Posts Tagged ‘stress’

Neural effects of acute stress on appetite

by NeuroHealth Associates

Summary: Acute stress suppresses appetite, and the suppression is associated with alterations in neural activity in […]

Longer Exhalations Are an Easy Way to Hack Your Vagus Nerve

by NeuroHealth Associates

Respiratory vagus nerve stimulation (rVNS) counteracts fight-or-flight stress. Written by Christopher Bergland and originally published […]

Brain Scans Reveal Why “Night Owls” Have It Rough in a 9-to-5 Society

by NeuroHealth Associates

The 9-to-5 workday originated with American labor unions in the 1800s, and today, the eight-hour workday is […]

Antibodies: The body’s own antidepressants

by NeuroHealth Associates

Summary: When autoantibodies are able to enter the bran and act on NMDA receptors, people experience […]

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) Biofeedback for Alcohol Abuse

by NeuroHealth Associates

Emerging findings report diminished craving and reduced relapse risk. How HRV-biofeedback training works HRV-biofeedback improves […]

EEG slowing may be a valuable biomarker for delirium severity

by NeuroHealth Associates

An EEG (electroencephalogram) can provide a valuable biomarker for detecting delirium, a serious mental disturbance […]

Looking at how the brain reacts to boredom could help people cope

by NeuroHealth Associates

Summary: Brain activity differs in those more prone to boredom than those who aren’t. Findings reveal […]

Neurofeedback Gets You Back In the Zone

by NeuroHealth Associates

Summary: Neurofeedback can be used to modify a person’s state of arousal in order to improve […]

How chronic inflammation may drive down dopamine and motivation

by NeuroHealth Associates

Summary: Computational model sheds light on the impact chronic, low-grade inflammation has on the mesolimbic dopamine […]

12 Ways Stress Negatively Affects Your Brain

by NeuroHealth Associates

Some brain-related stress symptoms, like memory loss, brain fog, anxiety, and worry, will be obvious […]

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