The Truth About the Internet’s Favorite Stress Hormone

March 22, 2023
Martin Picard, PhD

Martin Picard, PhD

Cortisol, sometimes known as the stress hormone, is a chemical that helps regulate the way our bodies react to stress. “It’s a hormone that connects the mind and the body together,” said Martin Picard, an associate professor of behavioral medicine at Columbia University. [read more]

Source: The New York Times

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