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“…These consequences can be seen in the well documented effects stress has on the cardiac system (Rogers, 2016), immune functioning, the excretion of hormones (Costa et al, 2016;Martin & Dobbin, 1998), and its association with affective and behavioral reactions (Sonnentag & Frese, 2003). However, stress has shown mixed results in relation to some of those variables, depending on the reaction the individual has to it (Pulopulos & Kozusznik, 2018).…”
Section: Stressmentioning
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“…These consequences can be seen in the well documented effects stress has on the cardiac system (Rogers, 2016), immune functioning, the excretion of hormones (Costa et al, 2016;Martin & Dobbin, 1998), and its association with affective and behavioral reactions (Sonnentag & Frese, 2003). However, stress has shown mixed results in relation to some of those variables, depending on the reaction the individual has to it (Pulopulos & Kozusznik, 2018).…”
Section: Stressmentioning
“…Hubungan tertentu antara individu dengan lingkungannya yang dapat membahayakan kesejahteraan. 14,15 Stres dapat menjadi salah satu faktor risiko yang dipertimbangkan dalam terjadinya PJK. Dalam penelitian ini stres kurang memiliki hubungan yang signifikan dengan PJK (OR adjusted 1,07 CI 95% 0,49 -2,33).…”
Section: Coronary Heart Disease (Chd) Is a Global Health Problem Bothunclassified