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Chronic Pain

Coping With Chronic Pain

Learning to deal with pain, especially chronic pain, is never easy. What works for someone may not work for you, and not every strategy you

How Common Is Multiple Sclerosis?
Multiple Sclerosis

How Common Is Multiple Sclerosis?

People may develop many kinds of neurological disorders, some with symptoms more manageable than others. If you find yourself experiencing numbness in your limbs, dizziness,

PTSD & Risk of Heart Disease
PTSD

PTSD & Risk of Heart Disease

You’ve suffered from occasional symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder for years, and now you’ve noticed you have minor chest pain and breathing problems. Are you

Bipolar Disorder

Supporting Someone With Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder affects millions of people, including adults and children. It’s non-discriminatory, meaning no one is safe from its corrosive grasp. The symptoms may creep

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Depression

What Is Depression Journaling?

If left untreated, even mild depression can lead to more severe physical and mental health problems. While some people are never treated, others look for

Therapy session patient and counselor
Chronic Pain

Supporting Someone with Chronic Pain

You had surgery for an ankle injury years ago, but something’s never felt right after you healed. Mild, random pain cropped up occasionally, but now

anxiety

Can Anxiety Cause Back Pain?

Sometimes, anxiety and stress can be a pain – literally – in your back. In fact, physical discomfort in your back is a common side

PTSD

Best Way to Treat PTSD

PTSD can happen to anyone who experiences or witnesses a traumatic event, with symptoms occasionally happening years after the incident. If you have flashbacks, bad

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