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Psychological Stress and Mitochondria: A Systematic Review.
Picard M and McEwen BS. Psychosom Med 2018. PMID 29389736 Free PMC article.
This article provides a systematic review of the effects of psychological stress on mitochondrial structure and function. METHODS: A systematic review of the literature investigating the effects of psychological stress on mitochondrial function was conducted. ...Nineteen studies showed significant adverse effects of psychological stress on mitochondria and four found increases in function or size after stress. ...
This article provides a systematic review of the effects of psychological stress on mitochondrial structure and function. METH …
Stress and the gut microbiota-brain axis.
Molina-Torres G, et al. Behav Pharmacol 2019 - Review. PMID 30844962
Likewise, we review different interventions that can modulate microbiota and could modulate the stress according to the underlying mechanisms whereby the gut-brain axis influences stress. ...These new designs should not only focus on stress but also on stress-related disorders such as anxiety and depression, in both healthy individuals and different populations....
Likewise, we review different interventions that can modulate microbiota and could modulate the stress according to the underlying me …
Effects of acute and chronic psychological stress on platelet aggregation in mice.
Matsuhisa F, et al. Stress 2014. PMID 24460512
Although psychological stress has long been known to alter cardiovascular function, there have been few studies on the effect of psychological stress on platelets, which play a pivotal role in cardiovascular disease. ...Mice were subjected to both transportation stress (exposure to novel environment, psychological stress) and restraint stress (psychological stress) for 2 h (acute stress) or 3 weeks (2 h/day) (chronic stress). ...
Although psychological stress has long been known to alter cardiovascular function, there have been few studies on the effect …
Psychological Stress Deteriorates Skin Barrier Function by Activating 11β-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase 1 and the HPA Axis.
Choe SJ, et al. Sci Rep 2018. PMID 29679067 Free PMC article.
Psychological stress (PS) increases endogenous glucocorticoids (GC) by activating the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis. The negative effects of GC on skin barrier function under PS have been well-established. ...
Psychological stress (PS) increases endogenous glucocorticoids (GC) by activating the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis. The
Stress and disorders of the stress system.
Chrousos GP. Nat Rev Endocrinol 2009 - Review. PMID 19488073
Stress occurs when homeostasis is threatened or perceived to be so; homeostasis is re-established by various physiological and behavioral adaptive responses. ...The stress response is mediated by the stress system, partly located in the central nervous system and partly in peripheral organs. ...
Stress occurs when homeostasis is threatened or perceived to be so; homeostasis is re-established by various physiological and behavi
New perspectives in the model of stress response.
Tonhajzerova I and Mestanik M. Physiol Res 2017 - Review. PMID 28937233 Free article.
However, most of the models of stress reactivity were focused on specific aspects of the regulatory outcomes - physiological (e.g. neuroendocrine), psychological or behavioral regulation. ...The Adaptive Calibration Model of stress response employs a broad range of the findings from previous theories of stress and analyzes the responsivity to stress with respect to interindividual differences as a consequence of conditional adaptation - the ability to modify developmental trajectory to match the conditions of the social and physical environment. ...
However, most of the models of stress reactivity were focused on specific aspects of the regulatory outcomes - physiological (e.g. ne …
MECHANISMS IN ENDOCRINOLOGY: Endocrine and immunological aspects of burnout: a narrative review
Jonsdottir IH and Sjörs Dahlman A. Eur J Endocrinol 2019 - Review. PMID 30576285 Free PMC article.
Burnout has several different definitions, and attempts have been made to discriminate between burnout as a psychological construct and burnout as a clinical entity. ...The HPA axis and anabolic acute reactivity to stress might be affected in clinical burnout. Plausible, effects of chronic stress might rather be seen when measuring responses to acute stress rather than resting state hormonal levels. ...
Burnout has several different definitions, and attempts have been made to discriminate between burnout as a psychological construct a …
Effects of psychological stress during exercise on markers of oxidative stress in young healthy, trained men.
McAllister MJ, et al. Physiol Behav 2019. PMID 30342058
PURPOSE: Those engaged in high stress occupations such as firefighters and military personnel are exposed to a variety of psychological and physiological stressors. The combination of mental and physical stress [i.e., dual stress challenges (DSC)] results in significant increases in stress hormones, which causes oxidative stress (OS) and contributes to elevated risk for cardiovascular disease. ...
PURPOSE: Those engaged in high stress occupations such as firefighters and military personnel are exposed to a variety of psycholo
Stress and the social brain: behavioural effects and neurobiological mechanisms.
Sandi C and Haller J. Nat Rev Neurosci 2015 - Review. PMID 25891510
Stress often affects our social lives. When undergoing high-level or persistent stress, individuals frequently retract from social interactions and become irritable and hostile. ...Research in animals and humans has revealed some of the structural, functional and molecular changes in the brain that underlie the effects of stress on social behaviour. ...
Stress often affects our social lives. When undergoing high-level or persistent stress, individuals frequently retract from so
Differential effects of chronic stress in young-adult and old female mice: cognitive-behavioral manifestations and neurobiological correlates.
Lotan A, et al. Mol Psychiatry 2018. PMID 29257131
As most stress-related favorable outcomes have been reported in adolescence and young-adulthood, this apparent disparity could result from fundamental differences in how aging organisms respond to stress. ...Conversely, we suggest that aging alters the pattern of immune activation elicited by stress. Ultimately, interventions that modulate these processes could reduce the burden of stress-related psychopathology in late life....
As most stress-related favorable outcomes have been reported in adolescence and young-adulthood, this apparent disparity could result …
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