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Throughout history, hope was considered as one of the most essential human emotions. However, scientific knowledge has shown that a feeling of hopefulness can change the brain. American psychologist Charles Richard “Rick” Snyder offered a view of hope as a cognitive process, not just an emotion.
When we perceive a threat (stress), our nervous system releases chemicals and hormones that prepare our body for the “flight-or-fight” response. While acute stress is not necessarily a bad thing, as it prepares us to respond to a specific situation, chronic stress doesn’t allow our body to recover after such response. And this can negatively affect our health at the end of the day. In other words, excessive or chronic stress may harm our mental and physical health and, paradoxically, limit our ability to react.