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stressed

mod. upset; annoyed. Come on, man, don’t get stressed! It’s only a gag.
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48.6% first year and 57.4% final year students were moderately stressed over drive and desire related stressor.
Research looking at how often people across the UK Tweeted about stress, frustration and anxiety revealed that compared to its neighbouring towns and cities, Coventry is less stressed in comparison.
However you feel stressed, the effects of stress can be debilitating if not taken seriously.
First part contained demographic data and questions like whether are you stressed (self-reported stress) and the causes of stress and the second part contains 10 questions about perceived stress by modified perceived stress scale (PSS) by Cohen.
Stressed workers cannot be ignored by any organization especially in educational institutions.
It was seen that workers who had contractual job were slightly more stressed as compared to workers who had permanent job (Table 2).
This can lead to everyone feeling overwhelmed and stressed.
Summary: 60 per cent of the UAE workforce claims to be stressed; reverse the process by understanding it
Regarding production Roach believes that the greater muscular energy implied for stressed syllables as opposed to unstressed syllables in a word.
Furthermore there is need to educate pilots about the effects of stress and hazards if stress is concealed, by giving confidence to the pilots that it is alright to be stressed but not if concealed.
How often do you hear people say they are "stressed out?" How often do you hear the word "stress" being associated with what you do, either in the military environment, or the aviation industry, or both?
The focus of this book is Stress Out, not Stressed Out.
You'll "examine sources of stress in your life, learn about stress and health, discover relievers and stress management techniques, and slowly transform your life from a source of stress to a source of bliss." Other courses include "Four Weeks to Healthy Habits and Less Stress," "Stress and Women's Health," and "Healthy Eating When Stressed."
The survey showed that children are much more stressed than parents realize.
4 : to give special importance to : emphasize <He stressed the need to save energy.>