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Stress Reduced by Screaming

Scream to relieve stress
CAMERON SIMPSON

STRESS is the common cold of the psyche. But, while a good old-fashioned sneeze may make you feel better if you have a cold, screaming in public can relieve stress.
According to research published yesterday, work-related stress can be cut by up to one-quarter by letting out a loud scream.
A study of 1000 people showed that stress levels have increased this month, partly because of the heatwave and travel delays.
Half of those questioned said travelling to work was a major cause of stress.
However, the report, by Thorpe Park, the Surrey theme park, claimed a "good old-fashioned scream" could cut stress levels by up to one-quarter.
Welsh people were most likely to laugh to relieve stress, while Scots were the most inhibited about screaming in public.
Stress, which is linked to an increase in depression, heart disease, stroke and infertility, is estimated to cost the economy £3.8bn a year, according to another study. It also causes 12.8 million sick days annually.
Yet British companies are not taking stress seriously. A survey by healthcare benefits provider HSA found 69% of employers had no measures in place to react to stress.

Source The Herald