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NNJ. 2016; 5(3): 11-14


'S. Jasmin Debora', 'V. Baba', 'S. Gomathi'..


Stress, a universal phenomenon, is considered to be a condition in which people respond physically, psychologically and socially to life
changes. “Hans Selye identified stress as a nonspecific response of the body to any demand made on it. Stress, on its own, does not make you ill; it may increase risk or vulnerability to illness”. Thus, play a vital role in the etiology of diseases.

Key words: Stess, Anxiety, Disease.

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