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Get Wild Growing up, my parents were stationed around the world, and I have lived and traveled to some far off exotic places
Dig deeper and you'll find extreme adventures ranging from caving to whitewater rafting. All of these activities will get your heart rate up.
Who doesn't love a bit of zip-lining? Just outside Cape Town, jump into your harness and head into the hills to fly across valleys and soar over woodland.
Full Segment: "You can become addicted to the adrenaline rush that stress provides," says Andrew Shatté, PhD, Chief Science Officer for meQuilibrium. He joins us to explain how this happens and offer solutions for managing stress addiction.
While shots of adrenaline alone do not enormously boost physical or emotional responses, adrenaline and noradrenaline play major roles in helping us cope with what the world throws our way.
The Deseret News tagged along for the incredible ride, in which YouTube celebrity ShayCarl plays a starring role. Even if