Preventing emotional "stress fractures"

06/20/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Responding to trauma and the everyday "stress fractures" of anxiety and stress with healthy eating and exercise can greatly improve your well-being, says registered dietitian and licensed psychotherapist Lisa Dorfman, author of the new book "Performance Nutrition for Tackling Stress." "The everyday stress that men and women experience regularly ... can cause hairline fractures on your emotions and soul," Dorfman says. "If we don't deal with them, they store up inside you until something major like a storm or a sudden death causes them to break free at once."

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