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What conditions are linked to stress?

The health effects of work and life related stress are widespread and can permeate every aspect of life. According to a Lluminari Landmark Study documented statistics show that stress can be attributed to:

Twice the rate of heart and cardiovascular problems

Two to three times the rate of anxiety, depression, and demoralization

Twice the rate of substance abuse

Two to three times the rate of infectious diseases

Five times the rate of certain cancers

Three times the rate of back pain

Two to three times the rate of interpersonal conflicts

Two to three times the rate of injuries

Ben Kaminsky
Dermatology
Stress is linked to the following illnesses:
  • allergies, asthma and hay fever
  • arthritis
  • back pain
  • cancer
  • chronic pain
  • heart disease
  • high blood pressure
  • migraine headaches
  • temporomandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome
  • tension headaches
  • stroke
  • ulcers
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