Chronic Stress and its Consequences for the Immune System

What is stress? “Stress is defined as a process in which environmental demands strain an organism’s adaptive capacity resulting in both psychological demands as well as biological changes that could place it at risk for illness”. (Cohen Kessler, & Gordon, 1995) There are many different theories about stress and about how and why stress affects

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We are not Immune

It is often said we take our health for granted, but the reality is that it is our underlying immune system that is the forgotten hero. It is our immune system that is challenged the most in times of stress, particularly chronic stress. Chronic stress is apparent after large scale disasters such as cyclones, hurricanes,

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