Brain stress - are you the canary in a coal mine?

Unless you live in a cave, brain stress is now almost impossible to avoid. Brain stress affects your brain, body, levels of health, relationships, and almost all areas of life.

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Brain stress can be caused by:

Emotional brain stress
Mental brain stress
Physical brain stress
Chemical brain stress
Biological brain stress
Nutritional brain stress

Emotional brain stress

Emotional brain stress impacts brain balance. It can affect cognition, emotional stability, and many other areas of functioning. Children, people with mental illness, and those that have experienced trauma (including brain injury) are more susceptible to emotional brain stress.

Examples of emotional brain stress:

  • Difficult relationships
  • Verbal Abuse (you are not good enough, you will never amount to anything, you are wrong again, your friends are better than you)
  • Being abandoned

Mental brain stress

We are now exposed to increasing amounts of mental brain stress. Feeling overwhelmed by information overload and interuptions is common, particularly in the workplace. We may have emotional and physical responses to mental brain stress.

Examples of mental brain stress:

  • Fear of failure
  • Criticism
  • Public speaking
  • Deadlines
  • Job interview
  • Exams
  • Mental overload from large amounts of brain stimulus

Physical brain stress

Physical brain stress directly impacts our physical state. It can be self-induced or caused by others.

Examples of physical brain stress:

  • Injuries
  • Accidents
  • Being attacked
  • Bad posture
  • Poor neck support (in bed, while travelling, etc)
  • Lack of activity or exercise

Chemical brain stress

We live in an increasingly toxic world. Our air, water, soil, and therefore, our bodies and brains - are exposed to and carry chemicals that did not even exist a generaton ago. People are now being required to function within an ever-increasing environment of both internal and external toxicity.

Examples of chemical brain stress

  • Industrial polution
  • Vehicle exhaust
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Chlorine
  • Fluoride
  • Burning waste
  • Coal fired power stations
  • Mercury/Amalgam fillings
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Artificial food additives, colorings, sweeteners, preservatives
  • and thousands of other chemicals

Biological brain stress

Biological brain stress can be caused by living organisms that affect brain balance.

Examples of biological brain stress:

  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Fungus
  • Molds/Mildew
  • Parasites

Nutritional brain stress

Nutritional brain stress can include chemical and biological stressors that we ingest.

Examples of nutritional brain stress:

  • Artificial: food colorings, preservatives, flavors, sweeteners (aspartame), etc.
  • Highly processed foods (sometimes referred to as "phuud")
  • Foods grown/raised with fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, hormones, and drugs
  • Genetically altered foods
  • Sugar
  • Alcohol

Energetic brain stress

All electrical devices radiate electromagnetic energy. An estimated 2 to 5% of the population is extremely sensitive to electromagnetic exposure. 20 to 30% of the population is thought to be moderately sensitive.

While many people are aware that they are "feeling off", most are unaware that electromagnetic sensitivity is potentially even a factor.

With the massive increase in the number of devices that transmit electromagnetic frequencies (sometimes referred to as "EMF's), sensitivities energetic brain stress are becoming more common.

Examples of energetic brain stress:

  • Mobile phones
  • Cordless phones
  • Wireless / smart devices
  • Clock radios
  • Computers (especially laptops)
  • Stereos
  • Televisions
  • Appliances
  • Power lines and cables
  • Radiation is also an "energetic stressor"

How to reduce the causes of brain stress

Much can be done to reduce or eliminate the underlying causes of brain stress. It begins with awareness and then consistently lowering brain stress factors and enhancing brain balance factors.

How to reduce the effects of brain stress

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