The Science Of The Stressor: The Good, The Bad, And Psychology!
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Dr. Nessaibia Issam is a novelist, science writer, and researcher in biology. Nessaibia is a doctor of biology in Neuroscience at the Badji-mokthar University, Annaba, Algeria. He received a Baccalaureate Degree in natural sciences (high school Guerri-youness- Annaba-Algeria) 2007-2008. A graduate with a degree in biology: reproduction and development (Badji Mokhtar University - Annaba-Algeria), he is also a Master in neuro-immuno-endocrinology. In addition to being the major of his university promotion, he is already the author of many international articles, books, and scientific literature.


The Science Of The Stressor: The Good, The Bad, And Psychology!

Since the 1960s, thousands of researches have been conducted in different sectors (immunology, oncology, neuropsychology, etc.) on the multiple factors involved in each phase of stress, and the impact of stress on health. But there is still much to be discovered, especially about the links between the mind and the brain, and, therefore, between psychology and physiology. For example, the stressor is the moment at which a physical, mental, social, or emotional stimulus occurs and it is necessary to adjust....

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