Pain management is important because when left alone, it will start to affect your overall quality of life. Trying to tolerate pain and not going to the doctor for help can eventually cause decline in your social, emotional, and physical wellbeing. It may also lead to depression especially when you experience the changes happening around […]
Those who are suffering from chronic musculoskeletal pain or CMP may feel incapable of exercise because of the pain. However, doctors would usually advise that exercise is part of recovering from CMP. An active body triggers the release of healthy doses of endorphins, a neurotransmitter acting as the body’s natural painkiller. A good workout also […]
When it comes to chronic pain, it is important to know what is causing it and how you can get better or at least relieve yourself from the pain. Doing this allows you to perform your daily tasks without compromising productivity. You must consult your doctor about your condition and ask about treatment plans.
Pain is not easy to manage especially when we have no idea what is causing it. When you are experiencing chronic pain, it feels like there is no end to it. However, consulting your physician and following his/her advice can help relieve your pain.
Living a life with chronic pain causes a great decline in […]
Chronic musculoskeletal pain (CMP) is when you experience body pain all the time and cannot pinpoint the cause. CMP is a result of repetitive strain, overuse, and work-related musculoskeletal disorders that usually cause pain in bones, joints, and muscles. Pain gives us discomfort and prevents us from performing our daily tasks. It can be frustrating […]
Chronic musculoskeletal pain or CMP happens when the body feels overused and could not recover. Those who are experiencing CMP have a difficult time figuring out the main cause of pain. Usually, pain comes from the bones, joints, muscles, and other parts of the body. This is often caused by strenuous activities mixed with bad […]
Each person responds to stressors differently. We all cope differently and the more exposed we are to stress and challenges while growing up, the more chances we have of developing coping mechanisms that will help us get through. Some of us can stand extreme stressors and still work and deliver. Some of us breakdown and […]
It would be nice to live in a stress-free world, but such does not exist. There are a lot of things that could contribute to increase stress levels like work, the commute going to work, your lack of sleep because of the noise coming from your neighborhood, and other environmental factors that are out of […]