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How to Find Relief

Neuroscience for Stress Management 

Almost everyone has experienced common symptoms of stress, such as a raised heart rate, excessive sweating and a dry mouth. But not everyone appreciates that these are part of the body's ‘fight or flight response’ – a system that has evolved to maximize our body's capacity to respond to actual physical danger (Cacioppo, Tassinary, & Berntson, 2000). We now know that, in addition to these bodily changes, stress also associates with other, more subtle mental changes – it influences, for example, how we decide what to pay attention to in our environment (Arnsten, 2009)

HPG specializes in teaching neuroscience-based skills and techniques designed to empower you to navigate life's challenges with resilience, enabling you to flourish in any circumstance. Explore the articles below for deeper insights into the intricate interplay between our brains, bodies, and minds.

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The Neuroscience Foundation has lots of great article on their blog, explaining the connections between brain chemistry and every day occurances.  For instance, this article explains some of the neuroscience behind mental health, and this one talks about using neuroscience to build healthier habits

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