Stratification of risk factors of stress induced conditions of Tyumen residents

Tyumen State University Herald. Natural Resource Use and Ecology


Bulletin of Tyumen State University. Medico-Biological Sciences (№6). 2013

Stratification of risk factors of stress induced conditions of Tyumen residents

About the authors:

Vladimir S. Solovyov, Dr. Sci. (Med.), Professor, Head of the Department of Anatomy and Physiology of Humans and Animals, Institute of Biology, Tyumen State University;

Alla G. Naymushina, Dr. Med. Sci., Professor, Department of Theory and Technique
of Vocational Training, Tyumen State Oil and Gas University

Svetlana V. Soloviyeva, Dr. Med. Sci., associate professor, Tyumen State Medical academy


Stratification of risk factors of stress induced conditions has defined a high share of specific changes in the activity of the cardiovascular system depending on the gender stereotype of behaviour and psychological sex. The price of adaptation of the system of blood circulation to long-term psycho-emotional stress is higher for all men and women with highly masculine manner of behavior. Smoking men regardless the character of dysfunction and non-smoking men suffering from arterial hypertension and border psychic disorders have an equal 10-year risk of death from cardiovascular diseases according to «SCORE». Women with a highly masculine manner of behavior are characterized by evident signs of structurally-metabolic homeostasis — arterial hypertension and adiposity. Women suffering from border psychic disorders demonstrate optimum biosocial mechanisms of adaptation with irregularities of the heart rhythm and arterial pressure. The vegetative homeostasis and androgynous psychological sex guarantee optimum adaptation of the heart to stress.


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