Stress

The Evolution of Your Immunity

Your immunological ancestors are roughly as old as life itself. Learn more about your 700 million year-old immune system with tips to embrace and support your own biology for the medicine that it is.

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Sex Differences In Immunity

Your sex actually plays a role in immune responses. Generally, adult females have stronger innate and adaptive responses than males. Why is that?

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Moving From Reactive to Proactive: Stress and Immunity

The immune system is your body’s defense against invaders, but to limit it to “just” a defense system is to do it a disservice. It is so much more than that.

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The Battle Within: The Truth About PTSD

As we celebrate Veterans Day this year, I'm reminded of a patient and his struggles post-military. How could a guy walk into chaos and take immediate control, be the same guy who didn’t leave his house for weeks on end?

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The Dynamic Relationship Between Sleep and Stress

At Nurosene, we’ve found a strong correlation between those with difficulty sleeping and those with higher stress amongst Nuro app users. Is stress always bad for sleep?

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Reducing the Noise

Mental health is complex and some of it we can control while some we can’t. What we can do is introduce some tips and daily practices to help us connect to our thoughts.

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So You Think You Have Anxiety?

Feeling anxious can itself lead to more anxiety and the pandemic has made most of us very anxious, but there is a silver lining that has emerged.

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The Interconnected World of Separation

Sure, competition also naturally exists, but usually only when there are not enough resources to go around. But it’s not our default program.

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Feeling Sick? Why Stress May Be to Blame

The pandemic has upended our daily existence, causing environmental changes that can have an impact on our health. Still, there is hope. Learn how one woman regained her footing after COVID-19.

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Stressed Out About Stress

Stress can be beneficial to a point. If persisting for too long, it can become maladaptive. Learn some free forms of stress management that could help.

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Does Stress Affect the Female Brain Differently?

Women are more likely than men to report feeling physically and emotionally stressed, and studies show twice the rate of anxiety and depression. Here are some small changes to help prevent stress.

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Types of Stress and Is Some Stress Good for You?

Everyone feels stressed for a variety of reasons. Learn about types of stress, how to manage it to work for you, and more with our Subject Matter Experts.

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