Stress Causes Pain

08 Jul

cleveland clinic
Unexplained back pain, headaches, fatigue, stomach issues or chest pain? All can be caused by unmanaged stress. Learn to decompress.
You haven’t injured it, but your back is causing you excruciating pain. Your workload keeps piling up as you try to work around your headaches. Your morning coffee just isn’t doing its job of perking you up anymore. Perhaps you have chest pain, even though your doctor says your heart is fine. Though you should see your doctor to have these types of symptoms assessed, you may be surprised to learn that they can be physical manifestations of chronic stress. You might think that you don’t have time to practice stress-relief techniques, but not doing so can leave you irritable, anxious, less productive — and in a lot of pain. Research shows that online programs targeted at reducing stress are an effective and cost-efficient way to improve your emotional well-being and quality of life.


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