“Can you slate your name for camera, please?” If you are a professional actor, you’ve heard these words more than a few times. You know, it’s that thing you do before you begin your audition so the casting director and producers can keep track of you. Simple compared to the three pages of sides you’re […]
Category Archives: Fight or Flight
Fight or Flight, habits, habitual reactions, Pain, Reactive Response Patterns, Stress, tension
Is Stress Causing Your Pain?
Doctors who study pain have hypothesized that there is a link between stress and chronic pain. Recurring pain can cause a sustained stress response, which in turn contributes to the pain, which in turn creates more stress, and so on. A new study has found “that basal levels of cortisol (i.e. stress hormone in humans) […]