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Can Anxiety Affect Your Whole Body?
Can Anxiety Affect Your Whole Body?

How Anxiety Can Cause Joint and Muscle Pain Put simply, anxiety is the body’s natural response to stress. Most everyone experiences anxiety from time to time, but some individuals experience excessive amounts of anxiety, which can be due to an anxiety disorder. Anxiety ...

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