Sorts and sources of stress in Pakistan; A comprehensive outlook


  • Sadaf Ahmed 1. Advance educational institute & research Pakistan (AEIRC), 2. Department of physiology, university of Karachi
  • Shamoon Noushad 1. Advance educational institute & research Pakistan (AEIRC) 2. Institute of basic medical sciences, /Dow University of health science, Pakistan



Stress, Psychophysiology, Pakistan, Stressors, psychological, physiological


Objective: to evaluate Psycho-physiological cause and developing burden that account for stress with variability in terms of duration, intensity and healthy or unhealthy effects on physical and emotional wellbeing. Background: In Pakistan the condition of physiological and psychosocial health is becoming weaker with time due to occurrence of non-peaceful and haphazard life resulted in constant stressMethod: There are various ways of analyzing stress from observing symptoms, change in behaviors. These can be lead to body either towards strength, improved body reactions and better performance as psycho-physiological being. We have highlighted here the emerging stressors in Pakistan and their effects on body & mind. Result: The psycho-physiological conditions result of experiencing changes in homeostatic balance, these imbalances either lead to positive or negative impact on health status of well-being and trigger three main pathways physiologically Conclusion: In this editorial the predictable indicators of stress response and there positive and negative influences are summarized with respect to emerging and existing stressors known to effect this set of population. Application: This is a theoretical evidenced based psychoanalysis will be leading towards designing an inventory specifically based on recent stressors acting on human body and types of induced stress.




How to Cite

Ahmed, S., & Noushad, S. (2013). Sorts and sources of stress in Pakistan; A comprehensive outlook. International Journal of Endorsing Health Science Research, 1(1), 4–8.

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