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*m. Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley found that those who suffer from chronic stress experience long-term changes in their brain that makes them susceptible to mood disorders and high anxiety. It may be possible that prolonged stress may develop a stronger connection between the hippocampus and the area of the brain responsible for a person's fight or flight response, while weakening the hippocampus' connection with the prefrontal cortex, which moderates those…

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15 Ways to Manage Stress According to Scientists #Infographic

15 Ways to Manage Stress According to Scientists #Infographic #Stress

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from A Life Well Red

Chronic Stress Changes The Brain Over Time ~ 5 Calming Steps To Lower Cortisol Levels

There have been so many times in my life where stress has gotten the better of me. Because of chronic illness like Fibromyalgia, CFS/ME, and all that goes with it, my stress levels can go off the charts! These 5 steps help me gain a measure of control over the anxiety I often experience. *Pin Now Read Later!♥

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Like if your not in the pain you wouldn't understand at all. I am and it's so annoying

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17 Reasons To Avoid Stress #infographic

17 Reasons To Avoid Stress #Stress #Health #infographic

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Tuesday Tip #15 - Stress Relief // JennMann…

Tuesday Tip #15 - Stress Relief // JennMann…

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This is how anxiety is affecting your health. It's so important to reduce the stress in our lives.

This is how anxiety is affecting your health. It's so important to reduce the stress in our lives.

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This is how anxiety is affecting your health. It's so important to reduce the stress in our lives.

This is how anxiety is affecting your health. It's so important to reduce the stress in our lives.

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from Health Blog

How Stress Can Increase Risk Of Being Depressed

Researchers present clues about how stress has an effect on the brain and could assist in explaining why some people are susceptible to depression whenever they encounter chronic stress. The study rev

Stress isn’t always a bad thing; it can be handy for a burst of extra energy and focus, like when you’re playing a competitive sport or have to speak in public. But when it’s continuous, it actually begins to change your brain. Madhumita Murgia shows how chronic stress can affect brain size, its structure, and how it functions, right down to the level of your genes.

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