Can stress be good for brain functioning? What new study says
A new study suggests that low to moderate levels of stress can help in developing resilience and reduce the risk of developing mental health disorders, like depression and antisocial behaviors
Stress is widely considered to be part and parcel of the modern day lifestyle, often but rightly condemned for being responsible for its severe impact on ease of living. Interestingly, a new study questions this long held notion. A recent research from the Youth Development Institute at the University of Georgia suggests that the impending work deadline that is stressing you out, contrary to popular belief, may actually be beneficial to your brain.