Here’s a handy infographic with tips to manage your stress and reduce your pain!

Have you ever been so stressed out that you physically feel pain in your neck, shoulders, or back? If you answered yes, according to the American Institute of Stress you are part of the 77% of the US population that regularly experiences physical pain due to stress.

Stress-related back, neck, or shoulder pain will typically go away after a few days or when the stress-factor is eliminated. If it doesn’t, your risk increases for a more significant spinal injury.

Reducing stress is easier said than done. Try the following tips to reduce stress, and the physical effects of stress, in your life:

Learn tips from First State Spine to manage your stress and reduce your pain!