Stress is More to Your Brain than you Think

This brilliant post is shared in its entirety. You'll learn about stress and your brain, and you'll get tips to manage from evidence, thanks to The Science of Stress and How Our Emotions Affect Our Susceptibility to Burnout and Disease How your memories impact your immune system, why moving is one of the most stressful life-events, and what your parents have to do with your predisposition to PTSD. By Maria Popova I had lived thirty good years before enduring my first food poisoning — odds quite fortunate in the grand scheme of things, but miserably unfortunate in the immediate experience of it. I found myself completely incapacitated to erect the pillars of my daily life —

CFA Candidate: U.S. Holiday Study Tips

For the Level 1 December 2 prep candidates stuck inside this weekend. We're thinking of you -- maybe these ideas can make your weekend a little easier. When I took Level I it was the early June cycle. My husband was prepping for a marathon and had a workshop in our living room with four friends and a world class marathoner coach. They were having so much fun and I could not leave my office despite the merriment in the other room. Tricks I used to keep focused. (I passed...) 1) I wanted to be out with the fun. To keep centered on the page in front of me I kept a picture of a friend's Congratulations note next to my books. 2) Try doing a "test" every half hour at least. With high distractio





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