stress level

stress level

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the severity of manifested physical or mental tension resulting from factors that alter an existing equilibrium. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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A study analyzed the effect of scent on a woman's stress level and found the scent of their male partner had a calming effect.
The basis of the method is to find the minimum lower stress level that achieves a target Pr(ZFPl) value.
Furthermore, longer periods of handling (up to 4 minutes) did not affect stress level or recovery rate.
1 on a 10-point scale versus an average stress level of 5.
Of adults with MOH, 58% scored in the top fifth of the total study population in terms of stress level.
After Emvio measures heart rate variability (HRV is not just pulse but the time between pulses), the watch uses its patented algorithm to convert these HRV measurements to calculate stress level on a scale from 0 to 10.
1] salt stress level, but it was significantly reduced at 18 dS.
report that mothers of newly diagnosed patients are able to decrease their stress level sooner and sustain that level longer with an intervention known as Problem-Solving Skills Training (PSST), also called the Bright Ideas program.
Although the level of female and private sector university faculty is high, the study found that no significant difference between stress level of male and female faculty.
Stress could be the "missing factor" in the broader client relationship, to the point that clients may engage an advisor during a period of high stress or find that their stress level increases due to pressures like financial news reports or worrying about their financial situation.
If we had to pick the one influence that accounts for the most variant in a child's stress level, it is their participation in activities, specifically sports," Wong said.
The maximum stress level was chosen at 250 kPa, which is in the densification region of the foams, as will be better discussed later.