Stress can help process bad news

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Research shows that a rise is cortisol (the stress hormone) allows individuals to become more attentive to details when receiving bad news.

In fact, stress can serve as a warning and clarity in some situations.

The study found that when stressed out, people handled bad news more logically and rationally allowing them to absorb, analyze and figure out how to cope with it.

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(source: Daily Mail)

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