Influence of various degree of emotional burning of an individual on the stomatologic status

Written by Zlobina O.A.

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Background. Rather recently in psychology the term “emotional burning” became popular. It is known that the emotional exhaustion can lead to the deviations in somatic condition. The research objective was the estimation of influence of a psychoemotional condition on the stomatologic status of patients.
Methods. 146 individuals of 25–57 years were examined. The level of emotional burning was diagnosed by V.V. Boiko’s technique. All patients underwent oral cavity exam on clinical (stomatologic indexes) and on laboratory data. The received data were processed by the methods of variation statistics.
Results. Correlating to the strengthening of expressiveness of emotional burning the intensity of complaints to dryness and discomfort in a mouth increased, the secretory activity of salivary glands decreased, the inflammation severity of parodont tissues increased, the neutrophil ability to phagocytosis decreased. The degree of emotional burning correlated with the deterioration of oral cavity hygiene, deterioration in local immunity changes and the functional condition of the epithelial mucous cells.
Conclusions. Formation of the emotional burning condition promotes the deterioration of the stomatologic status of patients.

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O.A. Zlobina
Izhevsk State Medical Academy (281 Kommunarov St. Izhevsk 426034 Russian Federation)

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