The neurobiology of stress
Stress has been linked to a wide range of physical and mental illnesses, yet it is a part of everyday life and most organisms respond to challenges with adaptation and recovery.
This webinar will consider both foundational and contemporary research regarding the effects of stress on the body and the brain. The goal is to gain an understanding of the mechanisms of both resilience to stress and stress-induced pathologies.
We will analyze the individual response to stress, how genetic and environmental factors play a role in it, how it translates into physiological and mental health and well-being. This virtual event is designed to explore the role of genes, hormones and experiences as they affect stress responses and subsequently the brain and behaviour.
- limited brain capacity
- stress is natural and belongs to life itself
- how much and which kind of stress is healthy
- concepts of stress management
- social support, education, nutrition, sport and relaxation as stress “fighters”
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