People may face psychological stress at the beginning of life and then it manifest in adulthood in the form of problems with heart, kidneys, lungs and bladder.
Scientists conducted a study on mice. Stress in infancy is affects the amount of cell receptors sensitive to gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). The internal organs function properly through these receptors. If there is a change in receptors, you begin to be diseases.
The human nervous system can handle the stress, however, if she is strong enough. Researchers hope to create drugs capable of controlling the level of GABA.