Stress relationship with Endurance Body

epriellia By epriellia, 1st Nov 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Modern medicine has been studying the physical relationship with a person's psychological condition. Various diseases, including abdominal pain, itching, and even heart disease, associated with the effects of emotional stress

And what about the relationship of stress to the immune system itself?

Studying the relationship between stress and the immune system is a difficult challenge . This is because the stress is difficult to determine the standard. What might be causing stress for one person may not be for others .

When people are faced with situations that they perceive stressful , difficult for them to gauge how much stress they are feeling , and it is difficult for scientists to determine whether a person's subjective impression of the amount of stress that accurate . Scientists can only measure things that may reflect stress , such as the number of times the heart beats per minute , but these measures may also reflect other factors .

Some researchers continue to examine the relationship between stress and immune function , but so far not a relationship that is the main goal that we want to know in immunology research . If anything , the researchers were mostly found obstacles to perform " controlled experiment " stress levels in humans . In a controlled experiment , researchers can alter the factors that determine the effect on other factors . While changing one factor alone is very difficult to do in humans , especially for measuring stress .

Nonetheless , many researchers report that stressful situations can reduce various aspects of the cellular immune response . Studies experts from Ohio State University , for example, showed that psychological stress affects the immune system by interfering with the communication between the nervous system , the endocrine ( hormone ) system , and the immune system . Three systems " talk " to each other using natural chemical messages , and must work in close coordination to be effective .

The team of researchers from Ohio State is speculated that long-term stress causes the body to release stress hormones - glucocorticoids , especially in the long term . These hormones affect the thymus , where lymphocytes ( one of the immune cells ) are produced , and inhibit the production of cytokines and interleukins that stimulate and coordinate the activity of white blood cells . In addition , the following is a report of several other researchers :

• People who care for Alzheimer's patients on average have higher levels of cortisol , a hormone secreted by the adrenal glands , in his body . Higher cortisol levels make weaker antibody response to influenza vaccine in .

• T cell activity has been found to be lower in depressed patients compared with patients without depression , and in men who are separated or divorced compared to men who are married .

• In an annual study , people who care for spouses with Alzheimer's disease , coined the changes in T cell function Especially for those who have a narrow social relations environment .

• Four months after the passage of Hurricane Andrew in Florida , the people who live in the most heavily damaged neighborhood showed reduced activity in several measures of the immune system . Similar results were found in studies of hospital employees after an earthquake in Los Angeles .

With a look of some of these studies , there may be a link between stress and the immune system , but overall studies have not shown a causal relationship .


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author avatar Phyl Campbell
1st Nov 2013 (#)

Wow. Great info.

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
1st Nov 2013 (#)

They are just babies who need love, tenderness and care but when they are plotting to kill people and stuff like that. It is then when they need to be sedated and kept from stepping out into the open in other words locked and put away as they are considered danger and threats to society.

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author avatar Retired
24th Feb 2014 (#)

Great article. Stress can cause many things.

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