Alternative and Complementary Modalities for Managing Stress and Anxiety

Keegan, Lynn
June 2003
Critical Care Nurse;Jun2003, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p55
Academic Journal
Provides information on alternative and complementary modalities for stress and anxiety management in the U.S. Causes of tress; Relationship between stress and the body's hormonal system; Symptoms or manifestations of stress; Complementary therapies for stress management.


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