As we close out April’s Stress Awareness Month, it’s important to recognize how addressing stress can impact the numerous other conditions that we recognize throughout the year. It’s easy to think of stress as only affecting your mind or your mood, but that misses the much bigger picture. The persistent toll of chronic stress is linked not only to depression and anxiety but also to the development of diabetes, heart disease, and autoimmune diseases. Stress can also contribute to digestive problems and headaches and may worsen asthma.
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