Café Scientifique: Subtle Stressors & Brain Breakdown

Stress does more than disrupt your day — it may damage your brain over time. Over decades, the nervous system reacts to small stressors by slowing down, inhibiting everyday processes that can ultimately lead to Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer’s. We quickly ascribe old age as the ultimate, inevitable cause, but these diseases aren’t spontaneous, and we can proactively prevent them through simple behavioral changes.

Join us as we explore the basics of the nervous system and how to keep your brain cells healthy and happy as you age.

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