The stress-based disease, known as stress-induced neuropathy, can be a chronic disease that requires treatment with a range of treatments.
The most common treatment is antibiotics, which are used to treat infections in the brain.
But there are also a range a treatments that can reduce the severity of the condition, including omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins and herbs.
“The most effective way to reduce the impact of stress is to reduce your levels of anxiety,” Dr Lee said.
“That means being more aware of what you are doing around the house, where you are spending your time, and how much time you are really working on your day-to-day responsibilities.”
People who are struggling with anxiety disorders need to be very conscious of how they are interacting with others, how they act around others, what their expectations are.
“It is important for people to have regular physical and mental check-ups to make sure they are doing everything right.”
There are certain things that you can do to ensure you are maintaining your stress level and maintaining your health, and this is something we know works,” Dr Lees said.
The National Stress Institute recommends that people are careful about where they go on holiday and to minimise stress-driven behaviour such as shopping, going to the cinema, and socialising.
It recommends that parents and other adults talk to their children about how stress can affect their well-being.”
It is a big part of managing your stress, so we recommend you do that as well,” Dr Laing said.
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