Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : psychological stress


EVIDENCE OF INCREASED PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS AND SOMATIC DNA DAMAGE AMONG WOMEN WITH RECURRENT ABORTION

Ratheesh GB, Josekumar VS, Aswathy Sundaresh, Dinesh Roy D

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 1023-1030

Recurrent abortion refers to the loss of two or more pregnancies before 20 weeks of
gestation. Recurrent abortion could be because of environmental, physiological,
endocrinological or biochemical factors. Perceived stress scale (PSS) is the most widely used
psychological tool to scale the perception of stress and is a measure of the degree to which
situations in one’s life are appraised as stressful. However, the role of psychological stress in
recurrent abortions has not been examined properly. Hence, the present study was conducted
to evaluate the perceived stress in women with recurrent abortions with no known risk factors
for obstetric complications and to determine demographic and pregnancy-related factors
associated with stress. In the current study 136 women with recurrent abortions were included
in the test group and 110 healthy women with one or two children were selected as control
subjects. Perceived stress scale (PSS) was employed to assess the women’s stress status and
correlate it with various demographic, physiological and clinical characteristics of the study
subjects.Cytokinesis-block micronuclei (CBMN) assay was also performed to quantify the
extent of somatic DNA damages among subjects with recurrent abortions. Women with
recurrent abortion showed a statistically significant increased score of PSS and CBMN
frequency than the control subjects.

Salivary and Gingival crevicular fluid: Psychological stress biomarkers in periodontal disease

Dr Pooja Palwankar, Dr Deepshikha Tyagi, Dr Lipika Gopal .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 2073-2081

Periodontal diseases are associated with local and systemic risk factors. Stress is one of the risk factors for periodontal diseases. This review is aimed to assess the relationship between the gingival crevicular fluid and salivary levels of psychological stress biomarkers and periodontal disease. The Electronic literature search was conducted through online search engines Pubmed, Scopus, WOS articles published from 2010 to April 2021. Cross-sectional and case-control studies that investigated the association between stress biomarkers and periodontal disease were included. Review paper, animal studies, Interventional studies were excluded from the search. Results from the observational studies suggest that elevated levels of psychological stress biomarkers were observed in salivary and gingival crevicular fluid levels of subjects with periodontal disease in contrast to the healthy controls. Within the limitations of the study Psychological stress biomarkers are correlated with the severity and complexity of periodontal disease

SALIVARY AND GINGIVAL CREVICULAR FLUID: PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS BIOMARKERS IN PERIODONTAL DISEASE. PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS BIOMARKERS IN PERIODONTAL DISEASE

1 Dr PoojaPalwankar , Dr DeepshikhaTyagi, Dr LipikaGopal, Dr PoojaPalwankar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 4852-4858

Periodontal diseases are associated with local and systemic risk factors. Stress is one of the risk factors for periodontal diseases. This review is aimed to assess the relationship between the gingival crevicular fluid and salivary levels of psychological stress biomarkers and periodontal disease. The Electronic literature search was conducted through online search engines Pubmed, Scopus, WOS articles published from 2010 to April 2021. Cross-sectional and case-control studies that investigated the association between stress biomarkers and periodontal disease were included. Review paper, animal studies, Interventional studies were excluded from the search. Results from the observational studies suggest that elevated levels of psychological stress biomarkers were observed in salivary and gingival crevicular fluid levels of subjects with periodontal disease in contrast to the healthy controls. Within the limitations of the study Psychological stress biomarkers are correlated with the severity and complexity of periodontal disease

Factors affecting the Occupational Stress in a constrained Environment

Bhavani Viswanathan; Sanjay Viswanathan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5534-5541

The Management of over-worked and focused in on human asset is attempting in like manner, dangerous undertaking for the current bosses and the heads. The two supervisors and their subordinates need to acclimate to business related load during the time spent using the accessible human asset for boosting advantage and confining expenses. This weight if not controlled can affect the individual's family/public development, flourishing, execution, and so forth and can change the representative's entire manner towards work; disappointing, de empowering and upsetting him/her which over the long haul is adversarial to both the connection and the authority. The heaviness of bit by bit living, particularly as the strain to manage mounts, impacts everybody, expertly similarly as in each and every area of a person's life. In this paper, various factors affecting the Psychological stress were discussed

Qualitative analysis of the psychological stress and impact of psychiatric and psychological interventions on treatment of oral potentially malignant disorders.

Dr. Sanat Kumar Bhuyan; Dr. Surjeet Sahoo; Dr. Ruchi Bhuyan; Dr. Soumaya Ranjan Dash; Snehalata Choudhury; Sidhant Bhuyan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1118-1125

Human mental stress is a major factor in recent busy life. Stress analysis and management in many ways are under study. However, except for OLP, studies suggesting the relationship between stress and the other oral PMD are very few. Studies directed towards the psychological management of this stress factor and there influence on current treatment strategies are also lacking. In this study, we will try to establish relationship of oral PMD to stress. Secondly, this will also try to look into the aetiology of the disorder in psychological dimension. Thirdly, we want to see the impact of psychiatric and psychological interventions on treatment of the condition. This study will have a substantial impact not only in understanding the aetiology of the disorder but also on the current standard treatment methods. The aim of this paper is to assess the level of anxiety and depression in patients with oral PMD and then compare the treatment outcome in these patients receiving the standard dental treatment with appropriate psychiatric treatment. To assess the impact of these treatments we also compare the treatments of both the groups to a control group