Shapiro, et all 2009-02-02
  11. Stress Management for Dummies by Allen Elkin, 1999-09-29
  12. Roark's Formulas for Stress and Strain by Warren Young, Richard Budynas, 2001-09-13
  13. Treating Traumatic Stress in Children and Adolescents: How to Foster Resilience through Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency by Margaret E. Blaustein PhD, Kristine M. Kinniburgh LICSW, 2010-03-18
  14. Stress Can Really Get on Your Nerves! (Laugh And Learn) by Trevor Romain, Elizabeth Verdick, 2005-01-15

1. Health Education: Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Drug Use
Organization is committed to understanding the role of stress in disease. Find a collection of articles and read the monthly newsletter.
The Medical Basis of Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Sleep Problems, and Drug Use
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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. The American Institute Of Stress
Details ways to identify and manage stress effectively.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Adjustment stress......The American Institute of stress is a non profit organization dedicated to advancingour understanding of the role of stress in health and illness.
Dedicated to Advancing Our Understanding of:
The Role of Stress in Health and Illness
The Nature and Importance of Mind-Body Relationships
Our Inherent and Immense Potential for Self-Healing
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Stre $TRE$$ One can hardly pick up a newspaper or magazine or watch TV without seeing or hearing some reference to Why all the sudden fuss and fascination? After all, stress has been around since Adam and Eve were evicted from the Garden of Eden. Is it because there is much more stress today? Is it because the nature of contemporary stress is somehow different and more dangerous Or is it because scientific research has increasingly confirmed the crucial role stress can play in causing and aggravating different disorders and the diverse mechanisms of actions responsible for mediating its multitudinous effects The answer to all of these questions is a very resounding "YES!"

3. Links To Stress Related Resources
Provides a list of links that are organized into stressrelated subtopics such as time management and cognitive therapy. To advertise on this page click here. stress Management. and. Emotional Wellness Links

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Stress Management
Emotional Wellness Links
The following links are organized according to sub-categories and various intervention categories*. Some of these sections change frequently, so be sure to bookmark this site and refer to it often! Reducing Your Stress Restructuring Your Thinking Relaxing Your Body Rejuvinating Your Energy and Increasing Your Resistance ... Search
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4. Stress Free - Welcome
The website provides confidential assistance to individuals, business and occupational groups.
Stress Free NET
Stress, Anxiety, Psychological and Emotional pressures affect all of us in our daily lives. Welcome to the StressFree Net home page and virtual offices for the StressFree Network. StressFree is a system of Health Care professionals providing Solutions to Stress. Recent advances in both psychology and technology now make it possible to accurately assess and measure levels of stress in the individual and in the workplace. It is now possible to audit and identify areas of vulnerability in individuals and in organizations, and to assist those who are at risk. It is now possible to implement solutions to the problem of stress. At StressFree we provide confidential assistance to individuals, business and occupational groups for whom stress is an important issue. We provide a continuum of wellness and stress related services; from diagnosis and assessment to implementation and solution. We provide solutions to stress. StressFree Net offers stress related services and tools, including a directory of health and stress management professionals to help you, and an opportunity to "Ask the Psychologist".... This site, like life itself, is a process of continuous evolution and development. Please visit often.
  • Ask the Psychologist....
  • 5. Stress Inc., The Commerce Of Coping
    Take the stress test, and find out about medications, yoga and techniques that can help manage stress.
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    6. Stress Management Education
    A Review of Principles Professor, Department of Health and Human Performance University of Nebraska Lincoln This document presents the core concepts of stress management education.
    Stress Management:
    A Review of Principles
    Presented by: Wesley E. Sime PhD./MPH./PhD.
    Professor, Department of Health and Human Performance
    University of Nebraska Lincoln
    This document presents the core concepts of stress management education. It originally developed fom the efforts of Kathy Hellweg and Wes Sime. It has been used as the Body of Knowledge for Certification in Stress Management Education. (June '97) Appreciation goes to Tina Carter for incorporating the sound clips.
    Table of Contents

    7. Exam Stress
    stress-busting tips for revision and the exam by the International stress Management Association (UK).Category Reference Education How To Study......COPING WITH EXAM stress. General Exam stressBusting Tips Regular moderate exercisewill boost your energy, clear your mind and reduce any feelings of stress.
    General Exam Stress-Busting Tips:
    Believe in yourself. You wouldn't have been given a place on the course if you didn't have the ability to do it. Therefore, if you prepare for the exams properly you should do fine, meaning that there is no need to worry excessively. Don't try to be perfect. It's great to succeed and reach for the stars. But keep things in balance. If you think that "anything less than A+ means I've failed" then you are creating mountains of unnecessary stress for yourself. Aim to do your best but recognise that none of us can be perfect all of the time. Take steps to overcome problems. If you find you don't understand some of your course material, getting stressed out won't help. Instead, take action to address the problem directly by seeing your course tutor or getting help from your class mates. Don't keep things bottled up. Confiding in someone you trust and who will be supportive is a great way of alleviating stress and worry. Keep things in perspective.

