PHT Live – Stress and its Destructive Effects on the Human Body

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Many patients come to us having been through severe stress.  These very unfortunate events in life are not only unpleasant to go through  at the time that they are occurring, but also they can remodel our brain. Many of our patients who have been through atrocious stressors will produce heightened responses to stress for the remainder of their lives to seemingly low stress environments.

Today we will discuss the brain chemistry involved in this process and tips you can use on a daily basis to nullify the destructive effects of stress in your life.

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