Chronic stress

Stress is an instinctive reaction of the body for the survival of the individual, in the face of a danger of death. It is shared by all mammals.

However, stress today is no longer mainly triggered by this archaic reason, but by multiple factors, emotional, cognitive, social, experiences, beliefs, impactful situations …

after Do Yup Lee, E.K., & Choi, M.H. (2015). Technical and clinical aspects of cortisol as a biochemical marker of chronic stress. BMB reports, 48(4), 209.