Stress and allostatic load in medical and nonmedical workers post-COVID-19 epidemic

Long-term exposure to COVID-19 has been considered a life-threatening stressor. It has been associated with a variety of psychosocial problems and mental symptoms in medical workers, especially frontline doctors and nurses. Over time, persistent distress leads to changes in the psychosocial stress response and to detrimental health consequences.

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