Impact of Emotional Stress on Childrens, Adults and Family in Context to Genomic Instability

Impact of Emotional Stress on Childrens, Adults and Family in Context to Genomic Instability

The study highlights literature data and research results aimed at analysing the impact of the degree of expression of emotional stress on the genomic instability of children and adults. Literature very rarely describes scientific data on the effect of emotional stress on human genomic instability. This relationship is not supposed to be obvious to many scientists, although oncologists and psychologists know that a prolonged state of increased emotional tension is fraught with serious problems for the organism ‘s nervous-immune-endocrine system. In addition, oncologists know that the result of resentment and loneliness is often cancer. At the same time as that, the The role of genome instability in tumour induction and progression is proven to be very reliable. The research would concentrate on three dimensions of human life in the sense of the manifestation of emotional stress and its relationship with genomic instability: environmental degradation, genomic predisposition, ethical and social-economic issues. Methods: We used the complex of standard psychological measures for determining stress expression rates: questionnaires for adults and 8-coloured M. Luscher’s review for girls. In blood cultures, genomic instability was estimated by chromosome aberration testing and cytochalasin B micronucleus testing. Standard methods have been used to identify changes in biochemical indices.

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Faina Ingel
Federal State Budgetary Institution “Centre for Strategic Planning and Management of Biomedical Health Risks” of the Russian Federal Medical Biological Agency. Moscow, Russia.

Elena Krivtsova
Federal State Budgetary Institution “Centre for Strategic Planning and Management of Biomedical Health Risks” of the Russian Federal Medical Biological Agency. Moscow, Russia.

Nadezhda Urtseva
Federal State Budgetary Institution “Centre for Strategic Planning and Management of Biomedical Health Risks” of the Russian Federal Medical Biological Agency. Moscow, Russia.

Tatiana Legostaeva
 Municipal Educational Institution, “Secondary School No. 5 with Advanced Study of Mathematics” of the Magnitogorsk. Magnitogorsk, Russia.

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