One of the most important things to understand about stress is that stress that occurs in the mind affects the body and stress that occurs in the body can affect the mind

As stress can cause, influence, or exacerbate a number of conditions that can affect mental and physical health, treating stress itself can sometimes be the most efficient and beneficial strategy. People often notice that their mood improves when their pain goes away; but have you ever noticed that pain can decrease when you are in a better mood? 

The interrelationship between body and mind, and the role that stress can play means that addressing stress may help with clinical issues too numerous too list. 

Learning how to manage and control stress can benefit most patients, but in some cases, it can be life-changing. 

Learn More About Stress

While some stress for a short period of time can help us, too much stress over time can do incalculable harm to health and wellbeing. Interested in learning more? Here are links to what some of the leading authorities in the world have to say about stress:

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By Johns Hopkins Medicine
Stress: What You Need to Know
By The Mayo Clinic
Stress Symptoms: Effects On Your Body & Behavior
By The Cleveland Clinic