Author: Anderson Hunter

PTSD

Stressors can come from many traumatic events such as combat or time spent in service, childhood abuse, domestic violence, or witnessing a crime or violence. The effects of a stressor may not even be immediate.

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Neck Pain

The causes of neck pain can vary. Neck pain can be the result of degenerative arthritis caused by an aging neck, a herniated or ruptured disc, osteoporosis, or stenosis.

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Multiple Sclerosis

It can cause you to experience fatigue, difficulty using your arms and legs due to weakness or spasticity, slowed cognition, pain or depression. You may have MS and are not even aware of the many symptoms that are affecting you.

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Diabetes

If your blood sugar level is not under good control, you may feel sick all of the time. Whether you have Diabetes Type 1 or Diabetes Type 2 you may suffer from long-term consequences from diabetes. Such complications include neuropathy, retinopathy, kidney damage and heart complications.

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