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Mental & Emotional Disruptions

Mental and emotional disruptions have a profound impact on our health—with chronic stress and anxiety contributing to inflammation, headaches, body aches, stomach and digestive issues, weight fluctuations, high blood pressure, and weakened immunity along with depression, irritability, and sleeplessness. 

Mental & Emotional Disruptions Conditions

Depression & Anxiety

When your automatic stress system is activated too often, your body suffers. Chronic stress can contribute to headaches, neck and back pain, stomach and digestive issues, a weakened immune system, high blood pressure, and weight fluctuations. Stress also can cause changes in the brain—impacting irritability, ability to focus, anger, sleeplessness, depression, and anxiety.

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Chronic & Cognitive Fatigue

Mental exhaustion, or cognitive fatigue, can happen when your mind is overloaded and overdriven, and can cause mental blocks, appetite fluctuations, insomnia, and irritability. The symptoms of cognitive fatigue overlap with those of chronic fatigue, which is unexplained extreme fatigue that lasts for more than six months. With chronic fatigue, you may suffer from memory, focus, and concentration issues, dizziness that worsens when you change position, and sleep that doesn’t replenish you.

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