Mental resilience, perceived immune functioning, and health

  title={Mental resilience, perceived immune functioning, and health},
  author={Marith van Schrojenstein Lantman and Marlou Mackus and Leila S. Otten and Deborah de Kruijff and Aurora Jae van de Loo and Aletta Desire{\'e} Kraneveld and Johan Garssen and Joris C Verster},
  booktitle={Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare},
BACKGROUND Mental resilience can be seen as a trait that enables an individual to recover from stress and to face the next stressor with optimism. People with resilient traits are considered to have a better mental and physical health. However, there are limited data available assessing the relationship between resilient individuals and their perspective of their health and immune status. Therefore, this study was conducted to examine the relationship between mental resilience, perceived health… CONTINUE READING
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