Discuss How Worrying Affects the Body.The purpose of my paper is to identify the negative physiological effects mental illness can have on body systems. The following sources need to be used.

Discuss How Worrying Affects the Body.The purpose of my paper is to identify the negative physiological effects mental illness can have on body systems. The following sources need to be used..

 

”The purpose of my paper is to identify the negative physiological effects mental illness can have on body systems.” The following sources need to be used. I included what I liked about those sources and the points that can be highlighted aka my annotated bibliography Fox, Dr. Kenneth R. ”The Influence of Physical Activity on Mental Well-being.” Public Health Nutrition, 7 May 1999. https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/S1368980099000567 This article talks about how not only does exercise have a profound positive effect against risks such as coronary heart disease, obesity and diabetes but it also has an effect on enhanced self-esteem, improved mood states, reduced state and trait anxiety, resilience to stress, or improved sleep. It concludes that there is sufficient evidence that exercise is an effective treatment for clinical depression. ”How Worrying Affects the Body.” WebMD, www.webmd.com/balance/guide/how-worrying-affects-your-body#1. Accessed 17 Mar. 2017. This article explains what anxiety is and how it can go from a normal response everyone experiences to a full on disorder. It talks about how stress can cause excessive worry and anxiety. It talks about the flight or fight response and how that raises the body’s stress hormone, cortisol. These hormones can boost blood sugar levels and triglycerides and also causes many other unwated effects. These effects include dry mouth, headaches, nausea, inability to concentrate and much more. De Hert, Marc, Christoph U. Correll, Julio Bobes, Marcelo Cetkovich-Bakmas, and Dan Cohen. ”Physical Illness in Patients with Severe Mental Disorders. I. Prevalence, Impact of Medications and Disparities in Health Care.” World Psychiatry, vol. 10, no. 1, 10 Feb. 2011, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3048500/. Accessed 17 Mar. 2017. This journal has extensive research complete with charts, graphs and statistics from medical studies and research. The information shows evidence that people with severe mental illnesses generally have higher mortality and morbidity rates. The article shows that there are many different reasons for the higher risks for things like heart disease, cancer and osteoporosis. These reasons include lack of screening by professionals, psychotropic medications and the patients themselves not seeking the proper treatment. Deans M.D., Emily. ”The Gut-Brain Connection, Mental Illness, and Disease.” Psychology Today, 6 Apr. 2014, https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/evolutionary-psychiatry/201404/the-gut-brain-connection-mental-illness-and-disease. Accessed 17 Mar. 2017. This article talks about the mind-body connection and focuses on the microbes in the gut. They are Bacteria, Archaea, and even some eukariotic parasites, protozoans, and fungi. Deans explains that the gut communicates directly with the brain through the nervous system, hormones, and the immune system. Some microbes can even release neurotransmitters. It talks about how stress triggers the immune system to become inflammed and how excessive inflammation of the immune system can lead to all sorts of chronic disease. It shows evidence through mice experiements where they are exposed to early parental loss and how that lead to a decrease in actobacilli in the feces.

Discuss How Worrying Affects the Body.The purpose of my paper is to identify the negative physiological effects mental illness can have on body systems. The following sources need to be used.

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