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Maybe You Are Suffering from Chronic StressChronic stress, which is constant and persists over an extended period of time, can be debilitating and overwhelming. Chronic stress can affect both our physical and psychological well-being by causing a variety of problems including anxiety, insomnia, muscle pain, high blood pressure and a weakened immune system.Web Article (November 2010)3.How stress affects your healthWe've probably all felt stress. Sometimes it's brief and highly situational, like being in heavy traffic. Other times, it's more persistent and complex — relationship problems, an ailing family member, a spouse's death. And sometimes, stress can motivate us to accomplish certain tasks.Web Article (April 2013)4.Managing your stress in tough economic timesMoney is a significant cause of financial stress, according to the American Psychological Association’s 2010 Stress in America survey. APA Help Center's healthy strategies for stress management can help you deal with worries about money and the economy. Web Article (November 2010)5.Understanding chronic stressChronic stress can occur in response to everyday stressors as well as to exposure to traumatic events. Improving lifestyle and making better behavior choices are essential steps toward increasing overall health and avoiding chronic stress.Web Article (April 2011)6.Overwhelmed by Workplace Stress? You're not aloneAmericans are known for placing great emphasis on work and career. Working hard, however, should not be confused with overworking at the expense of relationships and physical health. Web Article (July 2011)7.Talking to Teens about Stress School is the top source of stress for teens, followed by the pressure of getting into a good college or deciding what to do after high school.Web Article (February 2014)8.Heart Skipping a Beat?According to the American Psychological Association’s 2008 Stress in America survey, women report experiencing higher levels of stress than men.Web Article (February 2011)9.Don't Let Workplace Stress Ruin Your Labor Day HolidayIn today's connected world, Americans can find it difficult to switch off from stresses of the workplace. More than a century after the first Labor Day, the role of work in American lives has changed dramatically.Web Article (September 2011)10.Tax day: Strategies for managing money stressStress related to tax deadlines can increase unhealthy behaviors such as eating, poor diet choices, smoking, drinking and being inactive, that are used to cope with everyday stressors of money, work, health, and children.Web Article (March 2012) Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 445 for "Web Article"X related to "Stress Tip Sheet"