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FRIDAY, June 7 (HealthDay News) Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study. Pent-Up Stress Could Harm Health of Middle-Aged Women Privacy & Trust Info FRIDAY, June 7 (HealthDay News) Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study. Questions about personal health should always be referred to a physician or other health care professional. FRIDAY, June 7, 2013 (HealthDay News) Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study.

Pent-Up Stress Could Harm Health of Middle-Aged Women. Swedish study followed women since late 1960s. FRIDAY, June 7 (HealthDay News) Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study. FRIDAY, June 7Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study.

Researchers in Sweden examined long-term data collected from about 1,500 women and found that about 20 percent of middle-aged women experienced constant or frequent stress during the previous five years. Many middle-aged women develop aches, pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study. Researchers in Sweden examined long-term data collected from about 1,500 women and found that about 20 percent of middle-aged women experienced constant or frequent stress during the previous five years, HealthDay reports. Pent-up stress could harm health of middle-aged women Swedish study on stress in middle-aged women followed subjects since late 1960s. 0. iStock Related.

Middle-aged women. All that pent-up stress could be making you feel pretty crappy, according to a new study in the International Journal of General Medicine. Researchers from the University of Gothenburg found that chronic stress seems to take an especially hard toll on the health of 40-to-60-year-old women. Pent-up anger can result in blowing up or acting out when you know you can get away with it. You may feel irritable most of the day or have frequent outbursts, such as.

The way stress can affect the health of women Headaches, especially just before her menstruation, with severe migraines Esophageal spasms (stomach aches and even difficulty swallowing).

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Should stress levels remain excessive, health will begin to erode as well.

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Indeed, stress reactivity is thought to be a major aspect of biological aging.

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For example, extreme levels of stress-induced arousal might lead to heart attacks, and chronically high levels of stressinduced hormone production might contribute to heart disease.

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It would be easy to conclude from these studies that stress is bad and to develop clinical interventions based on this premise.

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In addition, obesity is associated with high cholesterol, menstrual irregularities, hirsutism (excess body/ facial hair), stress incontinence, depression, complications of pregnancy, increased surgical risk, and shortened life span.

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Stress is also a factor for those in particular age groups, including adolescence, menopause and the ageing.

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In regard to “[d]rinking over the long term is more likely to damage a women’s health than a man’s, even if the woman as been drinking less alcohol or for a shorter length of time than a man (NIAAA 2015b).

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  • I was given a choice. The doctor told me I could have a cone but I chose to have everything taken out. I am 74 but have been taking hormones with the blessing of the obgyn for thirty years with no complications. A natural medicine doctor told me I should not have had my ovaries removed. The obgyn, however, had told me not to let anybody tell me to stop taking the hormones. He said I would be more likely to die of a heart attack if I didn’t take them than to die of cancer if I do.

  • I like not getting my period every 21 days anymore. I like having a feeling come over me that I wanted to become an inventor, and write a children’s picture book. I use reading glasses, and lost my shortterm memory and take a once a month B-12 needle.

  • I’ve had terrible stress. Made me really sick. Made me have panic attacks. I get headaches and feel faint. Overall I’m always worrying and stressing a lot. I get depressed because I feel like insecurity has taken over. And then the cycle of anxiety starts again.
    Edit: I also lose appetite and have bad insomnia

  • I am confused.
    Menopause Taylor in her you tube channel says HRT prevent Dementia, osteoporosis and cancer.
    On this clip the Dr says HRT alleviate menopause symptoms only but does not prevent the diseases that come with menopause.
    Who to believe now?

