The New York Monday is the effect of the brain's response to extreme automobile traffic in the New York area for a prolonged period over which an individual perceives it has no control. It involves an endocrine system response in which occurs a release of corticosteroids. Sweating, nervousness and sometimes nausea may accompany this caught in traffic person. The effects of stress are often enhanced due to the fact that Sunday is a relaxing day and the following day, Monday, causes an extreme shock to the driver.
Carl got touraids from the New York Monday after being 2 hours late for work and stuck at the Lincoln Tunnel.
by Fargo123 February 13, 2010