Linköping University Post Print Physiological responses to low-force work and psychosocial stress in women with chronic trapezius myalgia

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Background: Repetitive and stressful work tasks have been linked to the development of pain in the trapezius muscle, although the underlying mechanisms still remain unclear. In earlier studies, it has been hypothesized that chronic muscle pain conditions are associated with imbalance in the autonomic nervous system, predominantly expressed as an increased… (More)

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@inproceedings{Sjors2009LinkopingUP, title={Linköping University Post Print Physiological responses to low-force work and psychosocial stress in women with chronic trapezius myalgia}, author={Anna Sjors and Britt K. Larsson and Joakim Dahlman and Torbjorn S Falkmer and Bjorn Gerdle and Anna Sj{\"{o}rs and Torbj{\"{o}rn Falkmer and B. Gerdle}, year={2009} }