  • The fact that intelligetn women or people without any family connection are narcissist magnets could be useful to more employers Lisa Mosconi if employers would realize that in spite of needing to deal with more intreruptions in their work day they can then be taught to be taught to be such good salesmen or buyers of company raw materials while continuing to stay on top of constant interruptions like [I’m trying to be funny] for example when I was while watching videos this last half hour being interupted when seeing my aging computer shut down the video at the point when someone said the word smoke which then for some reason unsubscribed me from all of my You Tube Subscriptions including your channel Ted talks except my subscription to Fransiscan University. I wonder if that had anything to do with the of the construction along this street where I live to replace the grass along the boulevard too. Looks like I better save up money for a new computer nistead of another pair of shoes and purse to match that I don’t need. For sure I don’t want to buy a purse to go with my shoes that looks like a mirrored disco ball because then it might attract someone who isn’t a rescuer at all and instead are looking for a target with enough cash to waste on another memory stick I don’t need or whatever.

  • Obesity and stress might also be a pre-existing condition of the dead COVID people.
    Is corona the real killer?

    Dislikes on this comment means that you guys are illiterate.

  • Such an important topic and so well presented thank you dr mosconi for taking on this cause and shedding some light to our much neglected understanding of women’s bodies and brains ��!!!

  • Wow, that king of hit me in the face. Been diagnosed at 33 with hormonal breast cancer and have been on hormonotherapy for almost 10 yrs. that is terrifying! I am not allow hormones replacement and gave to avoid phytoestrogens. Well, I guess if I make it to dementia I will mean I beat the cancer odd. Great.

  • This was one of the best TED talks I’ve encountered. She did a great job with all aspects of this topic in the short amount of time allotted.

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  • Pituitary? Then….the relay area? This reminds me of the back and forth of thyroid disease. Thyroid disease is predominately female. Thanks

  • In general, any kind of movement is very good against stress. Consider going for a walk / sporting regularly to calm down. It does not have to be exhausting to calm and refresh you.

  • this video is so true, Its been 2 years im in very stressful situation the end is near to this nightmare I have been through lol but the closer Its the more symptoms in my body show

  • Let’s say I had to take hormonal therapy that causes “temporal” menopause to get rid of a tumor. Did such treatment have an effect on my brain?

  • Just ordered her new book! “XX BRAIN”. I have been on HRT since meno struck 9 years ago (i had menopause psychosis and was treated as a mental patient when it was an endocrine reaction) when to so many top docs, got no help, almost did myself in. Finally demanded to try HRT docs said no way it would help me, after 48 hours on estrogen I was cured. I’m never coming off HRT. My two older sisters never went on HRT and they are not aging nearly as well. I sleep like a baby and haven’t even taken a Tylenol in years. No physical or emotional pain. I worship estrogen!!!

  • What a sweet woman to validate her fellow woman that they are not crazy. Women go thru so much and it’s nice to have some support ❤️��

  • People forget the menopausal woman who never married nor has any kids. It’s a deeply hard and conflicting time for some. (OK, me)

    I have come to accept that my opportunity to have children has passed. When I was young I didn’t want kids for various reasons. I was career oriented and valued my Independence and freedom to come and go as I chose.

    I’m at the point where I look at myself in the mirror and see changes in my appearance. I have more wrinkles and grey hair. I need bifocals. I no longer have periods.

    I’m only 51, yet while I don’t necessarily feel old (whatever “old” is supposed to feel like), I’m aware that I am no longer able to physically do some of the things the same way I used to could.

    My greatest fear is growing old and being alone. Sometimes this fear is overwhelming and out of proportion. I sometimes obsess about it in an unhealthy way. (I am in therapy for depression and anxiety now.)

    To the single woman without children menopause is a reminder that I’ve failed at some part of my life. It’s almost at odds of what I think about womanhood. In my right mind I can challenge this faulty thinking. Yet these thoughts reoccur. It’s my depression telling me negative thoughts. (“telling me” is figuratively speaking, I know it a thought process.)

  • sulforaphane causes cellular apoptosis maybe you should be a responsible ‘Dr.’ and talk about that as well, since you probably won’t here’s a quick quote ‘Once inside sulforaphane can damage important intracellular structures like mitochondria and enzymes.

