Does stress affect your memory? – Elizabeth Cox
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Does stress affect your memory? – Elizabeth Cox

You spend weeks studying for an important test. On the big day, you wait nervously as your teacher hands it out. You’re working your way through, when you’re asked to define ‘ataraxia.’ You know you’ve seen it before, but your mind goes blank. What just happened? The answer lies in the complex relationship between stress […]

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Depression and Chronic Pain | Kati Morton
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Depression and Chronic Pain | Kati Morton

Hey everybody! Today’s video is about chronic pain and depression *intro music* Now before I even get into the video, I want you to know that there are two ways that this can work. Number one being that depression itself can lead to chronic pain. You know we talked before about psychosomatic symptoms, where something […]

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How Job Stress Affects Your Health | WSJ
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How Job Stress Affects Your Health | WSJ

– Nowadays, more and more workers report feeling stressed. I can relate. Like most people, I get nervous when I’m being put on the spot at a meeting or need to respond to my editor’s criticism. I’m about to go into a meeting that I’m stressed about. I have two deadlines to meet. To learn […]

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Can Stress Actually Kill You?
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Can Stress Actually Kill You?

In a busy world, with unending work and responsibilities piling up, stress can get to the best of us. But how bad is it for you really? Can stress actually kill you? From a biological perspective, stress makes perfect sense. If you’re about to get chomped on by a bear, your stress hormones better kick […]

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Teens and Stress – Science Nation
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Teens and Stress – Science Nation

MILES O’BRIEN: Dealing with teens can be rough; they’re moody and sometimes they’re not the best decision makers. So what makes a teen act like a teen? ADRIANA GALVAN: Teenagers experience stress as more stressful, and if that stress is interfering with their decision making, it’s really important to understand the neural mechanism that’s underlying […]

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PTSD and Acute Stress Disorder (ASD)
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PTSD and Acute Stress Disorder (ASD)

Welcome to your review of post-traumatic stress disorder and acute stress disorder. Brought to you by ALLCEUs.com. Fifty to ninety percent of the population have been exposed to traumatic events during their life. Most individuals do not develop PTSD, but a significant proportion of them do. Resilience is the ability to negotiate psychological and emotional […]

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