We all know that stress can take its toll on the body. Anxiety, depression, and fear all contribute to major health issues such as heart attacks, strokes, gastrointestinal problems, and even some cancers. Dr. Joseph Maroon, long-time neurosurgeon for the Pittsburgh Steelers and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, will explain how stress affects the brain, elevates hormones like cortisol, suppresses the immune system and interferes with sleep.
These changes make us more susceptible to many types of diseases from the flu to cancer to heart attacks, and even premature death. Join Dr. Maroon as he illustrates, through his own personal story, how diet, exercise, meditation, prayer and non-invasive medical interventions can reboot the brain’s neurotransmitters.
Take control of your feelings, thoughts and moods and let your body heal your brain and mind.
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