    The damage increases reactive oxygen species (ROS). And in an attempt to limit the damage, glutathione, our powerful endogenous antioxidant, binds with sulforaphane to get rid of it as quickly as possible (2-3 hours after eating it). This depletes our glutathione (our most potent human antioxidant) leaving cells vulnerable to further oxidative damage.

    Sulforaphane can even disrupt epithelial barriers providing yet another plant chemical that can contribute to “leaky gut.” ‘

  • Excellent talk: )! Women have estrogen receptors all over our body like in the brain (and not just in the reproductive system), every where, even in our bone cells. Since menopause is the decline and ultimately end of estrogen production what do you think happens to all the functions that require estrogen to work? They have trouble working and women feel the symptoms…talk to you doctors about estrogen replacement therapy-find out all the options out there for you: )

  • I wonder if contraceptives have a part to play in this? Chemical contraception is introduced to women at a relatively early age, and is generally used long term. We know this directly affects hormones. Men do not take contraceptives. Correlation?

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  • My brain in menopause has become hurt. I know eat well. Yet I have stress from my husband, he doesn’t communicate with me. He unfortunately is numb in talking.

  • OMG! I watched all of her interviews with Joe Rogan at least twice and only now she pops up in my feed? How? I didn’t even know she posts these on YouTube ��

  • I hate how nasty and angry I’ve become since the menopause. I try to stay upbeat, happy and carefree, but it’s not working, I’m permanently bubbling with rage at everyone

  • Do yourself a favor. Get a 23 and me or some genetic testing so you can check your signaling pathways PRIOR to getting into sprouts, or eating more plants if you have health issues.
    If you have inflammation, you want to know what your CBS, SOUX, and GST genes are looking like. Trust me. You DONT want to be eating sprouts, sulforaphane, broccoli, or greens. ANYTHING WITH SULFUR. This will COMPOUND your problem.

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  • I live in Toronto, Canada. The MDs in Canada will not prescribe HRT such as Progesterone for Perimenopause or Estrogen for Menopause. Women are just given Anti-depressants. When people have low Thyroid or need Insulin, they are not given antidepressants. This is a sad state of affairs.

  • This is so strange considering I have seen many researchers say Sulphoraphane kills cells both good and bad and is responsible for inflammation of the intestines & cancers and issues related to that.

    A lot of these studies are also garbage since the data is based on surveys rather than blind controlled tests.

  • Great talk, thank you. Natural progesterone takes care of sleep issues, speak to a naturopath. Also natural estrogen is not harmful long term. Read up on the differences in chemical structure of hormones and stay healthy.

  • You’re knowledge stands second only to you’re beautiful desire to help others with your knowledge! Thanks for the free advice! Keep up the fantastic work.

  • Hormones make our brains think differently and act differently hence gender differences and preferences on activities men prefer over what women prefer.

  • I literally clicked this video because I was psyched to see a 14 year old hype about sulforaphane… Then you introduced yourself and you’re already a PhD. Pretty sure you’re not 14 anymore lol. Great info tho!

  • Im currently stressing over my future plans! Rhis virus ourbreak has caused internal family struggles! then my sister gets pregnant a second damn time, with my dad already out of work because no planes are flying, im stressing over a girl i wanna meet at my favorite restaurunt im worrying she won’t be there! Im stressing over a lit of stuff, today i feel very weak!

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  • For me having menopause is not an issue. It’s just a stage of life that we have to accept. In the early part of it there were hormonal imbalance that you have to go through like mood swings, hot flashes, insecurity but with time you get to accept it. Anyway, everyone in your age feels the same way that you do. There is no exception. Acceptance is the key here, no big deal.

