Our Response to Stress

stress, maureen killoran, tiny buddha, tinybuddha.com

“It’s not what happens to us. It’s our response to what happens. And response is something we can choose.” – Maureen Killoran

It has been a while since I’ve shared a podcast recommendation. Today, on my second favorite podcast (Being Well) Dr. Hanson & Forrest Hanson tackled the topic of stress in a episode called, “Understand and Manage Stress: Causes, Biological Basis, and Increasing Resilience.”

Here’s a bit of the description:
On this episode, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson take a deep dive into defining stress, how it functions, how it impacts our lives and bodies, and what we can do to repair from its effects. We discuss how to distinguish stress from effort, the influence of the modern world on how stressed we feel, the various biological mechanisms involved in stress, and the challenges presented by chronic exposure to it. We then consider what we can do to increase resilience, including positively responding to stressors even in the midst of limitations and uncertainty.

This is definitely worth your time. But you will need a little over an hour to tune in. It’s so worth it. I’m already on my second listen. If you’re prone to stress, work in a stressful environment, or just generally feel like your brain and body haven’t caught up after a traumatic or painful event, I think you will get a lot out of this.

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