《Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers, Third Edition》的笔记-第278页
- 章节名：Immunity, Stress, and Disease
- 页码：第278页 2016-08-11 12:12:31
尼玛，很不爽的就是这点。明明第一章是概要章，结果后面动不动就说自己第一章的某个说法其实没道理的……尼玛，不注意就会被误导好不。In chapter 1, I offered an explanation for this; now that the process of stress-induced immunosuppression has been explained in a little more detail, it should be obvious that my early explanation makes no sense. I suggested that during stress it is logical for the body to shut down long-term building projects in order to divert energy for more immediate needs—this inhibition includes the immune system, which, while fabulous at spotting a tumor that will kill you in six months or making antibodies that will help you in a week, is not vital in the next few moments’ emergency. That explanation would make sense only if stress froze the immune system right where it was—no more immune expenditures until the emergency is finished. However, that is not what happens. Instead, stress causes the active expenditure of energy in order to disassemble the preexisting immune system—tissues are shrunk, cells are destroyed. This cannot be explained by a mere halt to expenditures—you’re paying, energetically, to take apart the immune system. So out goes this extension of the long-term versus short-term theory.
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