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108d

Can emotional well-being or mental health impact my lymphocyte count?

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    • LilyPerez

      107d

      Great question. Not sure your emotional well-being can have an actual impact on your lymphocyte count. my two cents though are that taking care of your mental health always helps stabilize things.

    • LilyPerez

      107d

      Great question. Not sure your emotional well-being can have an actual impact on your lymphocyte count. my two cents though are that taking care of your mental health always helps stabilize things.

    • sarah_smith

      107d

      Absolutely, emotional well-being can totally throw off your CBC. Anxiety is a bad influencer for your immune system. Try keeping those stress levels down, maybe some meditation or walks - and remember you're not alone in this journey :)

    • BenjaminLopezWA

      107d

      Hey there! I believe your mental health can totally mess with your lymphocyte count. The mental stress mostly, you know? Been there, and it messed up my counts big time. 😓 Chiller vibes help, trust me.

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