Stress is real.
We all experience stress in everyday life and it can't be avoided.
You start to sweat, your pupils dilate, and your heart beats fast in your chest and races to pump oxygen through the body so muscles respond ...Read More
The stress response begins in the brain (credit: Harvard source). When someone confronts an oncoming car or other danger, the eyes or ears (or ...Read More
When stress upsets the balance over time, the body transitions from the "resistance stage" - during which the organism makes efforts to cope with ...Read More
Recent researches have showed that certain kind of herbs with adaptogenic properties help us to modulate the release of cortisol building up ...Read More
Stress is real. It is something everybody experience, and we have to understand how it acts and how the body responds to it. This animated video ...Read More
This video describes in an easy and effective way the major components and processes of the acute and chronic responses to stress.Read More