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Can stress cause pain?

Can stress cause pain?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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Stress can manifest itself in so many ways it's ridiculous. So many people these days poo-poo the idea of learning relaxation techniques, but they are an invaluable tool for surviving our modern, insane world. I am an excellent example of what stress can do to a person - I've been suffering severe post-natal depression, bordering on psychosis, for over four years. My digestive system is buggered, I get random pains all the time, I can't sleep, I have no patience, I'm suffering adrenal exhaustion, my memory is kaput, and the list goes on. Besides relaxation, there are many minerals, vitamins and herbs that can greatly assist your body in dealing with stress, as well as exercise.
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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