Definitions

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  • adj. unstressed

Etymologies

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non- +‎ stressed

Examples

  • "We view these properties as 'nonstressed' real estate owned by 'distressed' sellers," he said.

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  • In numerous studies, people who experience grinding, ongoing stress show higher levels of inflammatory cytokines in their blood compared to nonstressed individuals.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • Scientists at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center found that stressed-out rodents exposed to UV light developed skin cancer in less than half the time it took for nonstressed mice to do so.12

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  • Under nonstressed conditions, the 2D for 2R (2D/2R) substituted types perform better than the completes.

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  • The study found that "There is no conclusive medical evidence in the current body of research literature that indicates a high risk of serious injury or death to humans from the direct or indirect cardiovascular or metabolic effects of short-term CED exposure in healthy, normal, nonstressed, nonintoxicated persons."

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  • Normal nonstressed function of the hypothalamic - pituitary-adrenal axis Normal function of the hypothalamic-pituitary - adrenal axis during illness Corticosteroid insufficiency during acute illness Binding of cortisol to corticosteroid binding globulin Increased cortisol and decreased corticosteroid binding globulin Decreased cortisol and Decreased corticosteroid Binding globulin Normal action in tissue Increased action in tissue Decreased action in tissue Hypothalamus Reduced feedback Pitutary Adrenal CTRH + ACTH + -- Stress cytokines CTRH++

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  • Under normal, nonstressed circumstances, low cellular concentrations of Nrf2 are maintained by proteasomal degradation through a Keap1-Cul3-Roc1-dependent mechanism.

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue

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