Effect of Relaxation Therapy on the Control of Diabetes Mellitus
While many people had regarded diabetes as a purely physical disease there has long been evidence of its interaction with psychological variables.
KeywordsAutonomic Nervous System Trait Anxiety Significant Interaction Effect Metabolic Parameter Blood Sugar Level
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