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If anybody knows stress, it’s Canadians. Stress was discovered here. Renowned Canadian endocrinologist, Dr. Hans Selye was the first to describe the biological basis of stress and the definite link between mind and body. Helpfully, he also discovered some practical ways of dealing with it. Over many decades, Dr. Selye did extensive research that defined most of what we now know about the physical consequences of psychological to stress.

Stress is not all in your head. That’s where it starts, but it’s definitely not where it ends. A stress response affects the entire body in real and often intense ways. It increases heart rate, blood pressure and breathing, and gets us ready to either fight or...


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