Adapting to Stress
Article from Psychology Today by Nicklas Balboa and Richard D. Glaser, PhD
From the article: "This multi-dimensional view of stress, which interlaces the brain in a two-way communication system with the body, accounts for plastic, functional responses to challenges in the environment, as well as the ability to decrease this response when the challenge has passed. Our ability to adapt to these challenges, or allostasis, is a critical factor in both short and long-term life development."
This article explains the different levels of stress and how to adapt to them.