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  • Center for Anxiety and Stress Treatment

    This Web site, maintained by Shirley Babiour, a specialist in treating anxiety disorders, is a resource guide that will help you manage and regain control of your life. There is a list of recommended books and audiotapes, and online stress treatment articles. Be sure to visit the "Stress Busters" page that has tips on recognizing the warnings and techniques on how to relieve your stress.

    http://www.stressrelease.com »
  • Daybreak Counseling Service

    Articles, Web resources, a blog and suggested reading dealing with anger management education for those struggling from rage and stress.

    http://www.daybreakservices.com/ »
  • HealthFinder

    From the Federal government and the FirstGov Web portal site, health finder allows users to search for health information by topic and age group. Healthfinder serves as an index of health related resources, including Web sites, databases and publications. A keyword search for stress returns articles on stress and stress management, and a list of associated organizations.

    http://healthfinder.gov »
  • Healthwell

    Healthwell is a publisher of homeopathic magazines as well as a supplier of natural products. This site has a "Health & Healing Index" that allows you to search for a a wide range of topics. A keyword search for stress provides many articles focusing on stress-related topics, and ideas for homeopathic solutions to help manage everyday stress.

    http://www.healthwell.com »
  • Job Stress Network

    The Center for Social Epidemiology is a private, nonprofit foundation that promotes public awareness of the role of environmental and occupational stress in the effects on health. The purpose of this site is to provide a valuable tool in the search for information on job strain and how it relates to the work environment and the employee. Their Web site features information on risk, prevention, news, events, and results of their research.

    http://www.workhealth.org/index.html »
  • KidsHealth

    This Web site, dedicated to childhood stress, is a resource of the Nemours organization, a network of Pediatric physicians. This site covers topics ranging from separation anxiety to coping with illness or divorce. You will discover how to recognize the signs and how to help manage your child's stress. There also is access to more informative articles and resources from this site.

    http://kidshealth.org/parent/emotions/feelings/stress.html »
  • Mind Tools

    Mind Tools is an organization whose mission is to provide techniques and products to help people to maximize their own resources to live a productive life. Their page entitled "Skills for High Performance Living" has an extensive how-to guide on stress management that includes understanding stress, finding your best level of stress, and mental and physical techniques to reduce the stress in your life. This site also features book reviews of recommended stress related books.

    http://www.mindtools.com »
  • National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

    This Web site was developed by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). NIOSH is a federal agency that conducts research and publishes articles of recommendations of safe and healthy work environments. The NIOSH program sponsors conferences, supports the education of occupational health and helped found the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. The results of their research can be found at their Web site, which you can download in a .pdf format, viewable with Adobe Acrobat Reader.

    http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/stress/ »
  • Optimal Health Concepts

    This site contains hundreds of organized links for stress management. The links are divided into sub categories such as cognitive approaches, where you can find links to change your negative thoughts by changing your approach, visiting fun sites for "therapeutic humor" or learning how to improve your self esteem. The Relaxation Techniques links have information on biofeedback solutions, breathing techniques, yoga, and many other approaches to stress management.

    http://www.optimalhealthconcepts.com/Stress »
  • Stress Cure

    The Health Resource Network is a nonprofit health education network of more than 300 physicians, health educators, health promotion experts, and other health care professionals committed to developing new and more effective programs for improving people's health and well being. Dr. Mort Orman, a founder of the network, authors the "Stress Cure" page, where you will find information on emotions and relationships, stress and health, and tips on how to relieve stress. This site also offers an online Stresscure Shop that has books and audiotapes available for purchase.

    http://www.stresscure.com »
  • StressLess.com

    Stress Less provides stress reduction products and programs for consumers, practitioners, and businesses. Its resources are designed to help manage anxiety and stress of daily life. Browse several categories including the stress quiz, stress related news, and stress research.

    http://www.stressless.com »
  • Stressed Out

    Stressed Out is a Web site from cyberparent.com that addresses coping with everyday stress. Visit the "Twenty five different ways to cut stress in your life" page for quick and easy techniques for deep relaxation.

    http://www.cyberparent.com/stress/ »
  • Stress Tips

    The Directory of Stress Management Resources is an index of links to anything related to stress and stress management. There are several online tests that will evaluate your stress levels. You will find a strategy guide on managing all types of stress. The site is divided into subcategories to help you find the information you are looking for.

    http://www.stresstips.com »
  • The National Women's Health Information Center

    Official site for the U.S. Public Health Service's Office on Women's Health. This site offers frequently asked questions about stress and allows you access to databases of federal publications and organizations related to women's health. The FAQ page for caregiver stress is a valuable resource for those caring for a older or disabled relative or friend.

    http://www.4woman.gov/faq/stress.htm »
    http://www.4woman.gov/FAQ/caregiver.htm »
  • The Stress Doc

    Marc Gorkin, "The Stress Doc," is an experienced psychotherapist and OD consultant specializing in stress and anger management. This site offers access to relevant information resources, offering question and answer sections, articles, motivating and informative essays, and links to other related Web sites.

    http://www.stressdoc.com »
  • Whole Person Associates

    Whole Person Associates was founded in 1970, providing stress management and wellness promotion training materials. You will find audiotapes, and educational video programs of all kinds of topics including relaxation techniques, nutrition, biofeedback, meditation, and much more.

    http://www.wholeperson.com »