Physical Symptoms of Grief
This is a free to access resource, available through the Marie Curie website. The aim of the leaflet is to inform the reader of the physical symptoms of grief and how to cope. The leaflet gives a list of possible, physical symptoms of grief, these include, loss of appetite, anxiety attacks, restlessness and comfort eating. The second section gives advice on how to cope with these symptoms, this advice includes, doing some physical activity, learning relaxation techniques and making lists of things that are likely to change now that the loved one has died.
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