SPIRITUALITY AS A MEANS OF COPING WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS
- MENTAL AND PHYSICAL BURDEN OF NURSES IN OPERATING ROOM. LITVÍNOVÁ, Anna; KRÁLOVÁ, Eva; POLIAKOVÁ, Nikoleta; MURÁROVÁ, Daniela // University Review (1337-6047);2014, Vol. 8 Issue 1/2, p37
Objective: The burden represents a strenuous life situation. There occurs the discord between requirements of nurses' own situation and possibilities needed to manage it on the other side. It arises when individuals confront to strong pressure and unfavourable situational conditions. Mental and...
- stress-free zone. Curtis, Patricia // Redbook;Jan2002, Vol. 198 Issue 1, p95
Offers several tips on easing and preventing physiological and psychological stress.
- Improve your OUTLOOK. Kirshenbaum, Mira // Shape;Apr2004, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p58
Presents suggestions to reduce psychological and physiological stress. INSET: Emotional energy sappers.
- Antidote for Stressful Times. Priesnitz, Wendy // Natural Life;Mar/Apr2003, Issue 90, p3
Suggests antidotes for combating stress. Hugging children; enjoying friends; nurturing curiosity, generosity and compassion.
- Two Brand-New Stress Relievers. Curtis, Patricia // Redbook;Apr2000, Vol. 194 Issue 4, p183
Suggests ways on how to relieve stress.
- Don't face stress alone. Carey, Benedict // Health (Time Inc. Health);Apr97, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p74
Discusses ways of fighting stress. Two types of stressed related persons; How stress affects a person's emotion; Studies showing scientific evidence for the physical benefits of social support to a stressed person; Beneficial effects a person may gain from focussing with their biological...
- Recuperation. Yessis, Michael // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Jul93, Vol. 54 Issue 7, p60
Reports on how to control muscles and sensing the level of muscular tension, and stresses the importance of analyzing one's feelings and sensations to relax or recuperate fully. Residual tension; Relaxation technique; Hand massage; Muscle tensing.
- Health clubs now target both bodies and minds. // Journal of Business (10756124);1/16/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 2, pA14
Reports on the survey concerning stress conducted by the American Institute of Stress in Washington. Health-care costs of stress from traffic, cell phones, and work and life responsibilities; Risk factors of depression and unmanaged stress; Percentage of stress-related consultation with physicians.
- Experiencing stress can seriously affect not only mood, but health. Norris, S. Louise // Hudson Valley Business Journal;07/21/97, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p28
Discusses the prevalence of stress-related disorders in the United States. Causes of stress; Role in the progression of disease; Examples of stress-related illnesses; Ways for reducing the chances of stress harming the body.