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Czy doświadczanie stresu może służyć zdrowiu?

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May stress experience promote health?
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The article, which refers to positive psychology approach, attempts to answer the question whether experiencing stress may promote individual’s health. The definitions of eustress, including its temporary understanding, indicators of eustress and studies indicating for positive impact of experienced stress on health are presented. The role of positive emotions was taken into account. Moreover posttraumatic growth phenomenon and coping strategies promote health were regarded.
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  • Instytut Psychologii Uniwersytet Łódzki
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