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When we face overwhelming stress, disconnecting can be a coping skill.
«Dissociation happens because the person is engaged in an automatic activity and is not paying attention to his or her immediate environment.»
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«Detachment leads to better recovery and even improvements in work-related outcomes, such as performance and engagement»
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«Stress is something that is phasic for most people. You have a stressful period and you come out of it,»
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«Brené Brown - Get curious about what your stress is trying to tell you. Listen to your stress symptoms for insight rather than fighting them.»
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«Because we have more of a “predicting brain” than a “reality brain,” that means we may be responding to something we predict or believe will happen, rather than what is happening.»
A new book by renowned stress researcher Elissa Epel explains how stress affects our bodies at the cellular level and how to manage it better.
The “synergistic mindset” is about making unavoidable stressors work in your favor.
«Students who watched the training session exhibited a lower stress response based on heart rate and other physiological measures.»
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«Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that plays a role in mood, but it also helps regulate other functions in your body like digestion, sleep»
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