4 thoughts on “Stress and Its Affect on Physical Pain

  • July 7, 2013 at 10:50 am

    Thanks Tracy for the info . I do suffer from Emotional pain because I’m sensitive in that regard. I also have every symptom you so named including dry eyes and throat. I have gone threw years of emotional traumas and believe that some way, some how I might be able to feel ok again by trying different things like eating raw herbs I’ve grown and adding trace minerals to distilled water for drinking. I’ve even done Colloidal silver water that helped my symptoms with intestinal issue’s and fatigue. I haven’t given up hope thow its been a long battle with minimal relief. I believe that a day will come where I have done something that made a difference.I may be self maintance ing for life. Thanks Again…. Chase.

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  • July 7, 2013 at 2:50 pm

    Interesting…maybe that’s why my body fell apart after I developed chronic pain…A year and a half after I was in a car accident, I got cold sores, acid reflux disease, bile reflux, and allergies, all for the first time. I used to be healthy! I swear, I was healthy. You would never know it now. Yea, I feel like my body fell apart.

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  • July 10, 2013 at 4:18 pm

    I came totally undone last year after a very stressful wedding. I had an acid reflux attack that was so bad I ended up getting a cardiac workup in the ER. My husband is a functional binge alcoholic and I’m struggling with that. I have had two neck surgeries and I now believe I’ve developed fibromyalgia. Stress doesn’t help that, either.

    I’m with Becky – I used to be healthy, but now I just feel it’s like “what’s next?”

    Thanks for this blog!

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  • January 27, 2014 at 10:23 am

    the stress in my life literally changed the way my brain thinks — i developed meige’s syndrome — my doctor thinks that my brain rewired itself to cope with the stress i was under to survive –short note – it causes an involuntary blindness – can be triggered by stress , temperature and light

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