The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.
William James

The Science of Stress

The Science of Stress

Sep 28, 2015-- Maria Popova explores her own experience of stress and PTSD, pointing out that long before scientists began shedding light on how our minds and bodies actually affect one another, an intuitive understanding of this dialogue between the body and the emotions, or feelings permeated our very language. Ancient Greek, Roman, and Indian Ayurvedic physicians all enlisted the theory of the four humors -- blood, yellow bile, black bile, and phlegm -- in their healing practices. (16187 reads)


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