Wednesday, April 27, 2011

The Science of Stress Physiology Emotions Fight Flight

effects of stress on the human body


Physiological - we increase our blood pressure and adrenalin to fight or flight, and then an Immunological response in case the system is damaged in some way.

The amygdala is a key emotional centre in the brain, and what they discovered was that it was the amygdala that initiates the response, not the cortex.

psychological impact of chronic stress and how it often leads to behaviors that make other risk factors worse. He also discusses the importance of getting to the source of the problem and treating the root cause.



the effects of stress on the human body






effects of stress on human body




the effects of stress on the human body




By: Traci Morin Ordained Min­is­ter, Writer, Pub­lic Speaker
Touch of God Ministries

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