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Body Language, Superheroes, and IBS

Body Language, Superheroes, and IBS

I just watched the Amy Cuddy, social psychologist and assistant professor at Harvard University, video on body language.


She talked about body language and how it affects our entire lives.


It got me thinking about how body language affects our reaction to discomfort.


She discusses successful people having higher levels of testosterone and lower levels of cortisol. And how the way we posture our bodies can naturally produce these two things. So high-power poses can produce good hormones, which equals feeling confidence and success where as low power poses increases our cortisol levels, which is our stress hormone. So staying in a [...]