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July 17, 2012

Understanding Situational Anxiety Papilloma Virus

            There is an epidemic spreading across the United States and even around the world.  Its origin differs from case to case, but everyone has the potential to be affected by it.  

            Situational Anxiety Papilloma Virus, or SAP, is a naturally occurring entity in humans but normally exists on a small scale.  Like many symbiotes in the human body, different triggers can set off an imbalance that grows exponentially until the condition becomes serious.  

            Symptoms of SAP include irritability, sleeplessness, mild depression, over-planning, and in rare cases twitching.  Some people recognize SAP right away and seek treatment immediately while others don’t notice until the symptoms are pointed out to them.  Some remain in denial as the disease festers and takes over.

            Although there is no cure for Situational Anxiety Papilloma Virus and prevention is not always possible, remission is possible.  SAP treatments include yoga, massage, spa therapy, medication, psycho-therapy, and faith.  

            If you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms of SAP, get help. Have that worry-wart removed before it gets too big!

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