1. Psychological and Neurobiological Resilience for Mitigating Stress and Burnout: Understanding , Coping and Intervewntion
Sean D. Waters 8 September 2020
Abstract: This paper, inspired by the new science of stress, explores and discovers psychological and neurobiological resilience and resistance to external stressors, the stress response and its impact on the Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis, neuroendocrine and immune systems, by identifying and modifying behaviours, neurobiologically know as neuroplasticity, attitude, and attitude modulation, emotions, habits, psychological and psychological stressors in modern times. The therapeutic implications are essential to pave the way for simple, confrontational, and effective interventions and treatments for individuals, professionals, and persons in the workplace. Pressing current research and questions in the field of resilience and resistance research include: (1) how do we define resilience and resistance, and the difference between them, (2) what are the most critical determinants of resilience, (3) what are the most effective ways to enhance resilience, amongst other facts.
Keywords: Resilience, stress, psychological, physiological, neurological, brain, immune system
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Technostressology, the study of technostress as a modern disease where people experience technological stress, eustress, and distress when they cannot adapt to or cope with information technologies in a healthy manner, including those persons whose interaction with technology is excessive and threatens to absorb their attention above all else, and consequently harms the well being of the user. This is referred to as the behaviour of techno-addiction, and techno-psychotherapy the term used in the treatment or method for managing and coping with techno-stress and techno-addiction in Technostressology.
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2. Technostress, Techno-addiction, Techno-psychotherapy
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3. Technological singularity incorporating Technostressology
The technological singularity is the hypothesis that the invention of artificial superintelligence (ASI) will abruptly trigger runaway technological growth, resulting in unfathomable changes in human civilization.
Founder of the Stress Less Clinic®, Sean D. Waters, has a special interest in futurism and believes that his discipline of Technosressology™️ , which encompasses therapy, techno-psychotherapy, is an advanced and relevant program that can help people with understanding superintelligence.