Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Effects of Stress on Human Health

Edited by Hülya Çakmur

Kafkas University

Stress response is a physiological reaction of the human body to potential dangers (tangible or intangible). For a living organism, stress within physiological limits is necessary to stay alive. But the protective effects of stress can easily be potentially harmful for the body when it is out of control. Invariably, life events and stress are combined. It is well established that chronic and excessive stress may reduce the quality and duration of life. Even though the negative health consequences of stress may be physical or psychological, it has been observed that many people still maintain a disease-free lifespan after exposure to intensive stressful conditions. It can be inferred that some people have biologically and psychologically higher resilience capacity. However, there is no doubt that management of stress may be possible and could be learned. Therefore, it is important to be aware of stress management strategies to ensure a life free from stress-related health problems and a healthy lifespan.

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Effects of Stress on Human HealthEdited by Hülya Çakmur

Published: May 13th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.79782

ISBN: 978-1-78984-948-6

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-947-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83880-054-3

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Introductory Chapter: How Does Stress Impact Human Body?

By Hülya Çakmur

51

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2. Chronic Fatigue Stress and Sudden Death

By Haiyan Zhu, Guoxin Han and Shuoshuo Li

93

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3. Taming Occupational Stress among Farmers in Developing Nations

By Toyin Samuel Olowogbon, Aaron M. Yoder, Segun B. Fakayode and Abraham O. Falola

124

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4. Psychosomatic Pain

By Ertuğrul Allahverdi

70

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5. Deep Diaphragmatic Breathing: A “Portable Intervention” for Stress Reduction among University Students

By Katarzyna (Kate) Rygiel

122

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6. Calmness Conquers Anxiety: What Language Tells Us about Mind and Body Control

By Heli Tissari

198

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7. Stress, Hypertension and Yoga

By Surendra Shripati Wadikar

116

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8. Stress 0.0. Experimental Program of Meditations for Stress Reduction

By José Jesús Vargas Delgado

64

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