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Lynchburg Journal of Medical Science

Lynchburg Journal of Medical Science

Advisor

Daniel Martin

Abstract

Psychosocial stress and major depression, a part of the human experience, may progress to physiological alterations if uncontrolled, particularly in the cardiovascular system, producing unregulated inflammatory responses that weaken plaque in the arteries and promote cardiac hypertrophy. Stressors are occasionally unavoidable and manifest; nonetheless, learning coping strategies may contribute to maintaining a better quality of life.

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