What are stress and anxiety?

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We will see what the neurobiology of stress is like, what brain areas generate it, its impact on the body and what triggers this neuronal response. We will also see how specific stress is positive and makes us more effective and sharpen neural resources. The negative aspect of stress is its ability to become chronic (due to social habits, but also due to the addiction that it produces), we will see what consequences it has on the different organs of the body.

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