Stress Management

Products

BACH Rescue Remedy (Drops - 20 ml) 2-PackLearn More
BACH Rescue Remedy (Spray - 20 ml) 2-PackLearn More
BELL Calming Chronic Stress (735 mg - 60 Caps)Learn More
BELL Calming Chronic Stress (735 mg - 60 Caps) 2-PackLearn More

Articles

Could Reducing Your Stress Levels Help You Lose Weight?
Preliminary research may help explain how stress reduces your ability to lose weight.
Cyberbullying, Violence Linked to PTSD in Teens
Half the teens seen in a U.S. hospital emergency rooms reported being victims of violence or cyberbullying, and a quarter reported symptoms akin to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a new study says.
Stress of Caring for Sick Spouse May Raise Stroke Risk
Husbands and wives who feel the strain of caring for a sick or disabled spouse are at a higher risk of stroke than those who do not have to care for their significant other, a new study suggests.
CALM Connection: A Chocolate Every Day May Keep Stress at Bay
Willy Wonka was definitely onto something. Chocolate does make everything more fun and less stressful, and science may explain why.
Seeing the Sea Soothes Stress
A view of the ocean is good for the soul, a new study says.
Liver-Support Popsicles
Popsicles are a delicious way to stay hydrated on a hot summer day, satisfy a sweet tooth and get an extra nutritional boost! These popsicles are full of vitamin C, anti-inflammatory turmeric, and magnesium to increase energy and ease stress.
Why Breast Cancer Survivors Should Exercise
Excessive stress can lead to memory problems among breast cancer survivors, but exercise can help, according to new research.
4 in 10 Americans Think Work Affects Their Health: Poll
Many Americans think their job takes a toll on everything from their health and stress levels to their eating and sleeping habits, a new poll found.
Stressed Dads Can Affect Kids' Development
When dads are stressed out about parenting, it may take a toll on their toddlers' development, a new study suggests.
Coping With College Stress
Stress and anxiety are common among new college students, but there are ways to cope, a doctor says.