Are you aware of the impact that microstress is having on your daily life and overall health? Most of us know the effects of stress in general, but microstress can be more insidious, creeping into our lives unnoticed, and building up over time. In their upcoming book, “The Microstress Effect: How Little Things Pile Up and Create Big Problems–and What to Do about It”, Karen Dillon and Rob Cross delve into the subject, bringing awareness to the long-term effects of microstress on our overall health and well-being.
As a behavioral neurologist and the cofounder and Chief Medical Officer of Isaac Health, I was honored to be included as a scientific expert for the book. My role in the project was to shed light on the connection between microstress and brain health, and to share my insights on how we can preserve healthy cognitive function for the long-term. For a quick preview, check out their article on microstress that the Harvard Business Review recently published.
At Isaac, we understand the importance of addressing microstress in our daily lives. Our mission is to prevent, diagnose, and manage conditions related to brain health and dementia through telebrain-health. By understanding the impact that microstress has on our brain, we can better equip ourselves to preserve our cognitive function and maintain good brain health.
Karen Dillon is a wonderful author and journalist, and her upcoming book is sure to bring attention to the importance of addressing microstress in our daily lives. Her work is insightful and informative, and I’m confident that it will be a valuable resource for anyone looking to improve their overall health and well-being.
While Isaac offers a wide range of services and resources for those looking to maintain optimal brain health, we understand that not everyone is ready to become a patient. That’s why we encourage you to take advantage of the many resources available on our website, including articles, blogs, and information on the latest research and advancements in telebrain-health. We believe that maintaining good brain health starts with education and awareness. Whether you’re looking to prevent future health problems or seeking help for an existing condition, we’re here to support you on your journey to optimal brain health.
The upcoming release of “The Microstress Effect” is a great opportunity to bring awareness to the impact that microstress has on our daily lives and overall health. By understanding the connection between microstress and brain health, we can better equip ourselves to preserve our cognitive function and maintain good brain health. So, take the first step towards improving your brain health today, and schedule a quick call or explore our website to learn more about the services and resources available to you.