  • TMI warning but does anyone get a whole bunch of diahrrea when they get super stressed like when I have mental breakdowns I can’t eat anything that day cuz food goes right through me. It goes like this:

    stresses
    gets diahrrea and can’t eat cuz I’m stressed
    gets stressed about trying not to stress so I can eat
    gets stressed about that fact that I can’t stress without getting the shits

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  • I kinda feel like a criminal who revisits a crime scene, because I’m done with the menopause, lol…Keep this tucked in your memory banks while going through what I call ‘The Grande Finalè‘ after decades of menstruating every month of our life, minus pregnancies, though it’s definitely not an exciting Finalè, When it’s over, and it will end, we’re FREE for rest of our lives from the, Every Single Month, pain and mess and it’s liberating,,By the way, my mother tried talking me into an hysterectomy because I had such heavy periods caused by fibroids,, I decided to try natural all the way, ( I always ask ‘ what did they used to do, concerning health issues), So I asked my doctor ‘what happens to the fibroids if I don’t get an hysterectomy, and my periods stop? ‘ she answered, ‘ They dry up and the body absorbs them, they just disappear ‘, So NO replacement hormone therapy and no hysterectomy…keep your eye on the prize, Complete Freedom does come when it’s finally over for good!

  • I had such bad anxiety surrounding school when I was 16/17 that it made me physically unwell. I lost over a stone in weight (and I was the low end of normal weight to begin with). I firmly remember doing the music for the School production in the December of the school year and squeezing into a pair of UK size 8 jeans by April I had dropped to a UK size 2 (US 00). Anxiety made me feel so physically sick that I could only stomach one small meal per day and maybe a litre of fruit juice. I hate looking back at that time of my life when I was so unwell just because I was so stressed and unhappy at school.

  • Menopause has been incredibly difficult for me-hot flashes, sleep issues, depression, anxiety, fatigue, headaches, just to name a few. Doctors are either clueless about it or just don’t want to discuss it. When I bring it up, my concerns are dismissed, which feeds right into my feelings of inadequacy and depression! I do not want to take hormones due to the risks.

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  • Having Positive thought that we DO NOT DETERIORATE WITH AGE plus firm belief that menopause is not a negative phase but a growth phase in women is your key. I certainly have not lost brain power and I certainly have not lost my.libido and I most definitely didn’t have the symtoms you talk about. Yes I did have some hot flushes sometime back but I saw this as necessary adjustment in my body for an UPGRADE. And what an upgrade it has been!
    I’m 51 years old and can vouch for the rubbish theories spun out by so called experts.
    Women are indoctrinated to believe that they will dissipate once you hit your 40 s! What nonsense! If one believes this. Then this is what will happen to you. Since I dont I, live a full life with amazing energy.
    If you are open minded you will call me to find out my secret and document it.

  • I don’t like my work, so procrastinate and do it all in the last moment with the help of energy-drinks and with the sacrifice of my sleep…. Which make me hate my work

  • You guys know what else reduces inflammation significantly? Keeping 5G at bay.
    I know, I know, I’m just a crazy conspiracy theorist keep telling yourself that.
    But while you’re at it, take a look at the work of Magda Havas.
    Excellent presentation. I’ll order my seeds today.

  • Ok, so admittedly, I’m clicking through and not listening to the whole thing I listened about three minutes in the beginning, and at different other spots, and it seems like she’s going to have no good news to say. And that would not be true to reality. Maybe I’m just pandemic-grumpy, but I’m sick of people having nothing but negative to say: about EVERYTHING, including menopause! I get it that some of us might just need some validation for why we feel so tense when this stage starts. But I want to tell you, after 50 has been the best time of MY ENTIRE LIFE! I’ve never been so happy, mentally or physically, as now. It’s a little thing called the U Curve. A lot of people’s happiness starts going up after 50.

  • The worst part for me is aching all over and weight gain put on loads on my belly and so hard to lose it again getting me down now

  • I have bipolar along with other mental illnesses and I’m in menopause. What symptoms would I be having? I only get hot flushes every now and then. I don’t have night sweats. How would I know if my mood swings are due to menopause or the mental issues?