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    Long article about how researchers have demonstrated that psychological stress can increase vulnerability to disease and have begun to understand how that might occur.
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    9. America's #1 Health Problem
    AMERICA'S 1 HEALTH PROBLEM. Why is There More stress Today? Time magazine's stressbusters. Why is stress Now Different and More Dangerous?

    Why is There More Stress Today?
    Time magazine's June 6, 1983 cover story called stress "The Epidemic of the Eighties"
    and referred to it as our leading health problem; there can be little doubt that the situation has progressively worsened since then. Numerous surveys confirm that adult Americans perceive they are under much more stress than a decade or two ago. A 1996 Prevention magazine survey found that almost 75% feel they have "great stress" one day a week with one out of three indicating they feel this way more than twice a week. In the same 1983 survey only 55% said they felt under great stress on a weekly basis. It has been estimated that 75 - 90 percent of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress related problems. Job Stress is far and away the leading source of stress for adults but stress levels have also escalated in children, teenagers, college students and the elderly for other reasons, including: increased crime, violence and other threats to personal safety; pernicious peer pressures that lead to substance abuse and other unhealthy life style habits; social isolation and loneliness; the erosion of family and religious values and ties; the loss of other strong sources of social support that are powerful stress busters.

    10. Mind Tools - Stress Management Techniques
    These articles will help you to manage the stress in your life it offers a wide range of relaxation and stress reduction products, as well as interactive services, counseling, self
    Search Contact Us Contacts Page Join our Announcement List Participate in our Survey Visit our Forum Mind Tools Newsletters Information and Study Skills Introduction to Study Skills Concept Maps - taking notes effectively SQ3R - fully absorbing written information Speed Reading Reading Strategies - reading quickly by reading intelligently Review Techniques - keeping information fresh in your mind Study Skills Book Store Job Hunting Skills Job Hunting - how to find your ideal job Introduction to the Job Hunting Process Career Choice - finding your ideal career Career Tests – finding out what jobs you will love Career Research – the good, the bad and the ugly Resume Writing – an insider's view Example Resume - making it talk to the recruiter Resume Tips - helping you to be the special candidate Resume Cover Letter - the instant advantage The Art of Job Hunting Networking – finding jobs before they are advertised Targeting Organizations - job hunting you control Working With Agencies - using existing networks Internet Job Hunting - job hunting the easy way The Ideal Employer – what to look for Interview Skills – to be or not to be, whatever the question

    11. 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......The National Center for PostTraumatic stress Disorder (PTSD) was created withinthe Department of Veterans Affairs in 1989, in response to a Congressional
    Home Topics Facts Publications Documents Video Assessment About NCPTSD Most Popular Pages:
    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.

    12. Effects Of Traumatic Stress In A Disaster Situation // National Center For Post-
    It is important to help survivors recognize the normalcy of most stress reactionsto disaster. Effects of Traumatic stress In a Disaster Situation.
    Home Topics Facts General Treatment Veterans Disasters Phases Range Risk Factors Survivors of Disaster Resources Mental Health Intervention Effects Children Death Notification Psychopharmacology Self-Help Survivors Acute Interventions mental health guidelines mental health guidelines Response Primary Care Screen Cautions Early Intervention Rescue Workers Domestic Violence Frequently Asked Questions Managing Grief Effects of Media Coverage Severe Mental Illness Combat and Civilians Helping Survivors Cuidándose y Ayudándose Debriefing Turkey Taiwan Terrorism Working with Survivors Substance Use Veterans Specific Publications Documents Video Assessment About NCPTSD Most Popular Pages:
    Effects of Traumatic Stress In a Disaster Situation
    A National Center for PTSD Fact Sheet
    Normal Reactions to an Abnormal Situation
    It is important to help survivors recognize the normalcy of most stress reactions to disaster. Mild to moderate stress reactions in the emergency and early post-impact phases of disaster are highly prevalent because survivors (and their families, community members and rescue workers) accurately recognize the grave danger in disaster (Young et al, 1998). Although stress reactions may seem 'extreme', and cause distress, they generally do not become chronic problems. Most people recover fully from even moderate stress reactions within 6 to 16 months (Baum and Fleming, 1993; Green et at,1994; La Greca et at, 1996; Steingtass and Gerrity, 1990) (Excerpted from Raphael, Disaster Mental Health Response Handbook, NSW Health, 2000). In fact, resilience is probably the most common observation after all disasters. In addition, the effects of traumatic events are not always negative. Although many survivors of the 1974 tornado in Xenia, Ohio, experienced psychological distress, the majority described positive outcomes: they learned they could handle crises effectively, and felt they were better off for having met this type of challenge (Quarantetti, 1985).Disaster may also bring a community closer together or reorient an individual to new priorities, goals or values. This concept has been referred to as 'posttraumatic growth' by some authors (eg. Calhoun, 2000), and is similar to the 'benefited response' reported in the combat trauma literature (Ursano et al, 1996) (Excerpted from Raphael, Disaster Mental Health Response Handbook, NSW Health, 2000).

