This is what happens to your body when you’re heartbroken — HuffPost Living (@HealthyLiving) February 24, 2016 2. Once the shock subsides, major emotional stress sets in (What did I do wrong? Am I going to be alone forever? Is it time to start adopting cats?). That stressContinue Reading Stress comes in different forms—pain, hunger, fear, psychological upset. When we’re under stress, it’s often assumed that we are on heightened alert. If something hurts us, we imagine that an internal security system clicks on, scanning for other signs of danger. But a new study led by New YorkContinue Reading

ABC News: Is moving house often bad for us, or just the new normal? But is the conceptual understanding of the home an inherent human need, or are we simply refusing to give up on an out-dated mythology? “The brain rewires constantly. Every experience that you give it,Continue Reading

Check out @ClevelandClinic’s Tweet: h Stress strikes your body in these 7 places: — Cleveland Clinic (@ClevelandClinic) July 26, 2017 3. Skin and hair If you have a skin condition such as eczema, rosacea or psoriasis, stress can make it worse. It also can lead to hives and itchiness,Continue Reading For instance, a study found high rates of PTSD and depression in firefighters.8 Likewise, approximately 100,000 active police officers in the United States suffer from PTSD, and many also live with the comorbidities of depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation.9 Research from Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public HealthContinue Reading New York State has one of the most restrictive medical marijuana programs in the country, but it may be starting to loosen up. The state appears to be following in the footsteps of Ohio where there is a number of growing dispensaries. These can be found at AContinue Reading

8 Signs You’re Way Too Stressed #mhsm #mentalhealth — PsychCentral (@PsychCentral) January 4, 2016 1. Always Sick 2. Concentration Troubles 3. Persistent Headaches 4. Back & Neck Aches 5. Sleep Trouble 6. Hair Loss 7. UTIs 8. Sex Loss

Keep calm – it's the secret to ageing well — The Conversation (@ConversationUK) December 13, 2015 Work from our lab and from others has found that many of the negative aspects of cognitive ageing seen in older people appear to be linked to the amount of stress theyContinue Reading