Central Mechanisms of HPA Axis Regulation by Voluntary Exercise

@article{Stranahan2008CentralMO,
  title={Central Mechanisms of HPA Axis Regulation by Voluntary Exercise},
  author={Alexis M Stranahan and Kim Lee and Mark P. Mattson},
  journal={NeuroMolecular Medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={118-127}
}
Stress exerts complex effects on the brain and periphery, dependent on the temporal profile and intensity of the stressor. The consequences of a stressful event can also be determined by other characteristics of the stressor, such as whether it is predictable and controllable. While the traditional view has focused primarily on the negative effects of stress on a variety of somatic systems, emerging data support the idea that certain forms of stress can enhance cellular function. Here we review… CONTINUE READING
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