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Journal of Depression and Anxiety

Journal of Depression and Anxiety
Open Access

ISSN: 2167-1044

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Stress and anxiety in disabled persons

4th International Conference on Depression, Anxiety and Stress Management

May 10-11, 2018 | Frankfurt, Germany

Mahta Mohammadi

Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Depress Anxiety

Abstract :

Statement of the Problem: Stress is the body��?s natural, physiological responses to any situation that is difficult or uncomfortable. It can affect us mentally and physically. We generally consider stress to be negative and this is because stress has detrimental effects on our lives, however we also experience positive stress and our body triggers the same physical responses. According to a study by the American Psychological Association roughly seven in ten Americans regularly deal with significant stress and its physical effects. Researches have reported that: stress often leads to tension, headaches which are caused when muscles in the upper back and neck tense up. Consistently dealing with stress can lead one to feel angry, depressed, and even hopeless. Additionally, stress can have detrimental effect on metabolism. Purpose: The purpose of this study is finding some new ways to protect human beings from those destructive effects of stress that can lead to lowered levels of health in community. Researches talk about the power of music to reduce stress. Music has a unique link to our emotions so can be an extremely effective stress management tool. Methodology & Theatrical Orientation: This study is about a new way of decreasing stress and was utilized to test a new way of relieving stress named juggling. In which different participants tested to get information about the effect of juggling. Findings: In the present study, I found that anxiety levels in the juggling group were reduced more significantly than those in the no juggling group. This finding suggested that juggling therapy may reduce anxiety through a visual motion information processing network. Conclusion & Significance: In conclusion I demonstrated the anxiolytic effect of juggling therapy in patients with anxiety disorders. Juggling therapy could be performed easily in combination with other forms of therapy for patients with increased anxiety levels.