Science And Stress
Science has long been aware of the stress response. The stress response is one of the oldest and most studied facets of biology. The stress response evolved as a way to help us survive in dangerous or threatening situations. When we experience stress, our bodies release hormones like adrenaline and cortisol that prepare us to take action.
While the stress response can be helpful in certain situations, it can also be harmful if it's activated too often. Too much stress can lead to health problems like heart disease and obesity. It can also reduce our productivity and creativity.
There are many techniques that we can use to reduce stress. One of the most effective is relaxation. Relaxation techniques such as Mediation on Twin Hearts and MCKS Pranic Healing therapy.