- n. Plural form of stressor.
“Identifying your stressors is the first step in managing them.”
“This means the left-brain stressors are low and the right-brain’s meanderings may be better heard.”
“More to the point is that people with the condition simply need to avoid known trigger substances and oxidative stressors, which is actually good advice for anyone concerned about food additives and the overuse of pharmaceuticals.”
“Among the stressors are a lack of new rental construction and the conversion of many rental buildings into condominiums.”
“The new rule would also allow compensation for service members who had good reason to fear traumatic events, known as stressors, even if they did not actually experience them.”
“The triggers which are also called stressors, include the following:”
“Whether you're looking for your first professional job, you want to take a step forward on your career path, or you're trying to get back into the game after a layoff, most of the stressors are the same:”
“As a non-trad student, married, with full-time job responsibilities I kinda understand some of your 'stressors'.”
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“He believes that there are "stressors" such as rising water temperatures and chemical runoff that are making lobsters more susceptible to common bacteria.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘stressors’.
verbs Adj Adv noun
Well, it's not all bad. But too much is.
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