Survey of 1,000 workers reveals that seven in 10 said stress was a problem
Next time you take a shower you might want to think twice about which way you twist the tap
'It is not OK to discuss these things. It is regarded as the employee’s problem and their problem alone'
'At the end of my first year, I was hit by anxiety and depression so hard that I quite simply did not know what was happening. It was like waking up to find yourself alone in the middle of the ocean'
You don't have to add three leisurely hours to your morning routine to be happy or productive
Professor Ian Robertson says our approach to stress is likely to determine its effect
With students taking to social media platforms to share their despair, teachers and the government should be investigating how to tackle this post examination pressure and provide support for students
Study warns 3 million people regularly argue or consider divorce - and 1.4 million families are 'at breaking point'
If your life is a chronic state of stress and exhaustion thanks to work, you're probably suffering from job burnout
Trudi Edington, Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Westminster, explores the scientific reason why a last minute holiday left her feeling recharged
Researchers studied a breed of apes known for human-like behaviour
One in five Londoners cannot stay away from Facebook for more than two hours
Old age doesn't have to make way for physical and mental decline
Money, self-pressure and lack of sleep are the top three major causes of stress internationally
Channelling stress into work can, surprisingly, have good results
Many of us feel under pressure to go to work regardless of whether we feel up to the job - but 'presenteeism' benefits no-one