Linking pain with emotion can have negative impact on the way the body feel’s

1 – Headaches and Migraines
Most chronic headaches and migraines are triggered by the daily stresses of life. Generalized anxiety also causes headaches. Repressed (bottled-up) emotions surrounding stress — such as anxiety, worry, drama, and fatigue — can increase muscle tension, and dilated (widened) blood vessels can make a migraine worse.

An interesting trigger of the contemporary headache may be associated with the company we keep. For example, do you notice a tension headache when your abusive partner arrives home? Does your frontal headache show up around the time your narcissistic boss shows up to work?

2 – Neck and Shoulder Pain
As stress starts to accumulate in our minds and bodies, the first place it typically manifests physically is in our shoulders and neck. Chronic neck and shoulder pain often arise from trying to carry the weight of the world on one’s shoulders, an inability to let go of a person or situation, or the inability to forgive.

3 – Back Pain
The emotional link to back pain depends on the area. Upper back pain can indicate you are lacking proper emotional support from those around you. Lower back pain, on the other hand, might mean that you’re worried about your financial situation.

4 – Abdominal Pain
Emotional stress wreaks havoc [4] on our digestive system. Long-term depression, anxiety, or PTSD can cause irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), chronic ulcers, and general discomfort. Many stomach disorders indicate a failure to “stomach” a person or a situation which you dread or cannot tolerate. It can also mean that it’s difficult for you to deal with a person or situation that contradicts your plans, habits, or lifestyle. This may cause you to inwardly criticize yourself, preventing you from letting go of the situation.

Pain or stiffness in our hips might indicate fear of going forward in major decisions or feeling there’s nothing to move forward to. Are you trying to avoid moving on from a past experience or state? Knee pain, stiffness or inflexibility may reflect rigidity in your perception of the future. It occurs more often in those who are unable to bend to new ideas, such as the idea of a different life. Pain in our arms might represent the incapacity and inability to hold the experiences of life.

Our bodies sometimes utilize widespread musculoskeletal pain as a defensive tool to distract our minds from chronic emotional repression or imbalance. If you’ve been diagnosed with fibromyalgia and medical treatments just aren’t working, consider thoroughly evaluating your emotional state.

Counseling or Group Therapy

Over long periods of time, negative emotions can start to feel “normal.” If you aren’t sure where to start, talking to a therapist can help identify some areas to improve. Support groups can also provide dynamic feedback in a safe environment.

Yoga and Meditation

Many studies show that developing a yoga and meditation routine can reduce symptoms of anxiety or depression and help us move towards a more-balanced emotional state.

Sometimes we repress our emotions which, over time, leads to psychosomatic pain. Developing better communication skills can help us express our emotions properly so they don’t create an unnecessary burden on our bodies. If you are in a situation or relationship where you aren’t able to express yourself or your emotions, it may be time to consider ways to detach so you can move forward into emotional and physical healing.

Our emotions are often directly linked to our physical ailments. By identifying and treating our negative mental state, we can properly heal our bodies from the inside out.

Let’s talk about your mood+ attitude  and how that could have a negative impact on the way the body deal’s with pain. Psychosomatic pain is a specific type of physical pain triggered by our psychological state.

Psychosomatic pain is a disorder characterized by chronic and physical symptoms with no apparent medical explanation. The term is derived from the word psyche referring to our mental state and soma which means body. Consider also that the word pain comes from the Latin word poena which means “penalty.”

As the current of an emotion travels along our neural pathways, it triggers a release of chemical proteins called neuropeptides.  Each emotion has its own individual frequency simultaneously releases a corresponding receptor active peptide.The late Dr. Candace B. Pert, author of Molecules of Emotion, wrote about how unprocessed emotions in the body actually become stuck, thereby affecting a person’s entire system.

Negative emotions and negative thoughts have a different energetic frequency than positive emotions and thoughts, they can distort the organs, tissues, and cells that surround wherever they’re stored in the body.Our bodies literally punish us for putting them through hell an stressful emotional experiences. Unfortunately, negative emotions might not even be our own fault, but our bodies can’t tell the difference. Long-term emotional abuse or childhood neglect can manifest in chronic psychosomatic pain through no fault of our own.

Emotional inconveniences can also express themselves throughout our bodies in different forms of pain. The pain can last for years and even spread from one part of our body to another. We often won’t find a physical explanation or successful pharmaceutical treatment because there simply isn’t one.

Our minds and bodies work together, Mental pain can directly cause nerve damage and other physical pain.  we can also harness our minds to relieve physical pain, as well.In order to heal our bodies we need to identify and treat the negative emotions we might be going through everyday.

