You’re out in the wild, and you’ve been there 100 times before and you’re going down to the stream to get some water, you check out your surroundings and everything is great. You dip your hands into the water but hear something and quickly turn around and there is a tiger about 15 feet away from you in full sprint/attack mode. You don’t take the time to consider whether or not it’s actually planning on running past you because it’s just REALLY thirsty. Your body reacts and you either try to fight it (and get mauled to death) or you run for your life (and probably, you get mauled to death – tigers are fast). But what happens inside of you during all of this? The stress response.
Image via Wikipedia Hey Folks, In a previous post I mentioned how animals in captivity have shortened lifespans and a whole slew of other problems. Today we’re going to delve into the guiding principles of health, and why the oneswe’re currently using don’t work. The human body is designed to respond and adapt to the