Various forms of psychosocial distress can adversely influence patients with cardiovascular dis- ease. More difficult is to identify the involved mechanisms and even more difficult is to translate this knowledge in treatments or in behavioral changes aimed at reducing or eliminating these adverse effects.

The brain connection between stress and heart: a convincing research opportunity to reduce risk and gender disparity in cardiovascular disease / Sciagra' R.; Martini A.L.; Allocca M.. - In: JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY. - ISSN 1071-3581. - STAMPA. - 28:(2021), pp. 433-435. [10.1007/s12350-021-02583-0]

The brain connection between stress and heart: a convincing research opportunity to reduce risk and gender disparity in cardiovascular disease

Sciagra' R.
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Martini A. L.;Allocca M.
2021

Abstract

Various forms of psychosocial distress can adversely influence patients with cardiovascular dis- ease. More difficult is to identify the involved mechanisms and even more difficult is to translate this knowledge in treatments or in behavioral changes aimed at reducing or eliminating these adverse effects.
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