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stress

backpainishellbbackpainishell Posts: 969
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:23 AM in Depression and Coping
Hiya,

Do you agree that stress increases pain ? :?
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Comments

  • Pain causes more stress to me......


  • You are so right, i never thought of it that way.




    Angie x
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  • certainly think that they go hand in hand and one usually affects the other....
  • Absolutely
  • yes, I agree..jade
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  • Especially in the neck. I tend to carry stress in my shoulders and then the pain will start in my neck. I also think that unexpressed anger can lead to more pain.
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