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Psychological Stress in Pathogenesis of Essential Hypertension.
Ushakov AV, et al. Curr Hypertens Rev 2016 - Review. PMID 28034357
The article represents literature review and provides evidence for psychological stress to play essential role in the development of arterial hypertension. ...This review provides information about alterations in neuroendocrine and immune systems as the main pathogenic pathways linking psychological stress and hypertension. ...
The article represents literature review and provides evidence for psychological stress to play essential role in the developm …
The associations between psychological stress and psoriasis: a systematic review.
Stewart TJ, et al. Int J Dermatol 2018. PMID 29516474
Our secondary aim was to establish whether there is a relationship between the degree of psychological stress and clinical severity of psoriasis. ...In the light of this, we suggest clinicians include "stress" as a trigger factor in their psoriasis assessment and consider psychological interventions as adjuncts, particularly in those who identify as "stress-responders"....
Our secondary aim was to establish whether there is a relationship between the degree of psychological stress and clinical sev …
Effects of psychological stress on male fertility.
Nargund VH. Nat Rev Urol 2015 - Review. PMID 26057063
Many clinical studies looking at the effects of psychological stress on male fertility have shown that stress is associated with reduced paternity and abnormal semen parameters. ...However, the extent and severity of the effects of psychological stress on human testes is difficult to study and data mostly come from animal models. ...
Many clinical studies looking at the effects of psychological stress on male fertility have shown that stress is associ …
Stress and depression.
Hammen C. Annu Rev Clin Psychol 2005 - Review. PMID 17716090
There are notable shortcomings in several important topics: measurement and evaluation of chronic stress and depression; exploration of potentially different processes of stress and depression associated with first-onset versus recurrent episodes; possible gender differences in exposure and reactivity to stressors; testing kindling/sensitization processes; longitudinal tests of diathesis-stress models; and understanding biological stress processes associated with naturally occurring stress and depressive outcomes. There is growing interest in moving away from unidirectional models of the stress-depression association, toward recognition of the effects of contexts and personal characteristics on the occurrence of stressors, and on the likelihood of progressive and dynamic relationships between stress and depression over time-including effects of childhood and lifetime stress exposure on later reactivity to stress....
There are notable shortcomings in several important topics: measurement and evaluation of chronic stress and depression; exploration …
Stress as a trigger of autoimmune disease.
Stojanovich L and Marisavljevich D. Autoimmun Rev 2008 - Review. PMID 18190880
Recent reviews discuss the possible role of psychological stress, and of the major stress-related hormones, in the pathogenesis of autoimmune disease. ...Different stress reactions should be discussed with autoimmune patients, and obligatory questionnaires about trigger factors should include psychological stress in addition to infection, trauma, and other common triggers....
Recent reviews discuss the possible role of psychological stress, and of the major stress-related hormones, in the path …
Stress-related skin disorders.
Alexopoulos A and Chrousos GP. Rev Endocr Metab Disord 2016 - Review. PMID 27368716
Emerging research has suggested that the skin is not only a target of organismal distress but also an active participant of the stress response through production of local "HPA axis" components, peripheral nerve endings, and resident skin cells, including keratinocytes, mast cells, and immune/immune accessory cells. ...In this review, we summarize the intricate relations between stress and several skin conditions. We have tried to identify the underlying mechanisms that link stress to the common dermatoses according to the latest scientific findings....
Emerging research has suggested that the skin is not only a target of organismal distress but also an active participant of the stress
Psychological stress and susceptibility to upper respiratory infections.
Cohen S. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1995 - Review. PMID 7551414
The biologic plausibility of a link between psychological states and host resistance is discussed. Although there is substantial evidence for the association between psychological stress and both cellular and humoral immune response, these data do not necessarily suggest increased susceptibility to infectious agents among stressed persons. Epidemiologic and viral-challenge studies suggest that psychological stress is a risk factor for upper respiratory infections with the strongest evidence provided by recent well-controlled, prospective viral-challenge trials. ...
The biologic plausibility of a link between psychological states and host resistance is discussed. Although there is substantial evid …
Psychological stress and cardiovascular disease.
Dimsdale JE. J Am Coll Cardiol 2008 - Review. PMID 18371552 Free PMC article.
There is an enormous amount of literature on psychological stress and cardiovascular disease. This report reviews conceptual issues in defining stress and then explores the ramifications of stress in terms of the effects of acute versus long-term stressors on cardiac functioning. ...Numerous approaches are available for stress management that can decrease patients' suffering and enhance their quality of life....
There is an enormous amount of literature on psychological stress and cardiovascular disease. This report reviews conceptual i …
Revisiting the health effects of psychological stress-its influence on susceptibility to ionizing radiation: a mini-review.
Wang B, et al. J Radiat Res 2016 - Review. PMID 27242342 Free PMC article.
Both psychological stress (PS) and ionizing radiation (IR) cause varied detrimental effects on humans. There has been no direct evidence so far showing PS alone could cause cancer; however, long-lasting PS may affect our overall health and ability to cope with cancer. ...
Both psychological stress (PS) and ionizing radiation (IR) cause varied detrimental effects on humans. There has been no direc …
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