Troubleshooting Resolutions, Part 3: Perceived vs. Actual Stress

Join the casual Friday crew this week as they continue on the trail of troubleshooting your patients’ New Year’s resolutions! This week we’ll be focusing on perceived stressors vs. actual stressors, as it relates to weight loss. We’ll walk through some of the neuroendocrine connection and layout what the literature has to say about the vastly misunderstood topic.


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