BBHT 12: Adrenal function, Stress, Genetics and your Brain - Brain and Body Health
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BBHT 12: Adrenal function, Stress, Genetics and your Brain

BBHT 12: Adrenal function, Stress, Genetics and your Brain

It wont come as a surprise that Stress is bad for you. Chronic stress will change what genes you activate, will have a negative impact on your brain health (especially the hippocampus where short term memories are formed) and have an impact on your muscle and organ health. Stress is one of the biggest issues with modern lifestyles.

Knowing is half the battle. Scott Wustenberg from Optimal Life and I talk through the biochemical and neurological processes that occur with chronic stress and what can be done about it. We talk about what tests are available to find out if stress is effecting you negatively and what measures you can take to minimise the damage.

Any questions please email

neo@optimallife.com.au - Scott

or

eric@brainandbodyhealth.com.au - Eric.

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