stress-related

stress-related

adj
1. resulting from mental or emotional strain or tension
2. (Pathology) resulting from mental or emotional strain or tension
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In 2015-16 there were an average rate of 1,800 cases of stress-related illness for every 100,000 employers in Wales - significantly higher than the UK average.
On Sunday the 30-year-old was detained under the Mental Health Act amid concerns for his welfare and the club subsequently revealed he was suffering from a stress-related illness.
Aaron Lennon is receiving care and treatment for a stress-related illness," the club said in a statement.
THE health and wellbeing of school staff has been called into question today after figures revealed almost 52,000 teaching days were lost due to stress-related illness.
Scientists are studying the genetic and cellular underpinnings of stress responses to try to understand why some stress-related disorders, including depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, are more common in women than men.
Stress-Related Disorders Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Information.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Psychogenic fever is a stress-related, psychosomatic condition that manifests itself in a high body temperature.
London: Former England batsman Jonathan Trott made one run in seven balls on his latest cricket comeback from a stress-related illness in a Twenty20 match at Edgbaston on Thursday.
London, May 18 ( ANI ): England batsman Jonathan Trott has reportedly returned to training following a repeat of his stress-related illness during the winter Ashes with county side Warwickshire although there is currently no set schedule for his return to action.
The Cleveland force has not been immune to the challenge, and it is of concern that we report today on a steep increase in the levels of depression, anxi1ety and stress-related sickness within the organisation.
MORE than 17,000 days have been taken off work as a result of stress-related illness at tax offices across Wales over the past three years, figures obtained by Plaid Cymru reveal.
Lead scientist Dr Robert Pawlak said: "Our discovery opens up new possibilities for the prevention and treatment of stress-related psychiatric disorders such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.

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