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1 Stressors can also be negative events, like dealing with an irate boss, getting stuck in traffic, or undergoing surgery.
2 Some of these testimonies have to do with stressors that employers are inflicting on people.
3 Stressors of all kinds can elevate blood pressure and induce sudden constriction of the coronary arteries.
4 Psychological stressors are known to be important contributory factors in relation to accidents.
5 Indeed, stressors do cause physiological reactions.
6 You can manage the stressors, and you can find the opportunities in the problems.
7 The stressors could include the same sorts of triggers suspected in the immune disease theory, ranging from viruses to personal catastrophes.
8 When a bacterial population is placed under a stressor—such as an antibacterial chemical—a small subpopulation armed with special defense mechanisms can develop.
9 And whether you're dealing with a daily stressor, chronic stress, or a major life challenge like illness or divorce, stress can take a significant toll on you both physically and emotionally.
10 Your body responds to stressors differently depending on whether the stressor is new — acute stress — or whether the stressor has been around for a longer time — chronic stress.
11 In addition, your response to the stressor also depends on your physiological state.
12 The other major stressor leading to suicide or mental breakdown in solitary confinement is the near total lack of contact with loved ones and caring others.
13 When they experienced the same stressor together with one or two other monkeys, the stress reaction went significantly down.
14 For a rat, there's no bigger stressor than an encounter with a lean and hungry cat.
15 After the stressor disappears, the body returns to its normal state (homeostasis).
16 The best way to alleviate stress is to remove the stressor.
17 The real danger of worries is when they become chronic stressors that surface and resurface.
18 The latter two are particularly relevant to the idea of identifying and dealing with major stressors.
19 Your endocrine system also keeps you in balance and maintains your readiness to respond to internal and external stressors.
20 Toxic Work will help you pinpoint the workplace predicaments and stressors that are particularly harmful to you.
21 Events and situations that you perceive as threats or challenges are called stressors.
22 Epigenetic changes represent a biological response to an environmental stressor.
23 The challenge now, they said,(www.Sentencedict.com) is to test the hypothesis that "dieting is ineffective because it is a stressor.
24 These factors set the stage for an acute physical or emotional stressor trigger the dissection itself.
25 Instead, "What we need is a toolbox that's full of techniques that we can fit and choose for the stressor in the present moment, " he said.
26 Being present becomes, then, a way to handle any problem, any distraction, any stressor.
27 The APA found that 75 percent of Americans consider money their biggest stressor regardless of whether they had too much money, or too little.
28 Next the computer outputs a stimulus, called a virtual stressor , and then measures the body's response.
29 For example, being stuck in traffic on your way to work is a stressor. But traffic on a leisurely Sunday isn't a big deal.
30 Take the idea of a new relationship, he said. This can be a potential stressor if other relationships didn't go well.
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