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Helpful Mindset Shifts After A Crisis (995 words)
The stress of a crisis can lead to progressive “wear and tear” on the brain. Even mild stress can cause a rapid and dramatic loss of mental functioning. Left unattended, prolonged stress can impair brain structure and function, impacting not just the thinking brain, but regions that process emotions too.
One of the major brain regions involved in flexible thinking...