Chronic pain is exists along with us

Everyone has experienced pain.  Acute pain is often due to some form of injury, like catching your finger in a door. Chronic pain, while normally not as intense as acute pain, lasts much longer. This article focuses on the types of chronic pain. Broadly, chronic pain comes from four sources:

Chronic pain, hidden but always present.

Chronic pain, hidden but always present.

  1. Nerves
  2. Muscles
  3. Bones and Joints
  4. Organ dysfunction

Details on these types of pain are as follows:

Nerve pain

normally happens because of an over active signal throughout a limb or an impairment of the nerve tracing back to the spine. The most common nerve pains are sciatica and carpal tunnel syndrome. Typically there will be numbness or tingling feeling, though some people say they feel a burning, or heavy, sensation.

Muscular pain

normally from stress or as a compensation for injuries elsewhere. Muscular pain can accompany nerve issues, especially when the back is injured.

Bones

pain in the bones and joints is caused by some form of inflammation or degradation, such as arthritis or osteoporosis.  Misalignment of the bones may also cause this. In the latter case, this can sometimes be relieved by relaxing the muscles nearby.

Organ dysfunction

organ dysfunction can cause referred pain, such as the left hand tingling in the case of a heart attack, though normally it is less severe than that. Organ dysfunction normally happens because of nutritional issues or because of toxins in the body. From there, the organs may be unable to give the body the vital substances and nutrition it needs to function properly, which can result in any of the types of pain already mention.

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