Users' questions

What emotions cause disease?

What emotions cause disease?

Overweight: Need for protection; insecurity; seeking love; fear of loss; stuffing feelings. Frequent pains: Punishment for guilt; blockage; belief in bondage. Rheumatism: Resentment; lack of love; chronic bitterness; feeling of revenge. Ulcers: Anxiety; fear of not being good enough.

Where can I report side effects from paclitaxel?

You may report side effects to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088. Copyright © 2021 IBM Watson Health. All rights reserved. Information is for End User’s use only and may not be sold, redistributed or otherwise used for commercial purposes.

What are the physical effects of an eating disorder?

There can be low blood glucose (hypoglycemia), abnormal glucose tolerance, low blood proteins and there can be various other vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Most of these chemical disturbances cause weakness and lack of energy.

What are the effects of stress on your body?

Common effects of stress on your body. Headache. Muscle tension or pain. Chest pain. Fatigue. Change in sex drive. Stomach upset. Sleep problems.

What are the consequences of using marijuana?

Side effects of marijuana use, long term, can include increased risk of cancers and impaired cognition and memory. Effects of smoking weed include the desirable effects of marijuana, called the “high,” and the negative effects of marijuana.

What are the physical consequences of stress?

How stress affects the body varies from person to person, but the common physical effects of stress are: Low energy levels. Headaches. Stomachaches and nausea. Insomnia. Chest pains. Frequent colds or other illnesses. Shaking or sweating hands.

What are the side effects of being stressed?

There are also cumulative effects of stress on the body. The longer and the more frequently one experiences stress, the more likely one will start having health problems. Some long-term effects of stress include: disruption of sleep patterns, headaches, stomachaches, weight gain or weight loss, and accumulation of fat around the abdomen.

What are symptoms of severe stress?

As the stress level increases, or if it lasts over a longer period of time, a person may begin to experience more severe emotional or even physical symptoms: Excessive fatigue. Depression. Thoughts of hurting yourself or others. Headaches. Nausea and vomiting. Diarrhea. Chest pain or pressure.