We live in a constant world of "busy". Our bodies are constantly in "fight or flight" that causes many adverse health effects. Even a day a week to fully unplug can yield great things.
How to be productive and healthy: get enough sleep, exercise, go to a park, take breaks during the day.
Stress hormones appear to rapidly exacerbate the formation of brain lesions that are the hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease, according to researchers at UC Irvine. The findings suggest that managing stress and reducing certain medications prescribed for the elderly could slow down the progression of this devastating disease. Learn other ways to protect yourself against Alzheimer's and take a free risk assessment at www.memoryaid.org