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Stressful Situations Part 1: Understanding Stress

Stress is your body’s response to sensing danger. The body activates the sympathetic nervous system, more commonly referred to as the ‘fight-or-flight’ response, and signals the body to increase heart rate and respiration rate to increase strength and stamina needed to run or attack. Evolutionary, the ‘fight-or-flight’ response is to protect you from an external source of the threat, such as an animal attack or a natural disaster. Read More


 

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Tests are a normal, though often dreaded, part of the college experience. It is common to feel stressed or anxious when preparing for or taking a test. Learn more about test anxiety and find tips and resources for finding healthy ways to get through college tests.

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