Stress is in all our lives. It’s designed for those threatening occasions when one is jolted out of a deep sleep in the wee hours of the night and must roll out of bed and investigate. Initially, the stress hormones norepinephrine and epinephrine burst into the system, followed by the release of cortisol.
In situations of fight or flight, the accelerated heart rate, the tensing of the muscles, the hyperawareness of tell-tale signs of trespass are survival mechanisms that have paid dividends from the days of our dinosaur forebears. Stress in such a form might motivate in the face of difficulties.
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