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Staying Up in an Upside-down World

SHARP Newsletter - what you'll read in the article: Darren Lang, MBA, delivered powerful knowledge and practical advice for coping with stress, and the big issues caused by stress, to a record-breaking crowd on January 20 in Regina. “Stress has a hidden impact on the mind and body. Chronic stress over long periods of time depletes serotonin levels – the body’s ‘good mood fluid’,” said Darren. Serotonin, a neurotransmitter, helps regulate mood, appetite, sleep, muscle contraction, and some cognitive functions including memory and learning. Understanding the role of serotonin levels in stress disorders and in our bodies is key to escaping the stress-spiral that leads to crippling health issues. Download to read more.

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