Analysis on Machine Learning Techniques for Stress Detection among Employees
Keywords:Stress Detection, Physiological Parameters, Machine Learning
Mental stress is a common and major issue nowadays especially among working professional, because employees have family commitments with their over workload, target, achievements, etc. Stress tends various health issues like heart attack, stroke, depression, and suicide. Mental stress is not only in employees even normal people also face this problem but the employees has so many stress management techniques to manage the stress like yoga, meditation etc., but still employees suffer from the stress. Stress calculated by the Traditional stress detection method has two types of physiological parameters one is questionnaire format and another one is physiological signals based on Heart rate variability, galvanic skin response, BP, and electrocardiography, etc., Machine learning techniques are applied to analyze and anticipate stress in employees. In this paper, we mainly focus on different machine learning techniques and physiological parameters for stress detection.
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