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Physiological Effects of Stress

Stress isn’t just how we feel, it creates physiological changes that effect our entire body. We can bring positive physiological changes to our body by learning to master stress in our life.


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Physiological Effects of Stress

Dr. Larry Berkelhammer

Dr. Berkelhammer is a retired mind-body medicine psychologist. He writes about mindfulness-based practices with a unique emphasis on optimization of wellbeing and health. Dr. Berkelhammer also lectures at San Francisco State University and UC San Francisco, and is currently teaching a class in Marin County through College of Marin. He is the author of the book "In Your Own Hands; New Hope for People with Chronic Medical Conditions".

See his extensive website: LarryBerkelhammer.com

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Berkelhammer, D. (2015). Physiological Effects of Stress. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 21, 2018, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/own-hands/2015/11/physiological-effects-of-stress/

 

Last updated: 17 Nov 2015
Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 17 Nov 2015
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