Impact of Stress on Human Body: A Review

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  •   Muhammad Shahid Zafar

  •   Museera Nauman

  •   Hina Nauman

  •   Sheema Nauman

  •   Asifa Kabir

  •   Zunaira Shahid

  •   Anam Fatima

  •   Maria Batool

Abstract

Every inherent or external incentive which involves natural reactions, is recognized as stress. Extenuatory reaction to these pressures is known as stress reactions. Stress contributes to broad variety of diseases including hypertension and superior plasma cortisol, cardiac and CVDs, inflammatory bowel syndromes, type 2 diabetes, and a reduced quality of life among those suffering with cancer. Stress happens in 3 stages. The first stage is an initial stage of alarm, which produces an increase of adrenaline. Living organisms can withstand intense stress and stay alive. Second phase is a brief conflict process that the body puts up to handle the problem. Last phase is the tiredness phase, which arises when the body has utilized every part of its accessible assets. Stress affects the different organs of the whole body. As far as chronic stress is concerned, it stimulates infection in the vasculature, particularly in the coronary arteries, also can alter cholesterol levels and excessive activation of sympathetic nervous system (depletes the system of neurotransmitters, peptides, cofactors, and other mediators). Regarding, endocrine stress, it affects the hypothalamus in brain. The stress condition in n individuals experiencing pressure needs a healthy and regular eating including important supplements, moreover, physical exercise and mind rest are regularly suggested for averting stress induced anxiety-linked objections and disease.


Keywords: Cardiovascular system, immunity, Stress, Memory, Bowl Disease

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Zafar, M. S., Nauman, M., Nauman, H., Nauman, S., Kabir, A., Shahid, Z., Fatima, A., & Batool, M. (2021). Impact of Stress on Human Body: A Review. European Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 3(3), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.24018/ejmed.2021.3.3.821

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