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J Egypt Soc Parasitol. 2010 Apr;40(1):259-70.

The impact of exams anxiety on the level of triglycerides in university female students.

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Department of Biology, Science Collage, King Abdel-Aziz University, PO Box: 11853, Jeddah 21463, KSA. tmaimani@kau.edu.sa

Abstract

Anxiety affects the level of blood fats such as the triglycerides according to several studies conducted in various conditions causing anxiety as exam for the university students. The health experts suggested that the anxiety works to stimulate the autonomic nervous system which in turn leads to the appearance of a group of physiologic symptoms. The current study showed the changes happened in the triglycerides' levels in the female university students before and after exams at the intermediate anxiety level compared to other high and low levels of anxiety. In addition, there was a difference in triglycerides' levels in female students of college of Science before and after exam. This difference did not appear in case of other colleges. The exam type had an impact as the significant difference appeared in the triglycerides' levels during the periodical tests and these differences did not appear in the final exam.

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