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Fight or Flight Response: How to Manage Stress Effectively

Fight or Flight Response: How to Manage Stress Effectively

The Fight or Flight Response can trigger physical and emotional reactions in stressful situations. When not released, these energies can harm our bodies. Don't be afraid to express your emotions and let them out - yelling or crying can help release these energies and reduce your stress levels. This is an effective way to prevent internal toxicity and maintain emotional balance.

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What happens during the fight or flight response

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In response to acute stress, the body's sympathetic nervous system is activated by the sudden release of hormones.

  • After the threat is gone, it takes between 20 to 60 minutes for the body to return to its pre-arousal levels.

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