Anxiety – is characterized by a state of worry, apprehension, or tension that often occurs in the absence of real or obvious danger.
Burnout – is caused by either physical exhaustion or mental distress.
Chronotype – an individual’s propensity to sleep at a particular time.
Circadian Rhythm – an internal 24 hours clock, which is responsible for your sleep/wake cycle.
Depression – experiencing transient feelings of sadness or depressed mood.
State Anxiety – refers to an immediate psychological and physiological response to a perceived threat.
Stress – an imbalance in physiological systems that triggers physiological and behavioral responses to restore the equilibrium.
Trait Anxiety – is a personality characteristic that refers to an individual’s propensity to perceive situations as threatening.