Mainly popular for its purported emotional benefits, aromatherapy could also aid in lowering high blood pressure and an elevated heart rate. We look into the findings of this new study.
The more people you connect with on Facebook, the more stressed you’re likely to become. A new report suggests that social networking may not be as harmless as most of us think.
Work-related stress can cause a wide variety of physical and emotional problems. A new survey finds doctors increasingly worried about the link between workplace stress and migraines.
Karaoke yoga is last week’s news. Floating yoga – also known as Flo-Yo, YogAqua, Paddleboat or Paddleboard Yoga – is the next big thing for fighting stress.
It’s the season for dreaded winter colds and flu that knock many of us for six. But instead of stocking up on vitamin C, doctors are now suggesting trying meditation to ward off such illness.
A new study delves into the fascinating subject of how our bodies react to watching movies. While “Pulp Fiction” upped viewers’ stress levels, “Prometheus” had the opposite effect.
A new study finds a link between depression in teenage children and the incidence of high stress levels in their mothers.
Losing a smartphone would cause the average person more stress than losing a wallet or luggage, according to a new study.
Practising meditation twice a day could help to cut the risk of heart attack or stroke by almost half, according to a new study.
Women who suffer stress and mental health problems in pregnancy are more likely to have a child that is bullied in later life, finds a new study.