Research regarding BDNF, or Brain-Derived Neurotropic Factor, is exciting as it applies to neuroplasticity, performance, productivity and resilience.
In part 3 of our stress series, it's about time we talked about what to do about stress, and how to develop resilience to stress. By nurturing our ability to hone these tools to maximize resilience, we can create the world we want to live in - personally, professionally, and also at the corporate level.
"Fight every battle everywhere all the time always... In your mind, Everyone is your enemy, everyone is your friend; Every possible series of events is happening all at once; Live that way and nothing will surprise you; Everything that happens will be something you've seen before” -- Petyr Baelish, Game of Thrones
Fight every battle every where all the time always. In your mind, every one is your enemy, everyone is your friend; every possible series of events is happening all at once. Live that way and nothing will surprise you. Everything that happens will be something you've seen before. --Petyr Baelish "Little Finger", HBO's Game of Thrones
Cortisol is a major stress hormone, but WHY does it cause problems? Let's continue our discussion about stress by looking at the physiological changes that occur in our bodies when we're under stress, and what the means for us with long-term exposure.
With the help of Evoke’s very own Registered Acupuncturist Ivana Nikolic RAc, we’re debunking the top myths about Acupuncture.