The Association of Body Composition and Novel Bioimpedance Measurements with Chronic Stress and Inflammation Biomarkers

The Association of Body Composition and Novel Bioimpedance Measurements with Chronic Stress and Inflammation Biomarkers

A recent study by Constantine Tsigos et al., published in the European Journal of Clinical Investigation (EJCI) indicates that the presence of ‘medically unexplainable symptoms’ (MUS) is an index of chronic stress and inflammation, and that advanced bioimpedance analysis may provide a useful, bloodless and rapid tool in the clinical setting. Chronic stress plays two […]