Written By: Scientific American

Narrated By: Suzie Althens

Date: October 2021

Duration: 5 hours 39 minutes

Summary:

Chronic stress makes people sick. The fight-or-flight response activates our bodies to face immediate threats, but that stress system must turn off to allow organs to recover. Constant anxiety keeps the system active, and in this audiobook we examine the effects of ongoing stress and trauma on both body and mind as well as ways to arm ourselves against adversity by managing stress and building resilience.

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Stressed Out: Causes, Effects, and Keeping Calm

by Scientific American

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