Learn More About Stress
Stress that occurs in the mind affects the body and stress that occurs in the body can affect the mind. While some stress for a short period of time can help us, too much stress over time can do incalculable harm to health and wellbeing. Interested in learning more? Here are links to what some of the leading authorities in the world have to say about stress:
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by CrashCourse (2014)
Treating stress treats the cause, not just the symptom.
by Nerd Nite (2017)
How does the ANS actually work? This is perhaps the best explanation of polyvagal theory.
“Every change in the physiological state is accompanied by an appropriate change in the mental-emotional state, conscious or unconscious, and conversely, every change in the mental-emotional state, conscious or unconscious, is accompanied by an appropriate change in the physiological state. This closed Newtonian-type principle, when coupled with volition, which at present is of indeterminate origin, makes possible a psychosomatic self-regulation"(Green, 1999, p. 368).
Green, E. (1999). Beyond psychophysics. Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine Journal Archives, 10(1).