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  • I love this video! It covers all the basics. “And by basics, I mean staying alive.” But seriously, this information is profoundly life-changing.

  • So informative! Question: Despite taking Molybdenum, I suffer with sulphur metabolism which actually turns good sulphur into toxic sulphur. Any insights? Thanks:)

  • ahhh sprouts i knew it. I figured this out once. Whenever i ate sprouts more than usual i felt and looked better. Thank you Doctor Rhonda

  • Add to this the negative impulses the brain of an aging woman receive from society (for example:where aging signs on women decrease their dsocial esirability etc.)
    And decrease self actualization opportunities for older in many…many cultures including first world economy!

  • So women must try to increase estrogen intake to prevent those symptoms and prolong our brain activity thus preventing quick drop in brain energy and diseases!! Thank you for sharing this vital information.

  • Thank you, for such a clear, concise presentation. (and for not including obtrusive background music). You are the real deal, Dr. Patrick.

  • Please tell me how the f in the world I’m supposed to be not stressed and feel that I can finish Al the schoolwork during quarantine where our school gives us even more work on than in class and when I have even more out of school activities

  • Hello, I come to give my own feelings and my little stone to the building. The stress, that entity that eats away at you inside and well I was able to fight it (I’m a salesperson and I used to be the boss of a company) and almost completely remove it. There are a lot of solutions circulating on the internet and in the press so if you want us to discuss them nicely you can contact me at this email address: [email protected] com (pasted dot to address and com to dot). I usually answer more in the evening. Go courage ��!

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  • Pls lord heal me and everyone suffering from menopause it’s not easy my headache weakness all over my body I need a vitamins to help am on anxiety pills can’t sleep loss of appitite..

  • Daily prepare this juice and drink once a day before breakfast to increase the immunity of yourself and your family. This was a recipe of juice given to people suffering from cancer by an Ayurveda doctor.For a normal person drink it once daily in empty stomach half an hour before breakfast. For patients the second time of the juice is half an hour before lunch. The third time of the juice is after dinner, half an hour before going to sleep. If normal person drinks this juice once a day then there won’t be any illness in one’s body.

    Apple -1 ( remove the seeds from the apple)
    Beetroot-1
    Caroot-1
    Bittermelon-1 ( add the seeds too)
    Soursop ( guyabano)-1
    Pomegranate -1
    Tomato-1 Lemon 1
    Water melon -two or three big slices with the seeds
    Red grapes with their seeds a bunch
    Broccoli with two or three heads
    Mooringa leaves one handful
    Thulasi leaves one handful
    Neem leaves three or five leaves
    A table spoon of virgin olive oil, virgin coconut oil, black seed oil and barn oil, organic turmeric, cinnamon powder, apple cider vinegar, honey, baking soda, one big piece of garlic and a half piece of ginger.Please put these all in a blender or mixie. Instead of using hot water if you can use coconut water it would be very nutritious. Strain the mixture from the blender or the mixie and drink it. If you are not able to get the herbal leaves like Thulasi, Neem it is fine because rest of all these vegetables are good as these are available in the supermarket and vegetable shops and also these vegetables are cancer fighting foods and help to build self immune system of the human body naturally.
    Please avoid sugar, and fried foods. Instead of using sugar you can use honey, brown sugar made out of jaggery. Also mix equal quantities of virgin olive oil, virgin coconut oil, black seed oil and barn oil i.e 100 ml of each in a bottle. Prepare a salad of cucumber, carrot, tomato and onion and pour this mixture of oil over the salad and eat it twice a day.

  • Sometimes all it takes is just a few cozy and quiet moments to catch yourself together and recharge energy… “sometimes” though…

  • Nope, I tried, But a lecture starting off with stating that there are no differences between men’s and women’s brains and this lecture will explain all the differences to you is going where I cannot follow. Just one more indication that having a 140+ IQ is a disadvan… wait, did she just say ‘brain energy’? WTF

    I remember when TED Talks were an intellectual treat.

