Teen Health Series: Stress Information for Teens

Editor: Maharaja, Siva Ganesh
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1589-6
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 8
Book Status: Available
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Stress Information For Teens, Third Edition helps readers understand what stress is, recognize the different types of stressors, and realize how stress affects the adolescent mind, body, and behavior. Common causes of teen stress are discussed, and diseases and disorders having possible stress components (including asthma, back pain, chronic fatigue, peptic ulcers, eczema, hair loss, and eating disorders) are explained.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part One: Understanding Stress
  • Chapter 1— What Is Stress?
  • Chapter 2— Short- And Long-Term Stress
  • Chapter 3— Adolescents And Stress
  • Chapter 4— Personality And Stress
  • Part Two: Common Causes Of Stress In Teens
  • Chapter 5— What Causes Stress In Kids
  • Chapter 6— Current Events And Stress: News You Can Use
  • Chapter 7— Stress From Every Day Life
  • Chapter 8— Test Anxiety
  • Chapter 9— Peer Pressure
  • Chapter 10— Relationships: Friends And Dating
  • Chapter 11— Social Anxiety Disorder: More Than Just Shyness
  • Chapter 12— Bullying And Cyberbullying
  • Chapter 13— Sports Pressure And Competition
  • Chapter 14— Financial Concerns And Stress
  • Chapter 15— Violence
  • Chapter 16— When Your Parent Has A Substance Abuse Problem
  • Chapter 17— Dealing With Divorce
  • Chapter 18— Family Relationships And Stress
  • Chapter 19— Moving
  • Part Three: Effects Of Stress On The Body, Mind, And Behavior
  • Chapter 20— The Stress Response And How It Can Affect You
  • Chapter 21— Effects Of Childhood Stress On Health Across The Lifespan
  • Chapter 22— Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
  • Chapter 23— Stress And Your Immune System
  • Chapter 24— Stress And Cancer
  • Chapter 25— Stress And Your Developing Brain
  • Chapter 26— Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 27— Body Dysmorphic Disorder
  • Chapter 28— Self-Injury
  • Chapter 29— Loss And Grief
  • Chapter 30— Dealing With Depression
  • Chapter 31— Suicide
  • Part Four: Diseases And Disorders With A Possible Stress Component
  • Chapter 32— Asthma
  • Chapter 33— Back Pain And Emotional Distress
  • Chapter 34— Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Chapter 35— Fibromyalgia
  • Chapter 36— Multiple Sclerosis
  • Chapter 37— Lupus
  • Chapter 38— Peptic Ulcers
  • Chapter 39— Acid Reflux (GER And GERD)
  • Chapter 40— Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Chapter 41— Ulcerative Colitis
  • Chapter 42— Eczema
  • Chapter 43— Hair Loss
  • Part Five: Stress Management
  • Chapter 44— Importance Of Managing Stress
  • Chapter 45— Coping With Stress
  • Chapter 46— Talk To Your Parents Or Other Adults
  • Chapter 47— Going To A Therapist
  • Chapter 48— Handle Your Anger
  • Chapter 49— Body Image And Self-Esteem
  • Chapter 50— Exercise Is Wise
  • Chapter 51— Yoga
  • Chapter 52— Tai Chi
  • Chapter 53— Use Your Senses To Relieve Stress
  • Chapter 54— Meditation
  • Chapter 55— Relaxation Techniques
  • Chapter 56— Massage Therapy
  • Chapter 57— Spirituality
  • Chapter 58— Laughter
  • Chapter 59— Interacting With Pets
  • Chapter 60— Art Therapies
  • Chapter 61— Health Benefits Of Journaling
  • Part Six: If You Need More Information
  • Chapter 62— Directory Of Stress And Stress Management Resources
  • Chapter 63— Additional Resources About Stress And Stress Management