Stress is bad for the brain

When you are stressed, your brain produces biochemicals that serve as both physical and metaphorical survival tools. For example, adrenaline allows you to outrun predators and defend yourself against attackers. It’s also what drives you to stay up late to meet tight deadlines.

On the other hand, stress can be harmful to your health. It depletes your brain’s cognitive abilities, depriving you of the tools necessary to overcome obstacles.

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