Psychological effects

Psychological distress can easily derive from unrelieved pain and plays a major role in the initiation and maintenance of the stress response. Pain can promote anxiety and fear. Anxiety stimulates the fight or flight response that focuses an individual's attention on avoiding further injury. Anxiety by itself can initiate the neuroendocrine stress response. Both anxiety and pain can lead to insomnia. Pain, anxiety, and sleep deprivation increase the perception of each other, resulting in a vicious cycle of mutual reinforcement.

How To Win Your War Against Anxiety Disorders

How To Win Your War Against Anxiety Disorders

Tips And Tricks For Relieving Anxiety... Fast Everyone feels anxious sometimes. Whether work is getting to us or we're simply having hard time managing all that we have to do, we can feel overwhelmed and worried that we might not be able to manage it all. When these feelings hit, we don't have to suffer. By taking some simple steps, you can begin to create a calmer attitude, one that not only helps you feel better, but one that allows you the chance to make better decisions about what you need to do next.

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