The Pancreatic Secretions are Under Conditions of Emotional Stress
Ryspekova Sh., Akhmad N., Ergazina M., Zhunistaev D., Jussipbekova B., Orazakiyeva T.
In everyday life, emotional stress is closely related to physical activity. In the process of work, muscle tension is in constant unity with emotional manifestations. Motor activity in combination with positive emotions counteracts hypokinesia, monotony, the development of fatigue, the occurrence of various diseases and helps to increase the overall resistance of the body.
Emotional stress has a significant effect on all body systems. Any human activity is accompanied by certain feelings, sensations and experiences. All these psychophysiological states with individual specifics are usually called emotional. It has been experimentally confirmed that the development of emotional stress is always associated with the significance, strength and duration of the action of emotional stress, as well as with the personality of the subject, his heredity, the nature of education, education and socio-psychological climate at the time of emotional stress.