Stress and it’s Effects on Health and Disease

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2009 CONFERENCE PAPER


Every psychological imbalance has a physical imbalance. The psychological imbalances can appear as temporary mental/emotional imbalances or as more chronic mental disorders.

An example of this is feeling sad or lonely to having a full blown panic disorder. These, in fact, have the same underlying neurology. They are just different degrees of

innervation.

The physical imbalances associated with the psychological disorder are in both the anatomy and physiology. Every psychological disorder, whether it is a temporary feeling or a chronic condition has a neurological imbalance. This manifests in the neurotransmitters endocrine system etc. There is also an imbalance in the chakra

system that accompanies this. The chakras, in fact is where the imbalance is held.


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