Can ten­sion lead to phys­i­cal ill­ness?

Citadel - - SPIRITUALITY -

A num­ber of phys­i­cal ill­nesses are caused by ten­sion. They range from anx­i­ety, headaches to ul­cers. Dr. Guird­ham, the au­thor of Cos­mic Fac­tors in Dis­ease, has writ­ten an­other book that is ti­tled Ob­ses­sion. In this book, Dr. Guird­ham tells us that ten­sion is the root cause of sev­eral dis­eases, in­clud­ing asthma, duo­de­nal ul­cers, mi­graine, mal­func­tion­ing of the colon and cer­tain forms of epilepsy. Be­sides, ten­sion al­ways leads to in­som­nia or sleep­less­ness. As a re­sult, the de­mand for sleep­ing pills keeps on grow­ing by day. Sleep is a nat­u­ral, restora­tive process. Af­ter a day’s work, a per­son should be able to sleep peace­fully. But, to­day, in many of our cities, peo­ple have sleep­less nights.

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