  • I am thinking either…grab all these ingredients, vegetables etc from organic grocery sources and just juice the fuck out of everything and drink it once a day during my feeding window as to integrate it into my intermittent fasting routine…or get capsule forms of these compounds. Anyone have thoughts on supplement form vs fresh produce form? Does it make much of a difference? Thx

  • Just be aware. Most wasabi you buy and get at restaurants are not real or only party real. Wasabi is very rare and expensive. In japan they only give you a tiny drop. It’s very expensive.

  • Here’s my question. If I answer honestly,(to how are you doing?) not very well. I have no support system and I can’t go into a mental health facility,because I have medical issues-that they do not deal with.
    WHAT is a good ANSWER? Please.answer. Please.

  • I love this ��
    I’m not sure I heard the part about snap frozen verses fresh though?
    Also I’m still a little confused about the whole Lectin thing, in regards to how long to cook to get rid of them? Then there’s the whole Eat right for your blood type, thing to take into consideration, which is what I’m currently cross reference checking… ��

  • If men were losing their testosterone a lot faster, I am sure they will be replacing it especially if their chances of dementia will increase as well.

  • You have a great channel.
    What are your thoughts on OVER activating NRF2? Perhaps we shouldnt be doing it every day? Or do those studies prove that small continuous stimulation is a good thing?

  • Thank you so much, I want to eat Brocolli, I want to quit smoking. I’m cutting back big time, I’m thinking more and more about all of this.

  • Interesting video but when you go to the supermarket it’s not fresh is not a lot of goodness in the when it’s 3 or 4 days old besides that how much pesticides been used to grow it. Therefore the only way you’re going to know for sure if not had pesticides over it is grow It Yourself

  • The artwork really is just great. Much appreciation and love to the work and effort of the Studio. You definitely need to ask these guys for a raise.

  • I had to have chemically induced menopause last year during chemo treatment to protect my ovaries. I was 29, it was the worst thing I have ever experienced, even worse than the chemo side effects and those were pretty bad.

  • 12:30 Benzene is also the ‘primary culprit’ in INDOOR air pollution. It’s almost everywhere and in some cases, unfortunately, it’s naturally occurring.

  • Nrf2 in cancer: many tumor cells turn on nrf2 to help them escape from chemotherapy: ” NRF2-governed pathways are extensively exploited in cancer cells, and play critical roles in granting growth advantage, supporting cancer metabolism, and promoting malignant transformation.” https://pubmed-ncbi-nlm-nih-gov Nrf2 activators are good for preventing cancer, but I would NOT recommend them once somebody has and aggressive cancer maybe for prostate cancer than is not metastatic or DCIS, early stages. Bottom line: good for prevention, do not use for cancers being currently treated.

  • I just take a tablespoon of organic sulphur per day. Broccoli stinks up my kitchen when steamed. Sprouts takes four days to pop. MSM in a capsule goes down easier.

