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CHAPTER 12: Emotional Stress



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On the surface, unlike  physical and  chemical stress, the effects of emotional stress on health may not be as obvious  to  the  casual observer. Despite this,  most people are  aware that emotional stress has  serious effects on health and  the  extent of that effect  is becoming clearer over time.  Factors such as coping, resistance, vulnerabilities, and other resources affect how individuals anticipate and react to stress.

In addition to other impacts, those things that moderate stress affect the  relationship between stress and health (240). Moderating effects can be considered buffers between the stressful event and health outcomes either directly or indirectly. 

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