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Practice Health To treat pain, manage stress

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Posted: Saturday, July 5, 2014 10:35 pm

Stress is a major factor in how your mind and body react to disease, pain, personal relationships, even your ability to reason through a situation.

There are times when stress is a fantastic motivator. Marathon runners, stock traders (the Wall Street kind, not the kind who hear “moo” all day) and college students all perform wonders with the stress of competition and survival bearing down on them like a semi-truck.

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