Monday, January 01, 1990

Stress: sfn Stress and the Brain

Society for Neuroscience Brain Briefings: "Not to add to your stress level, but accumulating research indicates that continuous or intense stress may sometimes negatively influence the brain and its function. Studies find evidence that severe stress may sometimes alter brain cells, brain structure and brain function. As a consequence memory problems and the development of some mental diseases, including depression, may erupt. On the positive side, research also suggests that methods under investigation may be able to help ward off or even possibly reverse some of the stress effects. "
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