    13. David Baldwin's Trauma Information Pages
    Information for clinicians and researchers in the traumaticstress field.
    David Baldwin's Trauma Information Pages
    Last Revised: 7 January 2003 W elcome to the Trauma Information Pages! These Trauma Pages focus primarily on emotional trauma and traumatic stress, including PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder), whether following individual traumatic experience(s) or a large-scale disaster. The purpose of this award winning site is to provide information for clinicians and researchers in the traumatic-stress field. Specifically, my interests here include both clinical and research aspects of trauma responses and their resolution. For example:
  • What goes on biologically in the brain during traumatic experience and its resolution?
  • Which psychotherapeutic procedures are most effective with traumatic symptoms, for which patients and why?
  • How can we best measure clinical efficacy and treatment outcome for trauma survivor populations? Supportive resources supplement the more academic or research information of interest to clinicians, researchers, and students. I do realize that these are not mutually exclusive groups. Since 19 May 1995 (a month after the Oklahoma City bombing), this site has welcomed 1,126,049 visits (134 today).
  • 14. Stress Busters
    Help in overcoming panic attacks, anxiety, worry, stress, and phobias. Books counselling available. stress Builders and stress Busters. stress and worry on the job can be harmful!
    Thoughts to Reduce Your Work Stress!
    The Stress Busters List:
    Stress and worry on the job can be harmful! They cause physical and emotional problems that may damage both your health and your performance. Furthermore, stress grows! Excessive worry is a major element in the vicious cycle of tension: the physical sensations of stress-tense muscles, headaches, insomnia and so forth-lead to catastrophic stress-building thoughts, which in turn aggravate unpleasant physical feelings, and so on up the tension cycle. Soon, just the thought of preparing an assignment or meeting a deadline triggers all the symptoms of stress, along with an overwhelming wish to avoid tasks. But you can learn to avoid your "stress-building" thoughts and replace them with alternative "stress-busting" thoughts! When you are under stress, what messages are you sending yourself? Are they alarming or reassuring? You can decrease your stress by learning to talk to yourself in a reassuring way. This is what "stress-busting" is aboutgetting your thoughts back on a reassuring track. Stress-busting thoughts come from what we call the "Rational You."

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    16. Welcome To ISTSS - The International Society For Traumatic Stress Studies
    Organization for the study of psychological trauma.Category Health Mental Health Post Traumatic stress Associations......The International Society for Traumatic stress Studies (ISTSS) is the world’s premiertrauma organizations dedicated to trauma treatment, education, research
    Submit 2003 Proposals
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    Welcome to the new ISTSS website! Members of ISTSS include psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, counselors, researchers, administrators, advocates, journalists, clergy and others with an interest in the study and treatment of traumatic stress. ISTSS provides a forum for sharing research, clinical strategies, public policy concerns and theoretical formulations about trauma in the United States and around the world.

    17. THE PETRIE METHOD® Of Hypnosis
    Hypnosis to quit smoking, improve golf/tennis, self hypnosis, stress management, relaxation, overcome fears, control addictions, and weight loss. Private seminars, tapes.
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    18. Mind Tools - How To Master Stress
    Information on understanding, preventing, and surviving high levels of stress is available to those seeking tips on relaxing and meditating.

    19. Stress Management
    stress Management. What is stress? In so adjusting to different circumstances,stress will help or hinder us depending on how we react to it.
    Stress Management What is Stress?
    Stress is the "wear and tear" our bodies experience as we adjust to our continually changing environment; it has physical and emotional effects on us and can create positive or negative feelings. As a positive influence, stress can help compel us to action; it can result in a new awareness and an exciting new perspective. As a negative influence, it can result in feelings of distrust, rejection, anger, and depression, which in turn can lead to health problems such as headaches, upset stomach, rashes, insomnia, ulcers, high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. With the death of a loved one, the birth of a child, a job promotion, or a new relationship, we experience stress as we readjust our lives. In so adjusting to different circumstances, stress will help or hinder us depending on how we react to it. How Can I Eliminate Stress from My Life?
    As we have seen, positive stress adds anticipation and excitement to life, and we all thrive under a certain amount of stress. Deadlines, competitions, confrontations, and even our frustrations and sorrows add depth and enrichment to our lives. Our goal is not to eliminate stress but to learn how to manage it and how to use it to help us. Insufficient stress acts as a depressant and may leave us feeling bored or dejected; on the other hand, excessive stress may leave us feeling "tied up in knots." What we need to do is find the optimal level of stress which will individually motivate but not overwhelm each of us.

    20. Grey Matter: Marilyn Grey's Webpage
    Speaking on the effect of laughter on stress reduction, team building and empowerment in times of change.
    Grey Matter: Marilyn Grey's Webpage
    ~ A little about Marilyn Grey ~ Marilyn's keynote and after dinner presentations have captivated audiences nationally, and internationally. Each year more than 50,000 people are informed and entertained by Marilyn as she talks about the effect of laughter on stress reduction, team building, and empowering ourselves in times of change. Warmth and wit allow Marilyn to relate quickly and intimately with her audiences. In addition to being an outstanding speaker, Marilyn is a highly respected educator, school psychologist, college faculty member and author of the book " It's All in Your Head ". Use the buttons on the right to navigate the site.

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