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Flight, fight or nap? Responding to stress with learned helplessness.

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#1 Joelf


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Posted 18 March 2014 - 01:25 PM

Flight, fight or nap? Responding to stress with learned helplessness.


Many people respond to stress and anxiety by getting tired, sleepy and depleted of strength, then taking a nap as a response to stress and anxiety. Washington Times, 01/07/2014. (Also see: Causes of Scleroderma: Stress and Fatigue)


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Posted 18 March 2014 - 02:52 PM

Really interesting article Jo, I certainly know of relatives who have suffered this paralysis in response to stress/anxiety and I know that I am someone who can need to sleep in response to stress/anxiety. So, could we have this response to scleroderma, would it make the fatigue we already have worse? After all scleroderma can cause extreme stress and anxiety!


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