control, stress

control, stress,

n a method used to diminish or remove the stress load generated by occlusal contact, whether the contact is functional in origin or the result of a habit cycle.
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Washington, Apr 2 ( ANI ): Despite running regularly being linked to a host of health benefits, including weight control, stress reduction, better blood pressure and cholesterol, a new study suggests that running may not be all that beneficial.
When left to spiral out of control, stress can lead to a number of health complaints, such as muscle tension, sleeping disorders, nervous anxiety and mild depression, so it's important you keep it in check.
The study randomized 23 patients (18 women and 5 men) to cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia and 28 patients (27 women, 1 man) to a control group that received an intervention focused on attention control, stress management, and wellness.
Sessions cover a wide range of health issues including healthy eating, weight control, stress management,alcohol and tobacco addiction and sexual health.
Let me point out that the American Medical Association approved hypnosis in 1958 as a safe and effective treatment modality for smoking cessation, weight control, stress, irritable bowel syndrome, Fibromyalgia and other complementary medical uses.
These robots can meet the needs of many types of Navy operations such as clandestine reconnaissance and surveillance, mine detection, fire control, stress detection, reactor inspections and search and rescue.
Hyperventilation should be identified and approached through breathing control, stress management, and education.
When a person feels a lack of control, stress levels increase.