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Journal of Clinical Psychology and Cognitive Science

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Stress resiliency and social interaction

Author(s): Lucy Burns* and Miles Burns

Our physical and mental healths are challenged by modern lifestyles and difficulties such as the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, identifying ways through which humans might build stress resistance and quickly respond to adversity is critical. While a variety of factors contribute to stress resilience, social activity, particularly in the form of social touch, is very important. The somatosensory system plays a significant role in transforming the socio-emotional information of social touch into active coping with stress, according to this study. Examining whether stress resilience can be controlled in humans through the activation of low-threshold C-fiber mechanoreceptors, as well as applying this technology to avoid stress-related neuropsychiatric illnesses like major depressive disorder, are important future directions.

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