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Headaches: While headaches may result from sleepless nights and heat fever, a major reason for regular headaches is stress. It can happen because of worries about possible failures, little things, or constant rushing.

Eyelid Twitching: This has nothing to do with the good or bad happenings in your life. The eyelid twitching is a muscle spasm that typically occurs around one eye and last for a few minutes because of stress.

Muscle Pain: Stress easily makes way to the base of the head. That is one reason you’re your neck and shoulders feel insanely tense at many times.
Hair Fall: Heightened stress levels can cause your beautiful locks to shed in clumps. While some people tend to ignore it thinking it’s a hormonal change, at most times it is stress that triggers multiple hair follicles to fall off.

Itchy Skin: No, itchy skin and red rashes are not always a product of allergy. Stress influences the skin to wear off easily leading to the creepy itchy feeling all the time.

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