Feeling stressed? You aren’t alone. Stress affects everyone in a different way, and studies have shown that high levels of stress can contribute to depression, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, gastrointestinal problems, asthma and many other conditions. While it is something you can’t get rid of permanently, here are seven simple tips backed by science to reduce stress right now.
Cats sleep for 18 to 20 hours a day. Considering this, they don’t really seem like the kind of mammal that can experience anxiety. But, what’s true is that they do experience anxiety like any other mammal, and sitting inside the box helps them cope with it.
Face turns red when we're angry, embarrassed, nervous, stressed or fearful. These all happen under the command of our overactive sympathetic nervous system.
Blocking a molecule defeats chronic fear in adults. In adulthood, erasing fear memories is prevented by a molecule known as Nogo Receptor 1 (NgR1).
A combined team of U.S. and Australian scientists have found the mechanism a novel gene uses to affect brain functions and elicit behavior related to neuropsychiatric diseases. It was discovered that the gene called Gomafu might be the key to understanding how our brain responds to stressful experiences. They also found that the gene Gomafu … Continue reading The Discovery Of The Hidden Gene Called Gomafu Gives Hope For Improving Brain Function
Psychologists believe that every relation in a person's life is the reflection of his/her very first relation, the parent-child relation.
Love hormone oxytocin has long been known for promoting the feelings of love and social interaction, but new study shows it also emotionally haunts you.