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Amid Covid, sense of normalcy bounces back fast: Study

Amid Covid, sense of normalcy bounces back fast: Study

Previous research has suggested that recovery processes start only after stressors abate and can take months or even years to unfold.

State-run banks to require more capital as a safeguard against stress: Report

State-run banks to require more capital as a safeguard against stress: Report

India's state-owned banks' plans to raise capital from private sources will not be sufficient to mitigate the anticipated risks unless su...Read More

Early life stress may lead to depression in adolescence

Early life stress may lead to depression in adolescence

Given that earlier onset of depression often mean a more recurrent course across the lifespan. The researchers found that exposure to ear...Read More

Corporate stress to level 18.2 pc of outstanding debt over FY21-22: Ind-Ra

Corporate stress to level 18.2 pc of outstanding debt over FY21-22: Ind-Ra

This is over and above the Rs 2.54 lakh crore anticipated prior to the onset of the pandemic, taking the cumulative quantum to Rs 4.21 la...Read More

BMC to reduce COVID stress

BMC to reduce COVID stress

The corporation has tied up with the Empower --Aditya Birla Education trust, which will provide assistance to the civic employees who are...Read More

The thought of going back to the office is making Indians anxious

The thought of going back to the office is making Indians anxious

Around 93% of Indian employees are stressed about returning to their workplace after lockdown. 85% expect their workspaces to be sanitise...Read More

Middle-age people might be experiencing more stress compared to life in the 90s, says a study

Middle-age people might be experiencing more stress compared to life in the 90s, says a study

A team of researchers led by Penn State found that across all ages, there was a slight increase in daily stress in the 2010s compared to ...Read More

Mumbai: SSC exam begins; Stay away from stress, say teachers

Mumbai: SSC exam begins; Stay away from stress, say teachers

Mumbai: Over 17.65 lakh students will appear for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Class 10 board examinations in Maharashtra starti...Read More

Worst part of being insecure about job

Worst part of being insecure about job

Not just productivity, job insecurity may affect one's personality negatively, coping up with stress and emotional stability tends to red...Read More

Guiding Light: Take care of your emotions

Guiding Light: Take care of your emotions

Grand Master Akshar, Spiritual Guide & YogapreneurHas there been one or maybe more occasions when you returned from work, and were si...Read More

Learn to take a chill pill!

Learn to take a chill pill!

Missouri: Researchers after a new study have found out that stress can impact aspects of the thinking process of humans including problem...Read More

Teachers’ mental well-being at stake: Study

Teachers’ mental well-being at stake: Study

New York: Teachers and parents, please take a note. Researchers have found that 94 per cent of middle school teachers experience high lev...Read More

Stress in pregnant mothers can affect babies’ hearts

Stress in pregnant mothers can affect babies’ hearts

Washington: According to recent research, knowing that your unborn fetus has congenital heart disease can cause pronounced maternal stres...Read More

Don't always blame stress for depression

Don't always blame stress for depression

Washington: Researchers have found that changes in the regulation of neurotransmission could explain depression immunity. They have tried...Read More

Healthy habits may help tackle stress

Healthy habits may help tackle stress

Wellington: Without having to consume alcohol or sugar, the brain can be trained to tackle stress by inculcating healthy habits, opined n...Read More

Spirituality for Millennials: How it can help you deal with stress at the workplace

Spirituality for Millennials: How it can help you deal with stress at the workplace

Spirituality at work place essentially means working in the right spirit. For many, workplace is like a war zone where one is fighting ma...Read More

You blurt things out due to the stress

You blurt things out due to the stress

New Delhi: Stress makes us more likely to blurt things out, research finds, even things we are usually careful to conceal. Arousal — the ...Read More

Is your adolescent hitting the bottle?

Is your adolescent hitting the bottle?

Dr Paras, life-leadership coach and Founder of Matrrix, shares how binge drinking and alcoholism in teenagers can be combated

Like footballers, Esports gamers too suffer stress

Like footballers, Esports gamers too suffer stress

According to a study, online players face pressure and tension during tournaments, similar to football players or any other professional ...Read More

The good part of being a narcissist

The good part of being a narcissist

According to a study, narcissism can make people less vulnerable to stress and depression

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