Chronic social stress damages the connections between brain cells in the motor cortex resulting in impaired movements and inability to learn new sets of movements.
ACTIVITY OF THE LOCUS COERULEUS CONTRIBUTES TO PATHOLOGICAL ANXIETY
This article discusses the role of the Locus coeruleus in the generation of pathological anxiety
CAN STRESS BE GOOD FOR US?
Stress can have a positive or negative impact on the person depending on what type it is.