  • Why fight or flight is a FEAR response, not a STRESS response
    It is a fact that our voluntarily and involuntary muscles are driven by our emotions, particularly when we are afraid or fearful. This ‘flight or fight’ response, or as it is known today as ‘flight fight freezing system’, or FFFS makes your heart race, your internal organs shut down, and primes your muscles to act to defend yourself, or else run for the hills. On the other hand, the simple tensions that occur when we find it hard to make up our minds activate the postural musculature alone, a simple response that shares little in common with the complex neurological and muscular reactions which comprise fear. In other words, see a spider far away and our postural muscles will move because we think, but see a spider on your nose, and all your muscles and a whole lot more will move because we fear. Do these separate instances correspond to the same neurological causes? Of course not. In both cases, you are avoiding the spider, and yet in each case your physiological responses are distinctively different not only in degree but also in kind.
    Moreover, in the former case your behavior is driven because you think, and in the latter, it is because you are in fear. The former is due to cortical processes, and the latter is due to more primitive neural processes, centered in the midbrain, that govern the emotion of fear. This is a very simple distinction, verified conceptually as well as empirically (see appendix of linked book for academic sources), but it has not been explained well or has even been entertained in the copious academic and popular estimate of stress. So, our daily stresses and anxieties are distinctive from our fears. They are indeed separate emotions.
    It is a remarkable fact that we’ve got stress figured out all wrong. Our hard-wired fear responses are responses to threat, not choice, and are governed by different neurological processes from those cortically based processes that underscore anxiety or tension. Secondly, neuromuscular tension due to choice conflict only activates the postural musculature, and the global changes in physiological activity, from a racing heart, hormonal changes, to enhanced alertness, vasodilation, hyperventilation, etc. simply are not characteristic of tension elicited by conflicted thought. Both muscular tension and relaxation are ultimately functions of the relationship rather than content of our choices.
    From my open source book on the neuroscience of resting states, ‘The Book of Rest’, linked below.
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/284056765/The-Book-of-Rest-The-Odd-Psychology-of-Doing-Nothing
    This above book is based on the research of the distinguished neuroscientist Kent Berridge of the University of Michigan, a preeminent researcher and authority on the neuroscience of motivation, who was kind to vet the work for accuracy and endorse the finished manuscript.
    Berridge’s Site
    https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/berridge-lab/
    also:
    On Stress and Rest
    from the International Journal of Stress Management, by this author
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/121345732/Relaxation-and-Muscular-Tension-A-bio-behavioristic-explanation

  • Also we only have a certain amount of eggs in our lifetime..the earlier you get a period the earlier you go through menapause.. treatment is all man made

  • Sounds like modern-day snake oil…

    Shut up and take my money.

    New world order lead by broccoli sprouts.

    Downvote are those pesky flat earthers that reject science.

    No wasabi on the chart?

  • If its not organic, it more than likely is a cancer contributor than not ie Glyphosate chemical fertilizers GMO’s Exc Exc all Just another facet of Agenda 21/30

  • I disagree with you on the gender issue. I have worked with pre-school kids for many years and as early as 12 mo. babies and toddlers tend to gravitate to different activities without anyone influencing them at the moment of choosing what to play with or how to express themselves. Boys are more aggressive they like to hit and push others for no reason at all without provocation they also choose more physical activities were as girls are more docile and for the most part like to hug and include others in their play or at least not mind others playing close by. Girls tend to do activities that are more focused based and less agitated.
    Hormones make our brains think differently and act differently hence gender differences and preferences.

  • it would be wonderful to produce, perhaps online, a suggested annual diet with things like sulforaphane by disease with the education hyperlinked. The limitation is not so much in not understanding your explanation or introduction but rather how to balance all this healthy knowledge in a manageable long term lifestyle.

  • I Love You!!!! Please convert to Cups and grams of Broccoli Sprouts.
    Helping out a Family member..
    I was thinking juice extracting two 16 oz servings Q12 hours and also sprouting watercress seeds in the mix, some mustard seeds and a handful of brussel sprouts. Add in 2 tbsp of walnut powder each blend to add. In the non overt fat necessary for optimal absorption. This is a therapeutic plan of care for a new dx of colon Ca. Patient advised no animal products. Intermittent fasting
    Low IGF-1 approach. Staging is pending of the neoplasm. Status post colonoscopy where patient had symptomatic diarrhea, hemoccult positive. Extensive imaging is planned. CTCA recommended. Also, would a top-quality liquid glutathione supplement be helpful in addition to the regimen?
    Patient will pursue full allopathic treatment. From what was described to me, disease may be limited to Rectum.

  • Sometimes when I’m super stressed from school I be like “I wish id be sick so I can stay home in bed a couple days to unstress” and it happened.

