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Stress-related disorders sourcebook : basic consumer health information about stress and stress-related disorders, including signs, symptoms, types, and sources of acute and chronic stress, the impact of stress on the body, and mental health problems associated with stress, such as depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, substance abuse, posttraumatic stress disorder, and suicide ; along with advice about getting help for stress-related disorders, managing stress and coping with trauma, a glossary of stress-related terms, and a directory of resources for additional help and information / edited by Amy L. Sutton.

Contributor(s): Sutton, Amy L
Series: Health reference series (Unnumbered): Publisher: Detroit, MI : Omnigraphics, Inc., c2011Edition: 3rd edDescription: xvi, 621 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780780811485 (hardcover : alk. paper)Other title: Stress-related disorders sourcebook [Spine title]Subject(s): Stress management -- Popular works | Stress (Physiology) -- Popular works | Stress (Psychology) -- Popular worksDDC classification: 616.98 LOC classification: RA785 | .S78 2011
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 What Is Stress? -- ch. 2 Characteristics of Stress -- Section 2.1 Signs and Symptoms of Stress -- Section 2.2 Types of Stress -- ch. 3 Stressful Life Events -- ch. 4 Factors That Influence Response to Stress -- Section 4.1 Personality and Stress -- Section 4.2 Men and Women Cope with Stress Differently -- Section 4.3 Resistance Mechanisms in Brain May Prevent Stress-Related Illness -- Section 4.4 Chronic Stress and Loneliness Affect Health -- Section 4.5 Media Coverage Linked to Stress -- ch. 5 Childhood Stress -- ch. 6 Stress and Aging -- ch. 7 Stress in the United States -- ch. 8 Alzheimer Disease -- Section 8.1 What Is Alzheimer Disease? -- Section 8.2 Alzheimer Disease and Stress -- ch. 9 Asthma -- Section 9.1 What Is Asthma? -- Section 9.2 Stress Increases Risk of Asthma Exacerbations -- ch. 10 Cancer and Stress -- ch. 11 Diabetes and Stress -- ch. 12 Erectile Dysfunction -- ch. 13 Gastrointestinal Problems --

Contents note continued: Section 13.1 Irritable Bowel Syndrome -- Section 13.2 Peptic Ulcers -- Section 13.3 Stress Gastritis -- ch. 14 Headache and Its Link to Stress -- ch. 15 Heart and Cardiovascular Problems -- Section 15.1 Stress and Heart Disease -- Section 15.2 Stress and Blood Pressure -- Section 15.3 Stress and Cholesterol Levels -- Section 15.4 Stress and Stroke -- ch. 16 Infertility and Stress -- ch. 17 Multiple Sclerosis and Stress -- Section 17.1 Does Multiple Sclerosis Worsen Stress? -- Section 17.2 Taming Stress in Multiple Sclerosis -- ch. 18 Obesity, Cortisol, and Stress -- ch. 19 Pain -- Section 19.1 Chronic Pain and Stress-Related Disorders -- Section 19.2 Back Pain and Stress -- ch. 20 Pregnancy and Stress -- ch. 21 Skin Problems -- Section 21.1 What Is Psoriasis? -- Section 21.2 The Psoriasis-Stress Link -- Section 21.3 Is Acne Linked to Stress? -- ch. 22 Sleep -- Section 22.1 Stress, Behavior, and Sleep -- Section 22.2 Insomnia --

Contents note continued: ch. 23 Teeth Grinding (Bruxism) -- ch. 24 Depression -- Section 24.1 What Is Depression? -- Section 24.2 Depressed Patients Experience Inflammation under Stress -- Section 24.3 Stress Indicators Detected in Depression-Prone Women's Sweat -- ch. 25 Anxiety Disorders -- ch. 26 Bipolar Disorder -- ch. 27 Disordered Eating and Stress -- Section 27.1 Emotional Eating -- Section 27.2 Eating Disorders Linked to Feelings of Extreme Distress -- Section 27.3 Binge Eating Disorder -- Section 27.4 Nocturnal Sleep-Related Eating Disorder -- ch. 28 Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder -- ch. 29 Substance Abuse, Addiction, and Stress -- Section 29.1 Stress and Substance Abuse -- Section 29.2 Tobacco and Stress -- Section 29.3 Alcohol and Stress -- Section 29.4 Drugs, Stress, and Trauma -- ch. 30 Bereavement, Mourning, and Grief -- ch. 31 Common Reactions after Trauma -- ch. 32 Types of Stress-Related Disorders That Develop after Trauma -- Section 32.1 Dissociative Disorders --

Contents note continued: Section 32.2 Acute Stress Disorder -- Section 32.3 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) -- ch. 33 Relationships and Traumatic Stress -- ch. 34 Traumatic Stress in Children and Teens -- ch. 35 Returning from the War Zone: PTSD in Military Personnel -- ch. 36 Recent Research on PTSD -- ch. 37 Signs You or a Family Member Need Help for Stress -- ch. 38 Finding and Choosing a Therapist -- ch. 39 Psychotherapies for Stress-Related Disorders -- ch. 40 Medications for Stress-Related Disorders -- ch. 41 Complementary and Alternative Medicine Therapies -- Section 41.1 Overview of Stress Management Strategies -- Section 41.2 Acupuncture -- Section 41.3 Herbal Supplements May Improve Stress Symptoms -- Section 41.4 Massage Therapy -- Section 41.5 Meditation -- Section 41.6 Spirituality May Alleviate Distress -- Section 41.7 Yoga -- ch. 42 Treating Depression -- ch. 43 Treating Anxiety Disorders -- ch. 44 Treating Bipolar Disorder --

Contents note continued: ch. 45 Coping with Traumatic Stress Reactions -- ch. 46 PTSD Treatment -- ch. 47 Helping a Family Member with PTSD -- ch. 48 Preventing Suicide -- ch. 49 The Basics of Preventing and Managing Stress -- ch. 50 Developing Resilience: The Most Important Defense against Stress -- ch. 51 How to Say No: Asserting Yourself Can Reduce Stress -- ch. 52 Healthy Habits to Combat Stress -- Section 52.1 Your Guide to Healthy Sleep ... -- Section 52.2 Exercise Can Help Control Stress -- Section 52.3 Nutrition and Stress -- Section 52.4 Stress Levels Rise in Response to Caffeine -- ch. 53 Stressful Situations: Tips for Coping -- Section 53.1 Aggressive Driving -- Section 53.2 Caregiver Stress -- Section 53.3 Economic Hardship -- Section 53.4 Holiday Stress -- Section 53.5 Work Stress -- ch. 54 Other Stress Management Strategies -- Section 54.1 Humor as Stress Relief -- Section 54.2 Pet Ownership Reduces Stress --

Contents note continued: Section 54.3 Social Support: Who Can Give It and How to Get It -- ch. 55 Stress Management for Children, Teens, and Families -- Section 55.1 Stress Management Tips for Children and Teens -- Section 55.2 Helping Kids Cope in Times of Crisis -- Section 55.3 Nature Helps Kids Deal with Stress -- Section 55.4 Combating Parental Stress -- ch. 56 Managing Stress in Later Life -- ch. 57 Glossary of Terms Related to Stress and Stress-Related Disorders -- ch. 58 Directory of Organizations for People with Stress-Related Disorders.

"Provides basic consumer health information about the physical and mental health effects of stress and trauma, related therapies and stress management techniques, and coping tips for adults and children. Includes index, glossary of related terms, and other resources"--

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