Monthly Archives: April 2013

How to Teach Your Worrier Brain to Function Like A Warrior Brain

Our last two posts focused on research showing that there are two variants of a gene that result in your having either a “worrier brain” or a “warrior brain”. However, the research also shows that a “worrier” can function like … Continue reading

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Your Stress Responses and the Wisdom of the Body

In our last post, we discussed genetic variations that result in our having either a “worrier” or a “warrior” brain. We also mentioned that worriers can handle stress effectively, even function at the level of Navy Seals, if they are … Continue reading

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