Chronic Pain

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Keep It Active: 4 Active Recovery Exercises For Chronic Pain

In a National Center for Health Statistics brief in 2020, around 20% of adults had chronic pain and 7% experienced chronic pain that limited daily living (often called high-impact chronic pain). In fact, it is one of the most common reasons adults seek medical care. It is important to point out that chronic pain can …

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Chronic Pain Treatment: How to Manage Chronic Pain in Adults

Chronic pain is an uncomfortable sensation in the body, which usually lasts for long periods of time. It can range from a few weeks to many months, and often goes undiagnosed until the pain becomes unbearable for the person. When chronic pain is left untreated, it can affect the person’s lifestyle, as continuous discomfort may …

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Non-opioid Pain Relievers Just as Effective as Opioids, Study Finds

As Dr. Gabor Maté pointed out on Tim Ferriss’ podcast recently, every three weeks, there are as many people dying from opioid-related overdoses in the United States as the number of casualties we saw in 9/111. This fact was straight from the report that came out of the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and …

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Trauma and Chronic Pain

Trauma and Chronic Pain: the Link and How to Recover

The link between trauma and negative health outcomes among adults, including chronic physical and mental illness, is well-established. What is less known are studies like this one by Harvard Health, and other research, suggesting there is a link between trauma and chronic pain. Modern pain professionals understand that pain is a function of the brain and our processing of …

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