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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 …
Psychological Stress, Immunity, and the Effects on Indigenous Microflora.
Bailey MT. Adv Exp Med Biol 2016 - Review. PMID 26589222
Psychological stress is an intrinsic part of life that affects all organs of the body through direct nervous system innervation and the release of neuroendocrine hormones. ...These stress effects are evident in the development of the intestinal microflora in animals born from stressful pregnancy conditions, and in older animals with fully developed microbial populations. ...
Psychological stress is an intrinsic part of life that affects all organs of the body through direct nervous system innervatio
Microglia Priming with Aging and Stress.
Niraula A, et al. Neuropsychopharmacology 2017 - Review. PMID 27604565 Free PMC article.
Mounting evidence points to a causal link between the primed profile of the aged brain and vulnerability to secondary insults, including infections and psychological stress. Conversely, psychological stress may also induce aging-like sensitization of microglia and increase reactivity to secondary challenges. ...
Mounting evidence points to a causal link between the primed profile of the aged brain and vulnerability to secondary insults, including inf …
Stress, mindfulness, and the allergic patient.
Marshall GD and Tull MT. Expert Rev Clin Immunol 2018 - Review. PMID 30324819
Both allergy and chronic psychological stress are characterized by immune imbalances that have similar characteristics. Thus, it is reasonable to posit that the two are interactive and stress may induce as well as complicate at least some allergic diseases. Areas covered: Stress management/reduction has been proposed with various physical, pharmacological, and psychological interventions for both preventive and therapeutic reasons. ...
Both allergy and chronic psychological stress are characterized by immune imbalances that have similar characteristics. Thus, …
The short-term stress response - Mother nature's mechanism for enhancing protection and performance under conditions of threat, challenge, and opportunity.
Dhabhar FS. Front Neuroendocrinol 2018 - Review. PMID 29596867 Free PMC article.
Our group has proposed that in contrast to chronic stress that can have harmful effects, the short-term (fight-or-flight) stress response (lasting for minutes to hours) is nature's fundamental survival mechanism that enhances protection and performance under conditions involving threat/challenge/opportunity. ...Short-term stress may also enhance mental/cognitive and physical performance through effects on brain, musculo-skeletal, and cardiovascular function, reappraisal of threat/anxiety, and training-induced stress-optimization. ...
Our group has proposed that in contrast to chronic stress that can have harmful effects, the short-term (fight-or-flight) stress
Psychoneuroimmunology of Early-Life Stress: The Hidden Wounds of Childhood Trauma?
Danese A and J Lewis S. Neuropsychopharmacology 2017 - Review. PMID 27629365 Free PMC article.
Drawing from experimental animal models and observational human studies, we propose that the psychoneuroimmunology of early-life stress can offer an innovative framework to understand and treat psychopathology linked to childhood trauma. Early-life stress predicts later inflammation, and there are striking analogies between the neurobiological correlates of early-life stress and of inflammation. ...
Drawing from experimental animal models and observational human studies, we propose that the psychoneuroimmunology of early-life stress
Checks and balances: The glucocorticoid receptor and NFĸB in good times and bad
Bekhbat M, et al. Front Neuroendocrinol 2017 - Review. PMID 28502781 Free PMC article.
Mutual regulation and balance between the endocrine and immune systems facilitate an organism's stress response and are impaired following chronic stress or prolonged immune activation. Concurrent alterations in stress physiology and immunity are increasingly recognized as contributing factors to several stress-linked neuropsychiatric disorders including depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. ...
Mutual regulation and balance between the endocrine and immune systems facilitate an organism's stress response and are impaired foll …
Prenatal Stress, Maternal Immune Dysregulation, and Their Association With Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Beversdorf DQ, et al. Curr Psychiatry Rep 2018 - Review. PMID 30094645 Free PMC article.
RECENT FINDINGS: Recent evidence suggests that maternal stress susceptibility interacts with prenatal stress exposure to affect offspring neurodevelopment. ...While prenatal stress and maternal immune dysregulation are associated with ASD, most cases of these prenatal exposures do not result in ASD, suggesting interaction with multiple other risks. ...
RECENT FINDINGS: Recent evidence suggests that maternal stress susceptibility interacts with prenatal stress exposure to affec …
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