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Category: Chronic Pain

Can Yoga Help Treat Chronic Pain?

Chronic pain is a persistent and often debilitating condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including injury, disease, and nerve damage, and can take many forms, including back pain, fibromyalgia, and migraines. While there are many treatments available for chronic pain,…

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How Does Meditation Help Chronic Pain?

Meditation is a practice that involves focusing one's attention on a specific object, thought, or activity to cultivate a state of mindfulness or relaxation. It has been shown to have numerous benefits for physical and mental health, including helping manage chronic pain. What is Chronic Pain? Chronic pain can be…

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The Psychobiology of Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is one of the most common conditions in the United States, with an estimated 25% of the total adult population experiencing it. That means more Americans are affected by it than heart disease, diabetes, and cancer combined. It can be seriously debilitating and challenging to live with, whether…

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Woman with CRPS clutching her stomach in pain

CRPS: Type 1 Vs. Type 2

If you broke an arm or leg, it’s normal to experience occasional discomfort even after the injury heals. But if the pain is severe, lasts more than six months, and you begin noticing physical changes in the injured limb, you may be experiencing what’s known as complex regional pain syndrome.…

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Acute Pain Vs. Chronic Pain

Most people experience pain, mostly acute, which normally has a specific cause and disappears on its own. But some pain without an obvious cause lingers for six months or more, progressively becoming chronic and interfering with your daily life. Therapy and certain medicine like ketamine may help reduce its symptoms.Read…

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Does Chronic Pain Go Away?

Is Chronic Pain Forever? Pain itself is not really a condition but is most often a symptom of some underlying injury or illness. In most cases, this pain -- what is known as acute pain -- goes away after your injury or illness has healed. If it doesn’t go away,…

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