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Chronic Stress May Cause Brain Damage

Apr 18, 2018

Credit University of Texas

Our wellness commentator, Velvete Womack, reflects on a Psychology Today article that chronic stress may damage brain structure and connectivity.  The article is based on a University of California study.  Other than prescription drugs, meditation, exercise, social connectivity, laughter, and listening to your favorite music are recommended as good ways to combat stress.  Dr. Womack is owner of Balanced Newtrition in Rockwall.