Study: Stress Shrinks the Brain and Lowers Our Ability to Cope with Adversity | Healthland | TIME.com
Stress is an integral part of all of our lives, so much so, in fact, that we tend to shrug off our racing pulses and insomnia and constant angst as nothing unusual.
But researchers say that even everyday stress can be leading to changes in the brain that make us more vulnerable to mental as well as social disorders ranging from depression to addiction and behavioral conditions.
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