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An updated version of this page is at http://www.interscience.wiley.com/jpages/1532-3005/aims.html Stress is a normal component of life and a number of mechanisms exist to cope with its effects. The stresses that challenge our existence in modern society may result in failure of these coping mechanisms with resultant stress-induced illness. The aim of the journal therefore is to provide a forum for discussion of all aspects of stress which affect the individual in both health and disease. The Journal explores the subject from as many aspects as possible so that when stress becomes a consideration health information can be presented as to the best ways by which to minimise its effects. COVERAGE INCLUDES: Psychosocial stress Stress in society stress and children adolescents women the elderly retirement poverty overcrowding Occupational stress Sources manifestations prevention treatment Stress and the immune system Cancer AIDS infectious disorders psychoneuroimmunology Stress assessment techniques Measurements for state and trait anger depression hostility life change events hassles Stress and cardiovascular disease Hypertension coronary heart disease sudden death Post traumatic stress disorders Manifestations prevention treatment Stress management Meditation autogenic training cognitive restructuring behavioural modification pharmacology Stress and subtle energies Aromatherapy music auditory and photic stimuli electromagnetic energy cranioelectrical stimulation Stress and neurotransmitters Endorphins serotonin norepinephrine melatonin dopamine Stress and ageing Role of antioxidants Stress and emotional disorders Anxiety depression obsessive compulsive behaviour eating disorders substance abuse Stress and sports Stress and the quality of life
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