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The response to emotional pressure suffered for a prolonged period over which an individual perceives he or she has no control is known as chronic stress. An endocrine system response in which occurs a release of corticosteroids may be due to the effect of chronic stress. It should be noted that the immediate effects of stress hormones are beneficial in a particular situation. On the other hand long-term exposure to stress creates a high level of these hormones that remains constant.
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Various studies reveal that in developed countries like USA, 10-15% of population remains depressed at any given time of the year. In UK, more than 50% youngsters fall in the state of depression. In Europe, work related stress is one of the biggest health and safety challenges. According to a study in 2005, Stress is the second most frequently reported health problem, affecting 22% of workers from the European Union and this number is likely to increase. Studies also suggest that stress is a factor in between 50 to 60% of all lost working days that represents a huge cost in terms of both human distress and impaired economic performance.
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It has been seen that chronic stress has a role in humans as a method of reacting to difficult and possibly dangerous situations. Researchers have also found that the "fight or flight" response when one perceives a threat helps the body exert energy to fight or run away to live another day. Fight and flight responses are noticeable causing the blood vessels to constrict and heart rate to increase when the adrenal glands release epinephrine. Apart from that cortisol is another hormone that is released under stress and its purpose is to raise the glucose level in the blood. It has also been estimated that glucose which is the main energy source for human cells and its increase during time of stress is for the purpose of having energy readily available for over active cells.
It should be noted that the release of these hormones is evolved to be temporary. It has also been seen that if someone is under stress for long periods of time they may have adverse health effects later on. The adverse health effect mainly includes such as hypertension and increased risk of cardiovascular disease. The fear and fight response in the body may be prolonged by some other different factor. It has been found that chronic stress can be rooted in prolonged psychological stressors.
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