For those who live in big crowded and extremely transited cities know what it is like to experience stress and/or anxiety daily. There are cities like the city of Bombay (Mumbai) in India which represents a big percentage of the population in comparison with other major cities in the world. True is that I personally feel the pain of stress and anxiety in several occasions. But is the influence of the city the only major influential factor? Or do our genes create a higher influential rate? Are big cities and harmful genes the worst combination towards our health?
RAUL VILLAMARIN RODRIGUEZ
Co-Founder/ Co- CEO
IRIANS- The Neuroscience Institute