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Modern view at the some aspects of stress

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25877305-2021-08-05
Issue: 
8
Year: 
2021

Professor K. Amlaev, MD Stavropol State Medical University

The lecture is devoted to the problem of stress disorders and is addressed to General practitioners and students of medical universities. It describes the epidemiology of stress, its risk factors, the mechanism of its effect on the structures of the central nervous system. The article describes the connection of stress disorders with other noncommunicable diseases, both mental and somatic. Information is presented on the impact of coronavirus infection on the formation of stress disorders in the general population and in medical workers engaged in providing medical care to patients with COVID-19. The syndrome of «burnout» in doctors, its causes are described. Methods of stress prevention are also considered.

Keywords: 
stress
stress disorder
«burnout» syndrome
stressful coronavirus syndrome



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