For a long time a high stress level was associated wit negative health outcomes.
In recent years, however, emerging evidence suggests, that it is not only stress itself that causes health problems but also our attitude towards stress.
Thus in new experiments (e.g. Beltzer, Nock, Peters and Jamieson, 2014) scientists tested, how to restructure our dysfunctional thought patterns.
The results are promising …
Fear – Stress – Psychology – Rethinking – Reframing – Cognitive Therapy – CBT – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – social phobia – Trier Stress Test
Author: Eskil Burck (Degreed Psychologist)