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Stress and its Effects on the Brain and Body

Journal of Traumatic Stress Disorders & Treatment ISSN: 2324-8947

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Stress and its Effects on the Brain and Body

Stress is defined as any intrinsic or exogenous stimulus that causes a biological response. Stress reactions are the compensating responses to various pressures. Stress can have a variety of impacts on the body, ranging from changes in homeostasis to life-threatening effects and death, depending on the nature, timing, and severity of the applied stimulus. Pathophysiological complications are common in many situations. People who work or live in stressful circumstances, for example, are more likely to develop a variety of diseases. Many diseases and pathological situations are made worse by stress, which can be a triggering or aggravating factor. We looked at some of the major consequences of stress on humans’ primary physiological systems in this study [1].

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