[bookmark] [zoomtabsandaccordions skin=”skin-blue” design_tabsposition=”top” design_transition=”default” design_highlightcolor=”#c33030″ settings_enable_linking=”off” settings_is_always_accordion=”off” toggle_type=”accordion” settings_appendwholecontent=”off” design_tabswidth=”default” refresh_tab_height=”0″][dzstaa_tab][dzstaa_tab_title]Background[/dzstaa_tab_title][dzstaa_tab_content] Muscle tension is commonly associated with stress and anxiety. Our muscles become tense when we detect danger, as a result of activation of the fight or flight response. Other physiological changes include increased heart rate, sweating, dilated pupils, and quick, shallow breathing. These […]
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