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Emotional Stress Outcomes/Response to Stressors – Stress (PSY)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    00:02 Okay, now.

    00:03 Let's take a look at the impact of this on your emotion.

    00:06 Now we all understand that emotionally we shift.

    00:11 We are happy or sad.

    00:12 We're stressed.

    00:13 We're surprised.

    00:14 And a lot of that gets, will impact our things like our health outcomes.

    00:19 So we know that emotional stress.

    00:21 So its particular type of stress is co-related with worse health outcomes.

    00:25 If you are stressed out, and you activate specific emotions specially long term.

    00:31 That can make your health worse.

    00:35 What am I talking about here? So, say for example, you have some underline cardiac issues.

    00:40 You might be aware of those cardiac issues.

    00:43 And this happens quite often.

    00:44 You hear of a lawyer, 45 years old, prime years of his life, dies of a heart attack.

    00:50 And there's, how did that happened.

    00:51 He seemed essentially healthy.

    00:53 Well, he was except perhaps he had underlined cardiac issue that went undetected because he was fairly young.

    01:00 He had no other symptoms.

    01:01 Why would he go to the doctor and say, "Hey, doc, check out my heart." But what they didn't know, he lived a very stressful life.

    01:08 And he was constantly stressed out at work.

    01:11 And he was being pushed, he is being pushed, he's being pushed.

    01:13 And that led to some emotional change.

    01:16 He was feeling down, depressed, overwhelmed.

    01:18 Continued his job.

    01:20 Continued what he needed to do.

    01:22 But that built up and that built up and it actually triggered his underlying cardiac issue which led to a heart attack.

    01:29 It can do things like exacerbate underlying depression or anxiety.

    01:33 So we say this can be a gateway or trigger for the development of some mood disorders.

    01:38 Whether they are already underlying and they haven't been expressed.

    01:41 This can push you over the edge.

    01:43 Now feel it.

    01:44 Now express symptoms of anxiety or depression.

    01:46 Or you can actually take a perfectly happy, normal healthy person and make them express a mood disorder like depression or anxiety.


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    The lecture Emotional Stress Outcomes/Response to Stressors – Stress (PSY) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Responding to the World.


    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Improved health
    2. Contribute to development of mood disorder
    3. Worsen underling disorder
    4. Worsen immunity
    5. Raise blood pressure

    Author of lecture Emotional Stress Outcomes/Response to Stressors – Stress (PSY)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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