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Don't Stress It

Why stress isn't always all that bad for you.

You know the feeling: Your heart is pounding as if it's going to jump out of your chest, your limbs seem to freeze, and you feel a trickle of sweat in your armpits. The experience of being under stress, and the complex cascade of physiological and psychological processes that it unleashes, involves some of the most primitive parts of our brains, and is something that the human species has been experiencing since the days when our ancestors had to contend with saber-toothed cats and mastodons instead of freeway traffic and work deadlines.

You’re not the only one. A two year survey, published in 2011, commissioned by the American Psychological Association found that 25 percent of Americans report that they’re experiencing high levels of stress, which translates to a score of eight or more on a 10-point scale). Another 50 percent report at least moderate levels, which was indicated by a score of four to seven.

Many of the seemingly disconcerting sensations of stress actually are signs of our bodies kicking into high gear to deal with a threat. One problem is that while the stresses we face in the modern world are different, our brains still react to the overload of less-threatening stimuli around us as if they were serious dangers, and those false starts can have all sorts of detrimental effects upon our mood, health and even our memories. But even so, our stress response remains an essential tool for survival that we wouldn't want to be without. And if we learn to manage it, stress can even enable us to improve our performance at various tasks.

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  • 8.1-MP camera with HD 720p video capture; Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking; Bluetooth stereo music; GPS navigation; 1 GB memory; microSD expansion
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