HOW STRESS AFFECTS BRAIN AND MEMORY
Any excitement does not pass without leaving a trace for the body. In situations where there is regular or severe stress, the brain, and nervous system suffer, which entails disruption of the activity of various organs and the development of pathological processes.
Memory loss due to stress is a common occurrence.
The causes of stress are individual for everyone, it all depends on the personal perception of a person, the stability of his nervous system, and his temperament.
Stress causes an overabundance of the hormone cortisol, impairment of concentration and memory. Memory loss after stress can happen even with a one-time strong experience.
Symptoms of memory loss can be independent, but in most cases, it is combined with signs
– Difficulty memorizing;
– Confusion in thoughts;
– Impaired coordination of movements;
Ways to restore brain and memory after the stress:
Normalizing sleep patterns has a beneficial effect on the recovery of brain cells and their activity.
sports have a beneficial effect on the state of the nervous and cardiovascular systems. It helps to improve mood and reduce cortisol production.
If your work involves multitasking, make an action plan for each day, highlighting the important points. By completing tasks gradually, focusing on each one, in turn, you will relieve yourself of daily emotional stress.
Take care of your health and be happy!