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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Makes psoriasis worse The Effect of Stress on the Human Body Anmol Agarwal 5th period Stress can manifest in a wide variety of physical symptoms. This occurs when the body is in the 'fight or flight' response. Difficulty Breathing Less CO2 in Blood Upset Stomach Acne Nausea, diarrhea, and constipation can all be symptoms of stress.The body is set to overdrive because the endocrine system is secreting adrenaline and norepinephrine or noradrenaline, hormones that prepare the body for violent muscular action. If you have psoriasis then stress can cause your condition to worsen as it causesthe skin to flare up more. It can lead to hyperventilation because the lungs are breathing quickly.This means that you exhale more than you inhale. Because of less air supply to the body, there is less carbon dioxide. This leads to the narrowing of the blood vessels.Therefore, blood pressure increases. It can be decreased with the help of exercise. Frequency in Urination or Urinary Retention Telogen effluvium occurs when your body tells more hairs to stop growing than usual. In order to allow the limbic systems to run efficiently (breathing changes,blood flow, heart rate increase) the center that controls your urinary system can shut down and cause the muscles in the urinary system such as the urinary bladder to not work properly. Hair Loss Cellular Damage The endothelial cells (simple squamous epithelial cells) that line blood vessels respond to changes in the movement of blood in the blood vessels by changes in their shape that causes vasodilation Histology Changes The body secretes hormones such as cortisol that causes your sebaceous glands to produce more oil. Because there is less oxygen supplied to the blood vessel results in nutrient impairment. Cells don't have the nutrients they need to survive. The plasma membrane does not transport essential nutrients as there is not enough oxygen avaliable.
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