This Guest Blog Post is from Valeriya Komova, one of Dr. T’s Health Psychology students:
Many of us don’t realize how stress impacts everyday life; however, the American Medical Association classified stress as being the cause of more than 60% of all human illness and disease. All stress, big and small, affects our bodies. It can disable your thinking, and when you become accustomed to stress, its effects can go unnoticed until it is too late. The good news is that we can control how we respond to it, and we can begin by recognizing stress and dealing with it the very moment that it comes up. Read here about effective strategies that we can employ daily can help save our health and prevent us from visiting the doctor in the future.