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Can mental stress affect my oral health?

Yes, stress can affect oral health. The most common problem with psychological stress is teeth clenching. This can happen without you realizing it. In severe...

Can mental stress cause mouth ulcers?

While there is no direct evidence to support that mental stress can cause mouth ulcer, there are some evidence that suggests that stress can...

Does alcohol have an effect on stress?

The consumption of alcohol can provide short-term relief but when people drink more alcohol in situations of chronic stress they develop psychological and medical...

Can stress be cured through changing food habits?

Your diet plays an important role in making your stress levels go up or down. Food can help tame stress in many ways. Some...

Can stress cause erectile dysfunction?

Yes. Stress can be a cause for psychological erectile dysfunction. Erections can be reflexive (related to physical stimulation), psychogenic (the result of mental or visual images)...
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