  • So people who eat a tonne of vegetables are 16% less likely to die from all non accidental causes?
    Vegetarians are less likely to be murdered?

  • I have had severe hot flashes for 32 years. I have had to take HRT all that time. Without HRT, I wouldn’t want to live; that’s how terrible the hot flashes are every time I try to stop the HRT. I had to move north…to Maine…to be a bit more comfortable, but summertime is still a killer.

  • I am 38 and I guess I am right in the middle of the menopause. I started freezing like crazy even during warm summer days, and for a few weeks in springtime, I was thirsty like crazy, still after having drunk like 5-6 liters of water every day! I have read this happens during hormons transition. Short time later I was told that I cant get children anymore (mid 30s), at all! Years earlier I had very high cortisol and high prolactine…then 2 years ago my doc said I am low in estrogenes. Now your video explains everything clearly. I already changed my way of eating, do sports daily and sleep a lot (off from work)… Been always been sooo exhausted.

  • My periode was on time but suddenly stopped. I feel like always only not the mental, and phsysical rollercoaster of fluctuating hormones every month. Don’t know if that is normal that my period just stopped? Does that happen often?

  • This type of teaching should become part of brain injury rehab. For women who become brain injured, either through: seizures, strokes, or traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), this information is crucial to know to help us learn how to deal with our injuries properly. For instance, it is taught that the inside of your body ages 20 years automatically once the brain injury takes place. Being a woman who has a TBI, this information being made available is excellent knowledge to have in recovery. I am very thankful I found this TED talk!!

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  • Thank Dr Rhonda. Very good information. A bit difficult to absorb it’s all at once though.
    Next time try to explain it in a simple language which is understandable to a common person who is not well versed with Biochemistry.

  • I’ve started the broccoli and sunflower sprout craze during COVID-19 I freeze my sprouts before processing into a green smoothie. Can you please address this? https://www.kevinstock.io/health/health-dangers-of-cruciferous-vegetables/

  • I’m 65, went through menopause just before 50. A few hot flushes or flashes, night-time sweating. Took no medication, no hormones either. No mental problems. Plenty of women have no problems at all, probably even majority. Much ado about nothing.

  • I know you don’t want to appear to be pushing a particular product or being sponsored by somebody but after watching this I really want to supplement because I can’t make my own sprouts very easily I wish that you had a source listed somewhere or several sources so that we could shop for it Amazon is filled with different products that say they are these things but I’m not sure they are the real deal

  • watching this video ar 1:40 am and will wait until 5 am when maybe will go to sleep; so glad that Mediterranean diet is good for women

  • The glucosinolates chart 42:38 shows that green broccoli has 29 mg while broccoli sprouts has 10 times more mgs. The mustard greens has 2.5 times more glucosinolates than green broccoli at 79 mg. Might mustard sprouts have way more gluconsinolates than broccoli sprouts?

  • We need practical solutions, because research like this is vital but when you go to your family doctor/general practitioner and no matter what you go to ask, they tell you to eat more healthily, exercise and lower your stress levels, at best it does nothing and more likely increases stress. It creates a disconnect between the doctor and patient, where there is a paternalistic relationship (regardless of gender of doctor) and they tell you off. TBH at times it feels like a form of victim blaming. And in relation to stress it is especially frustrating. If you are aware you are stressed to be told to reduce the stress in your life is banboozling, like ok, I’ll just stop working, living in a world where there is oppression, caring for my kids etc.

    And again this research is great and needed!!!! There is just a disconnect between those statistics and how that is communicated to an individual.

  • Bless you, hot flashes are like being dropped on the solar surface. And my memory that used to be vice like,
    is becoming more sieve like.

  • Cofactors 43:00
    Mustard seed may contain myrosinase, an enzyme necessary for making sulforaphane bioavailable.
    Also, lightly steaming (not too much heat) vegetables may allow myrosinase to work more effectively (by getting rid of a protein that inhibits it).