Cortisol the primary stress hormone increases sugars glucose in the bloodstream enhances your brains use of glucose and increases the availability of substances that repair tissues it alters immune system responses and suppresses the digestive system the reproductive system and growth processes . The stress hormone corticosteroid can suppress the effectiveness of the immune system eg lowers the number of lymphocytes stress can also have an indirect effect on the immune system as a person may use unhealthy behavioral coping strategies to reduce their stress such as drinking and smoking. Overcoming stress is the first step in getting your immune system back in balance while none of us can completely eliminate stress from our lives there are lots of ways to minimize its impact on our mind and body probiotics probiotics are live microorganisms that live in the gut and play a critical role in supporting your immune system. For stress of any significant duration from a few days to a few months or years as happens in real life all aspects of immunity went downhill thus long term or chronic stress through too much wear and tear can ravage the immune system. Other chapters concentrate on autonomic regulation of immune functions the effects of pituitary hormones prolactin and growth hormone and the last two chapters review work on the effect of behavioural stress on immune functions in animals and humans
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