We were recently sifting through all of our stress relief research for an upcoming project and came across this brilliant audio presentation. It’s all about what really happens in our bodies when we’re stressed out….and it’s very funny and entertaining!
Because it’s so good, so fun, and SO relevant we want to share it with you.
Dr. Robert Sapolsky is a Professor of Neurology at Stanford University. His powerful message in a nutshell — stress kills us slowly by:
- suppressing our immune system,
- shutting down growth,
- and eroding memory and the ability to learn.
We’re certain you’ll find his presentation (audio below) on the effects of stress on the human body and brain extremely enlightening.
Click the play button below to check it out… We think it will inspire you to “chill-ax” 🙂
A free download of this audio file can be found at: http://itunes.stanford.edu/