Oct 16, 2020
Definition – The cumulative adverse effect on the body when allostasis occurs too frequently (as the body is subjected to repeated stressors). In other words, when we are in fight or flight and there is no actual saber-toothed tiger to be found.
We know it as the common, every day modern life made more acute by a pandemic.
So, if you are feeling tired, beat up, unfocused and generally like crap, there is a reason. The good news, you can do something about it.
"Never underestimate the value of a good cry.” – Mark J. Silverman
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