The More the Stress, the More the Problems Develop.

by PedgeRuest on Octobre 2, 2013 - 11:36am

Stress has been proven to not only be negative for the state of mind for the individual at that instant, but also in long term effects. Studies show that stress during middle age may trigger psychological brain changes, being the development of 2 certain diseases; Alzheimer and dementia.

Researchers explain that the studies demonstrate that stress causes structural and functional damage of the brain. The amount of stress that a person must overcome causes long term consequences, whether it be the regular day-to-day stress or stress after a negative event, death, divorce addiction all plays towards to the destruction of your brain function, they both create the same damage. Dementia, a disease that is diagnosed to 19% of the researched population, is gradually losing the ability of the process of thought, memory, language, problem solving and more.  Alzheimer is the other disease diagnosed to 13% of the researched population that consists of the loss of neurons in the brain, memory and reasoning. . These are normally found around the age of 79 therefore it takes many years to develop.  However, there is no relation and more percent risk on past family mental health problems. It is recommended to have stress management, interventions and therapy to see if it can be useful for the prevention of these developments. Researchers state that further research will be done to confirm these results.

I believe this article can be reliable due to the reliable source, however this information cannot be taken completely seriously because if researchers need to have further studies to prove that these results are correct, then it means that they still aren’t 100% sure of their statement on the topic. In addition if this were to be 100% correct, I believe that society is not helping this situation because the more our society develops, the more the people living in this type of society must deal with stress and anxiety. Interventions and stress management can help for sure, however sometimes when you want to help and prevent the continuation of a problem you must go right to the primary source of it, and in this case it is society’s way of how rapidly we want to develop and how we must deal with it.

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/266839.php

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