The Effects of Chronic Pain on the Body, Mind, and Spirit

Pain and especially chronic pain (CRPS) is one of the most common reasons for patients to consult a doctor. Living with chronic pain is a life-hardenining process. We must always keep in mind some points. Chronic pain management is not evaluated holistically in modern medicine. The presence of chronic regional pain syndrome and how severe they are depends on the mental state, general personality traits and social environment of the person concerned. As well as their metabolic status.

However, in some people, the body may react with anxiety, chronic pain depression or sleep disorders as well as pain control problems . Especially chronic pain and depression is affecting people’s social life. With the combination of these symptoms, the person becomes inoperable and creates an additional burden. We can also call all these symptoms “triggering negative factors”. The factors that intensify the pain. For this reason, our approach in chronic pain treatment should be holistic.

Disease’s Defining: How is It Different From Acute Pain?

Chronic pain usually begins with acute pain. These pains should be interpreted as an alarm signal and should tell you: “Take action against the chronic pain syndrome now, otherwise there is a risk of permanent damage.”

Acute pain does not necessarily mean damage to the body, but warns of long-term damage. For example, when you first feel the tension in your lower back, you should act directly.

What Happens in Your Body When You Experience Chronic Pain?

With crps disease, the brain’s warning and guidance function is lost. For this reason, it has been seen as an independent clinical picture independent of cause and effect.

For example, if you injure your finger, many pain sensors are activated at this point. Pain in the form of electrical signals is transmitted through the entire nervous system to your brain. This eventually processes the pain signal and sends the “pain” message.

Once the cause of the pain has been addressed and the wound has healed, the pain alarm usually goes away. However, in the case of crps syndrome, pain transmission does not stop even after your wound has healed for a long time.

The nervous system develops hypersensitivity to pain and creates a memory of pain. Subsequently, the disease persists, especially affecting the back.

There is 10 important question for detection of this syndrome.

What is Chronic Pain?

Long-term pain is called “chronic pain”. The time limit is usually 2 to 6 months. Pain and suffering are influenced by physical, psychological, cognitive, and social factors. If the ache lasts longer than 3 months, it is called chronic pain.

Where Can Chronic Pain Occur?

Low back pain predominates in most of the patients. But pain in the stomach, chest, head, or joints can also become chronic.

What Are the Causes of chronic pain?

There are many possibilities here. These may be rheumatic diseases or chronic diseases such as diabetes. Other physical and psychological triggers for this syndrome include:

Injured or inflamed nerve fibers
Inappropriate use of locomotor muscles
Social conflicts

What does pain memory do?

Pain memory is responsible for this disease. For example, if acute pain occurs after an operation, the pain is stored in the memory. Even if the cause of the pain is removed, the pain memory can remember and trigger the pain. This is where multimodal therapy comes in to avoid further surgery.

How is chronic pain treated?

Regulatory medicine-neural therapy clinics that mainly offer the crps treatment are based on the concept of bio-psycho-social chronic pain relief new treatments. Holistic therapy includes body, soul and social environment. Depending on the cause of the pain, multimodal therapeutic approaches are used. Among them are:

Vital nutrients and orthomolecular support
Elimination of dysbiosis
Healthy and balanced diet
Dealing with latent acidosis
relaxation therapy
Fill in pain diaries
Manual medicine, manual therapy, chiropractic, osteopathy
Limbic system support and psychological care

How can Crps be prevented?

Pain; It may occur with headache and back pain that occurs frequently or occurs after injuries, surgeries, and overload of the musculoskeletal system. This achers can be prevented if acute pain is effectively and quickly controlled. This prevents the patient’s nervous system from responding and developing a memory of pain.

Which exercise methods are suitable for this disease?

Crps occurs in different parts of the body and is triggered by different reasons. Therefore, certain movements are more suitable for certain ailments. For example, endurance sports can help with migraines and back pain. You don’t necessarily have to go to a gym, just walking up the stairs every day is a good exercise for crps.

How is the syndrome related to the psyche?

People with pre-existing psychiatric illnesses or exposed to work or family stress are more likely to experience crps. The social environment is often unaware of the crps experienced. This makes it difficult for the affected person to cope with the disease. For this reason, multidisciplinary care and new treatments for crps for patients becomes even more important.

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