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Control the Worry of Waiting

For the first time, mindfulness meditation has been linked with reduced stress while waiting for potentially bad news.   At last: Control the Worry of Waiting None of the techniques we use to offset worry have been shown to reduce ...

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Stress can lead to risky decisions

MIT neuroscientists have discovered that making decisions, especially when choosing between two options that have both positive and negative elements, can be dramatically affected by chronic stress. Illustration: Christine Daniloff/MIT   Stress can lead to risky decisions Neuroscientists find chronic ...

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Harnessing the upsides of stress

  Harnessing the upsides of stress Changing your mindset doesn’t mean taking a Pollyanna view of the world. The key isn’t to deny stress, but to recognize and acknowledge it—and then to find the upside, because a full-throttle fight-or-flight response ...

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Observing Fear in Others May Change Brain

Negative emotional experience leaves a trace in the brain, which makes us more vulnerable, said Alexei Morozov, an assistant professor at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute. Credit: David Hungate/Virginia Tech Click for a full size image   Observing Fear ...

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Stress Does More Than We Think

Stress Does More Than We Think – Anxiety Patient Experiences Persistent Déjà Vu By Brittany Human Brain, Parapsychology & Psychic Phenomena, Uncommon Science, Unexplained Mysteries deja vu anxiety Walking around your house is a familiar thing, you can even do ...

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Some Ways To Cope With Stress

Some Ways To Cope With Stress Stress and anxiety are two of the most common and inevitable problems in today’s world. The good news is that it’s possible to control how stressed you get and how often it happens. If ...

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