How Stress Changes the Brain

stress May 02, 2019

Increased stress isn't just an inconvenience - it can change the way your brain and body work. Higher cortisol and adrenaline levels leave you at risk of digestive problems, heart attacks, and stroke. Don't let stress control your body - tackle the problem head-on with a commitment to interrupting the stress cycle.

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Working from home sounds like fun until you have to do it without the opportunity to socialize and connect with others OUTSIDE of your home. Going out for coffee is a luxury now and hard to come by. Just yesterday my partner and I went out for a walk just so we could see other human beings. Don’t worry- we did our physical distancing from those we saw on the trails. In fact, some people took it so seriously they were afraid to make eye contact! 

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