Effective Lifestyle Habits and Coping Strategies for Stress Tolerance Among College Students

@article{Welle2011EffectiveLH,
  title={Effective Lifestyle Habits and Coping Strategies for Stress Tolerance Among College Students},
  author={P. Welle and H. Graf},
  journal={American Journal of Health Education},
  year={2011},
  volume={42},
  pages={105 - 96}
}
  • P. Welle, H. Graf
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • American Journal of Health Education
Abstract Background: Stress among college students is a major problem, impacting their overall health. [...] Key Method Methods: College students (N=459) completed a stress inventory, which was comprised of three established surveys of stressors, symptoms and coping strategies. Stress tolerance ratios (STRs) were calculated, and subjects divided into high or low stress tolerance groups. Statistical differences were determined by chi-square estimates and odds ratio calculations (95%CI). Results: Seven lifestyle…Expand
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