Stress is an emotion. How does our brain manage it?

Description    

It is interesting to note that stress is an emotion and that the brain treats it as such. We will see how emotions are managed, and the ability they have to kidnap us. We will see how the reinterpretation of emotions is capable of changing our biological and mental response to stress.

Audio and subtitles

Audio:

  • English

Subtitles:

  • English
  • Spanish

Related content

Why does the brain need to listen to the body?
Locked

Why does the brain need to listen to the body?

Do we make decisions with our body or with reason?
Locked

Do we make decisions with our body or with reason?

The influence of body posture on our mind
Locked

The influence of body posture on our mind

What are stress and anxiety?
Locked

What are stress and anxiety?

Gut microbiota
Locked

Gut microbiota

The silence of the brain: mental calmness
Locked

The silence of the brain: mental calmness

Stress is an emotion.  How does our brain manage it?
Locked

Stress is an emotion. How does our brain manage it?

Neuroscience of meditation
Locked

Neuroscience of meditation

The influence of breathing on the brain
Locked

The influence of breathing on the brain

What is an unhappy brain like?
Locked

What is an unhappy brain like?