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What Does Stress Do to Me?

Posted by on Wednesday, December 9, 2009, 16:32
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Practitioners recognize the psychophysiological basis of many diseases and disorders.

This impressive list is still by no means exhaustive, but it covers most of the things that you are likely to have heard of.

Most remarkably, none of the major textbooks include the hyperventilation syndrome (HVS), which a number of prominent psychiatrists still attribute to hysteria to this day.

These disorders are not imaginary. You are not malingering if you suffer from one one them. They frequently even “run in families.”

Do you recognize one of them? Do you suffer from any of them? If you do, you are in excellent company.

A composite of the index of contemporary medical books yields the following list:

•    adrenal disease (Addison’s disease, Gushing’s syndrome)
•    allergy
•    amenorrhea (irregular menstrual periods)
•    anorexia
•    arthritis
•    backache
•    bronchial asthma
•    cancer
•    cardiac arrhythmia
•    cardiovascular disease
•    colds
•    Crohn’s disease (chronic inflammatory bowel disease)
•    dermatitis
•    diabetes
•    duodenal ulcers
•    epilepsy
•    Epstein-Barr virus (mononucleosis)
•    gastrointestinal pathology
•    Graves’ disease (hyperthyroidism)
•    headache
•    herpes virus
•    hives
•    hypertension
•    lupus erythematosus
•    migraine
•    myositis (lumbago)
•    pain
•    peptic ulcers
•    Raynaud’s disease
•    rheumatoid arthritis
•    sexual organ dysfunction
•    suppression of immune response

•    ulcerative colitis
•    urethritis (bacterial and chronic yeast)

stress related diseases

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