Daily Stress or Chronic Stress? Stress comes in several flavors. The kind you feel before a presentation or exam is called acute stress. Your heart might race, you get a little fidgety, your palms become sweaty, and you have “butterflies in your stomach.” While perhaps unpleasant, a little of this stress can actually make you
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Many People are Depressed If you struggle with depression, you’re not alone. About 16.2 million adults in America (that about 6.7 percent of all adults) experienced a major depressive episode during the past year. More women than men struggle with depression, but this condition doesn’t discriminate: It can impact anyone at any time. Depression deserves
Essential Vitamins and Minerals Even the healthiest diet might not provide optimal amounts of essential vitamins and minerals. “Ninety-two percent of Americans are deficient in one or more essential vitamins and minerals, 80 percent are deficient in vitamin D, and over 99 percent are deficient in the essential omega-3 fatty acids,” says Mark Hyman, MD,
Your Adrenals Support Your Energy, Immunity, Blood Pressure, and Stress Management! For such little glands, they sure do a lot of work: Your adrenals are two small but mighty glands that sit atop your kidneys, Though tiny — about 1.5 inches in height and three inches in length — your adrenal glands play many roles
Chronic Stress and Your Adrenals Once upon a time, a saber-tooth tiger might have wanted you for lunch. While that’s unlikely to happen today, other stressful episodes–like someone swerving into your lane on the freeway–can quickly put your body into fight-or-flight mode, gearing up for a possible attack. Your body responds identically whether you experience