- General adaptation syndrome (GAS) : general adaptation syndrome (GAS) refers to the body's generalized attempt to defend itself against stress; consists of alarm reaction, resistance, and exhaustion.
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general adaptation syndrome (GAS) refers to sequence of reactions to sustained stress described by Hans Selye. These stages are alarm, resistance, and exhaustion, which may lead to death.
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