The term “stress” has been very popular in recent decades. It seems to have become a disorder that has spiraled out of control, from the individual to the collective.
Because of this, we wanted to make this collection of books on stress available to you in PDF format, so that you know how it works and also how it can be addressed healthily.
Stress is the set of physiological reactions of the organism to situations that generate nervous tension, such as work problems, anxiety, and traumatic events of various kinds.
Stress, in normal doses, does not cause any kind of inconvenience. On the contrary, it helps us to face different challenges that we face daily. However, when the situation that generates nervous tension is prolonged for too long, stress can become chronic and destructive.
So that you can expand a little more on the subject we invite you to take a look at our compendium of more than 30 books on stress in PDF format.
Books on Stress
5) Stress. An NHS self help guide
Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust
17) Children and Stress: Caring Strategies to Guide Children (Article)
Virginia Cooperative Extension
Stress at work
Most of us are immersed in the world of work and this is one of the topics we hear most about in our environment.
Whether we are independent workers or we work for an organization, we can find ourselves under a stressful dynamic that can affect our health, family relationships, and even our job performance, if we do not know how to handle it.
Symptoms can range from mild moodiness to severe depression and are almost always accompanied by inevitable exhaustion and physical weakness. Learn more about work stress with the following materials in PDF format.
This type of stress occurs in extreme situations or situations that cause a great impression on the person who experiences them. In other words, they are major traumatic events, such as being the victim of an armed attack, suffering an accident, or a natural catastrophe.
The person experiences for a variable period, depending on each person, anxiety and terrifying thoughts about what he or she experienced.
Here are some materials that can help you understand a little more about post-traumatic stress.
27) Clinical Practice Guideline for the Treatment of PTSD
American Psychological Association
Here ends our selection of free Books on Stress in PDF format. We hope you liked it and already have your next book!
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