Four Stages of Your Body’s Reactions to Stress

In the Four Stages of Your Body's Reactions to Stress course, you will learn about your body's biological reactions to stress.
Four Stages of Your Body's Reactions to Stress
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Course description

In the Four Stages of Your Body’s Reactions to Stress course, you will learn about your body’s biological reactions to stress. The body’s responses to stress play a critical role in managing stress levels. As an engrained survival mechanism, these reactions work to navigate through an emotionally charged or threatening situation, even when negative consequences begin to outweigh benefits.

In this micro-course, you will learn about the four stages of your body’s biological reactions to stress. The body’s responses to stress play a critical role in managing our stress levels for the sake of our survival and to get us through an emotionally charged or threatening situation, even when negative consequences begin to outweigh benefits. Trying to stop a well-practiced, stress-induced behavior is often not as easy as one might expect. Our brain is an adaptive organ, learning from our past behaviors and outcomes, storing and referencing them to use again in times of high stress.

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