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Selye (1956) has stated that growth hormone stimulates the release of the mineralocorticoids. Yuwiler (1976), in his review of stress and endocrine function, suggests that growth hormone produces a diabetic-like insulin-resistant effect, as well as mobilization of fats stored in the body. The effect is an increase in the concentration of free fatty acids and glucose in the blood. The Thyroid Axis. The thyroid axis is now a well-established stress response mechanism. From the median eminence of the hypothalamus is released thyrotropin-releasing factor (TRF).
4. Stress is a response, or reaction, to some stimulus. 1. 5. The stress response represents a physiological reaction, as defined in the Selyean tradition (Cannon, 1914; Selye, 1956); Everly (1985a; Everly & Sobelman, 1987) has extended this concept somewhat and conceptualizes the stress response as a “physiologic mechanism of mediation,” that is, a medium to bring about a result or effect. More specifically, the stress response may be viewed as the physiological link between any given stressor and its target-organ effect.
Upon neural stimulation, the adrenal medulla releases the medullary catecholamines as just described. , 1960). 3), except that the medullary catecholamines require a 20- to 30-sec delay of onset for measurable effects and display a 10-fold increase in effect duration (Usdin, Kretnansky, & Kopin, 1976). Also, the catecholamines only prolong the adrenergic sympathetic response. , 1976). The “fight-or-flight” response has been somewhat reformulated by writers such as Schneiderman (McCabe & Schneiderman, 1984), who view this system as an “active coping” system.
A Clinical Guide to the Treatment of the Human Stress Response 2nd Edition (Springer Series on Stress and Coping) by George S. Jr. Everly, Jeffrey M. Lating