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Molecular consequences of psychological stress in human aging.
Moreno-Villanueva M and Bürkle A. Exp Gerontol 2015 - Review. PMID 25481270
Psychological stress has often been described as a feeling of being overwhelmed by the necessity of constant adjustment to an individual's changing environment. ...The cellular mechanisms underlying psychological stress are poorly understood. This review focuses on the physical and molecular consequences of psychological stress linked to aging processes and, in particular, how molecular changes induced by psychological stress can compromise healthy aging....
Psychological stress has often been described as a feeling of being overwhelmed by the necessity of constant adjustment to an
Psychological Stress and skin aging: a review of possible mechanisms and potential therapies.
Dunn JH and Koo J. Dermatol Online J 2013 - Review. PMID 24011311 Free article.
The link between psychological stress and aging is intuitive although the underlying mechanisms are not well defined. Evidence suggests that chronic psychological stress stimulates the autonomic nervous system, renin-angiotensin system, and the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis when the body attempts to resolve perceived threats to homeostasis. ...Despite the lack of conclusive evidence directly linking psychological stress to skin aging, mechanisms by which stress leads to immune dysfunction, oxidative radicals, and ultimately DNA damage via neuronal, endocrine, and immune modulation may present a possible intervention for skin aging. ...
The link between psychological stress and aging is intuitive although the underlying mechanisms are not well defined. Evidence …
The concepts of stress and stress system disorders. Overview of physical and behavioral homeostasis.
Chrousos GP and Gold PW. JAMA 1992 - Review. PMID 1538563
OBJECTIVE: This article defines stress and related concepts and reviews their historical development. The notion of a stress system as the effector of the stress syndrome is suggested, and its physiologic and pathophysiologic manifestations are described. ...DATA SYNTHESIS: Stress and related concepts can be traced as far back as written science and medicine. The stress system coordinates the generalized stress response, which takes place when a stressor of any kind exceeds a threshold. ...
OBJECTIVE: This article defines stress and related concepts and reviews their historical development. The notion of a stress s …
The 'Trier Social Stress Test'--a tool for investigating psychobiological stress responses in a laboratory setting.
Kirschbaum C, et al. Neuropsychobiology 1993. PMID 8255414
This paper describes a protocol for induction of moderate psychological stress in a laboratory setting and evaluates its effects on physiological responses. ...The results suggest that gender, genetics and nicotine consumption can influence the individual's stress responsiveness to psychological stress while personality traits showed no correlation with cortisol responses to TSST stimulation. ...
This paper describes a protocol for induction of moderate psychological stress in a laboratory setting and evaluates its effec …
Physical versus psychosocial stress: effects on hormonal, autonomic, and psychological parameters in healthy young men.
Hermann R, et al. Stress 2019. PMID 30345865
The present study examined the hormonal, autonomic, and psychological stress outcomes of HIIT compared to a standardized psychosocial stressor and tested the cross-stressor-adaptation (CSA) hypothesis which implies a stress-buffering effect at a good fitness level. ...In part, the TSST had a significantly higher impact on the psychological measurements than the WG. In contrast to the literature, this study was not able to confirm the stress-buffering effect of the CSA hypothesis. ...
The present study examined the hormonal, autonomic, and psychological stress outcomes of HIIT compared to a standardized psych …
Psychological stress, performance, and injury in sport.
Hardy L. Br Med Bull 1992 - Review. PMID 1450888
This paper reviews the empirical literature on psychological stress in sport, and the effects that such stress may have upon performance, vulnerability to injury, and rehabilitation from injury. ...Research on the psychological stress that appears to be experienced by performers when they are injured is very limited. However, that which is available suggests that many of the same psychological skills that are thought to enhance performance can also be used to reduce the risk of injury, and promote a speedy recovery from injury. ...
This paper reviews the empirical literature on psychological stress in sport, and the effects that such stress may have …
Protective and damaging effects of stress mediators: central role of the brain.
McEwen BS. Dialogues Clin Neurosci 2006 - Review. PMID 17290796 Free PMC article.
Stress is a condition of the mind-body interaction, and a factor in the expression of disease that differs among individuals. ...Besides pharmaceuticals, approaches to alleviate chronic stress and reduce allostatic load and the incidence of diseases of modern life include lifestyle change, and policies of government and business that would improve the ability of individuals to reduce their own chronic stress burden....
Stress is a condition of the mind-body interaction, and a factor in the expression of disease that differs among individuals. ...Besi
Psychological stress in IBD: new insights into pathogenic and therapeutic implications.
Mawdsley JE and Rampton DS. Gut 2005 - Review. PMID 16162953 Free PMC article.
Psychological stress has long been reported anecdotally to increase disease activity in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and recent well designed studies have confirmed that adverse life events, chronic stress, and depression increase the likelihood of relapse in patients with quiescent IBD. ...This paper reviews recent advances in our understanding of the pathogenic role of psychological stress in IBD and emphasises the need for controlled studies of the therapeutic potential of stress reduction....
Psychological stress has long been reported anecdotally to increase disease activity in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and
Seeding Stress Resilience through Inoculation.
Ashokan A, et al. Neural Plast 2016 - Review. PMID 26881112 Free PMC article.
Stress is a generalized set of physiological and psychological responses observed when an organism is placed under challenging circumstances. ...Focus of the bulk of relevant neurobiological research at present remains on negative aspects of health and psychological outcomes of stress exposure. ...
Stress is a generalized set of physiological and psychological responses observed when an organism is placed under challenging
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