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August 26, 2016

Emotional stress is the silent killer.  Just like fibromyalgia and other similar conditions, you can't see it, and unless your partner, friend, co-worker, or parent is "acting crazy" or seems very depressed, you'd never know that they were experiencing emotional stress. 

Emotional stress can be triggered by many things including a death in the family, a stressful family life, work, or even events that happened to an individual in his or her past.  People experience emotional stress in different ways, and therefore each person's symptoms may be different.  Some people will become extremely tired - chronic fatigue - while others will become depressed.  Those two usually go hand-in-hand. Still others may experience reoccurring cold sore outbreaks, the flu, colds or other ailments that just won't seem to go away.  Psoriasis and eczema have also been shown to worsen or cause a person to have an outbreak when they are under long-term undue emotional stress. 

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