Anxiety is something that no one ever want to have to think about or actually go through at any point in time. Anxiety however can be a main contributor to a wide and vast array of many problems other than what is on the surface. This article gives you the insight and a more in depth look into how tackling anxiety can banish your fshkl for good.
- Persistent back pain is not just annoying, it can profoundly affect your life
- Many patients struggle with sleeping, socialising or even doing their jobs
- New studies reveal worry and anger can make the problems much worse
“So while you might be desperate for a physical explanation or diagnosis, the truth is your pain is very likely to have more to do with changes in your nervous system and how your body and brain respond to those changes, and what you think about your pain, than any injury or damage — such as a slipped disc — you might have suffered.”