We’ve all heard the phrase “stress – the silent killer,” and it’s true. Stress has several adverse effects on the body and mind. And many people dealing with stress believe they have some other condition. The issue with this is that their stress goes unaddressed and continues to cause other health issues. Some signs of stress include headaches, depression, anxiety, sleep disruption, and even digestive problems.
What Can Cause Stress?
There are many different types and causes of stress. The three main types can give you an idea of where your stress might be originating since all three lead to what we refer to as chronic stress:
- Emotional: Almost all of us have dealt with emotional stress at some point in our lives, usually caused by adverse events, worries about our jobs and finances, our family life, and fear of the current state of the world.
- Physical: Physical stress can lead to injuries, illness, dietary issues, being over-worked, and lack of rest. Pain can also be a result of physical stress and the emotional stress we experience.
- Environmental: Environmental stress caused by external events or situations we have no direct control over. The many bad things occurring in the world can cause us to be afraid of the future.
How Can Chiropractors Help Stress?
When stress starts to impact the body physically, chiropractic treatments can help. If it doesn’t get treatment, your conditions can get worse and lead to chronic pain issues. So, we recommend that you address your physical symptoms as soon as possible. Reducing the impact of stress on your body will allow you to clear your mind and let some of your emotional stress to go away too. Give us a call a (631) 499 6180 to talk to a Commack chiropractor today and learn how we can help you relieve your stress.
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