Stress is one of the leading causes of illness in the United States. In fact, nearly 66% of all signs and symptoms presented in doctors’ offices are stress-induced.
The effects of stress include nail biting, anxiety, a racing mind, obsessive thoughts, compulsive behavior, unending worry, muscle tension and spasm, poor appetite or too great an appetite, digestive disorders, constipation, insomnia, poor blood flow, belabored breathing, neck pain, shoulder tension and… back pain.
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Written By: Updated: February 12,2009