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Surgery and Chronic Stress// Ultimately Leading to Major Health Risks

Journal: Journal of Neurology and Neurobiology (Vol.2, No. 2)

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Page : 1-5

Keywords : Psychobiological illness; Surgery; Anxiety;

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This article reflects how surgery irrespective to age and/or organ become a prospective major health problem. In general about 50-60% patient's undergone surgery suffer mild/moderate/severe psychobiological illness in future for a long time due to feeling of fear that he/she (1:3) has lost part of his body, inside unhealed or prolonged healing process. So some neuro-psychiatric symptoms such as anxiety, tension, emotion and depression gradually burden their daily life style eventually leading to chronic stress (about 10%) along with some major heath risks in 4-6 years after surgery.

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