Since the early 2000’s, the world has witnessed rapid digital transformation in many key sectors
including banking, retail, transportation and of late, healthcare.
"The good-news stories in medicine are early detection, early intervention." said
Thomas R. Insel, the famous neuroscientist and psychiatrist.
In this modern world, working is often equivalent to sitting in the office for long hours.
Everyone would have experienced stress at some point in their life. Some good stress can keep us on
our toes to be more motivated, energetic and enhances performance and productivity.
Understandably in these unprecedented times, interest in nutrition and diet in relation to
immunity has increased, but misconceptions and confusion are common.
Mental health is to do with how you think, feel and behave and it is also to do with your ability to
cope with stressful life situations and processing your emotions including unpleasant emotions.
This article is about psychological stress and how unmanaged prolonged stress can have an adverse
effect on your brain.