Chronic pain can be disabling. It can interfere with how you move, sleep, concentrate, relate to others, and do your job.
According to the 2016 National Health Interview Survey, 1 in 5 Americans suffers from chronic pain. That means 50 million people deal with chronic pain and about 8% of them say that chronic pain wreaks havoc by interfering with their daily activities.
Chronic pain may be related to Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Back Pain, Headaches, Migraines, and the list can go on.
Chronic pain is pain lasting longer than 3 months.
Can you imagine not being able to sleep through the night because your pain wakes you up when every time you try to change position?
What if you’ve been diagnosed with an invisible condition like fibromyalgia where it hurts to walk more than 100 feet but because you don’t use a walker or cane, people don’t understand why you park in a handicap parking space?
Can you see picture yourself fighting the physical back...
Pain can be both good and bad.
It is good because it warns you to withdraw like when you touch a hot stove and immediately withdraw your hand.
Pain lets you know that something is wrong like when you wake up in the morning and feel back pain. If this happens for several mornings, the pain will eventually prompt you to seek a qualified medical specialist like a physical therapist.
Pain can also create a muscle spasm to guard or protect the injured area of the body.
Pain is bad when you 1) have to stop doing what you want to do, 2) can’t do what you want to do without thinking about whether or not you have or are going to have pain, and 3) when your muscles begin to weaken from lack of activity or when your circulation becomes poor from lack of movement.
Pain that gets in the way of you being able to enjoy your life is absolutely bad pain that needs to go away ASAP!
What kind of pain do you have?
Is it dull? Achy? Comes and goes?
Is it sharp? Shooting? Feel Numb? Tingling?
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