Stress can have a detrimental impact on relationships. When feeling stressed, a person is more likely to notice and reflect upon their partner's negative behaviors rather than positive behavior.
War zone-related stress was associated with alterations in limbic gray matter microstructure, independent of a mental health or tbi diagnosis. In turn, these alterations were associated with cognitive function, including impaired response inhibition.
Stress can reduce a woman's ability to become pregnant during her menstrual cycle, a new study reports.
In mice genetically more susceptible to PTSD following a stressful event, researchers found an increased expression of cortisol receptors on neurons in the CA1 region of the dorsal hippocampus. Those increased receptors enabled an elevated expression of the HCN1 protein and TRIP8b, reducing neural excitability.
The stressful events of 2020 may have harmed the social development of young people at a crucial point in their lives, a new study reports.
1 in 5 Americans report trouble falling asleep at night, citing worry and stress over world events as a reason for their sleeplessness.
Both aerobic exercise and yoga reduce the desire to consume alcohol, a new study reports. Researchers found after one session of aerobic exercise people showed reduced cravings for alcohol, lower levels of stress, and improvements in mood.
Income insecurity associated with "gig work" and other forms of non-traditional employment has a negative effect on the overall health and wellbeing of workers.