When we feel emotionally balanced our bodies reflect this positive feeling as well  but when we
Positive emotions such as contentment or satisfaction has a positive action to the  brain and tells it to release chemicals like as serotonin or dopamine to make our bodies feel good. Dopamine is your body’s natural pain reliever also serotonin which make us laugh and feel happy.

When we find ourselves in a less-than-positive emotional state this mental state can express itself throughout our bodies. The brain release’s toxic levels of cortisol when we’re exposed to long-term physical, mental, or emotional stress. Our brain chemistry gets burnt-out and our bodies reflect this in physical ways.

The type of pain linked to high levels of cortisol or adrenal fatigue is easy for most people to identify, but emotional stress can express itself physically in many ways. For many people, chronic emotional stress just feels normal. Sometimes we don’t even realize we’re in an unbalanced emotional state until we start examining our physical pain and attempt to determine its source.

Do you have chronic headaches or a kink in your back you just can’t seem to shake? Have you already tried everything medically available but the pain just won’t go away? You could be looking in the wrong places.
Many types of pain are directly linked to our emotions. Once we identify what’s causing the pain, we can start healing from the inside out.

Sleep is a important part for the brain and body to help start the healing process, When your not able to sleep because of pain it definitely prolongs the healing process and could have a negative impact on your recovery.  Always try to keep a positive attitude 1 day at a time because remember there is always someone more worse off than you and it could be worse.  ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRE’S


Pain is defined as physical suffering or discomfort caused by illness or injury. An individual can suffer from chronic pain for years, while trying many forms of treatment however that  doesn’t have to be a lifelong ailment. Pain rehabilitation addresses the medical, physical, emotional and functional side of pain to empower individuals to regain control of their life through a variety of therapeutic interventions and treatments. Many people are not familiar with pain rehabilitation,

It’s about you controlling the pain instead of it controlling you.  Loss of control is usually the top complaint of people with chronic pain. Pain rehabilitation puts you back in the driver’s seat instead of pain, by teaching you a variety of strategies to reduce pain, improve mood and increase activity.

It’s also about the brain.  All perception, including pain, is understood by the brain. Traditional medical approaches to treating chronic pain focus mainly on the area of the body that produces the pain signal. While this is needed, all chronic pain guidelines emphasize the additional need to focus on the brain and spinal cord when understanding and treating chronic pain. Pain rehabilitation is about treating the whole person.

It takes a team, sometimes a village, to get better. Chronic pain affects virtually all aspects of a person’s life; therefore, it takes a team of dedicated professionals (who specialize in chronic pain) working in unison with the patient, family and payer to regain control of life. This team includes a physician and nurse, pain psychologist, doctoral level physical therapists and a biofeedback therapist.

Our body and mind need movement.  Research strongly recommends patients with chronic pain continue realistic activity levels to prevent the condition from become worse. This includes pain problems such as arthritis, fibromyalgia and back pain. Most people experience less pain once their body regains mobility. There is also a wealth of research showing that movement and exercise help reduce stress and improve mood.

Don’t ignore stress. Pain increases stress and stress worsens pain.  Pain rehabilitation teaches a variety of stress management strategies including biofeedback, mindfulness training, education and psychological treatment.  Some patients may need antidepressant medication to help when depression or stress are severe

Allowing pain to ‘be your guide” to activity may be making you worse. Chronic pain is completely different from acute pain (e.g. sports injury, post-operative) in that allowing pain to dictate your activity is likely to lead to muscle weakness, reduced range of motion and sedentary activity.  This, in turn, typically worsens pain and leads to depression as well as frustration. Pain rehabilitation will help you know the difference between “bad pain” and activity which may injure you vs “good pain” which is part of getting better

spinal cord stimulator

Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) has become a standard of care for people with chronic back and neck pain. Advances in SCS technology have allowed people with chronic spine-related pain to reduce or eliminate their need for pain medications and return to comfortable, productive lives. To better understand what you need to know before undergoing SCS,

SCS is best at treating neuropathic pain from a pinched or injured nerve, and is also good at treating mechanical back pain from such conditions as degenerative disc disease, radiculopathy (pain that radiates down an arm or leg), spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal), failed back surgery or residual pain following back surgery, and sciatica. In addition, SCS is useful in treating complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), which is a relatively uncommon form of chronic pain.
SCS does not treat weakness or numbness and is not useful in treating pain from a bone fracture or cancer.

I recommend trying conventional treatments for at least 3 to 6 months before considering use of SCS. However, in special cases, such as patients with CRPS, SCS should be used sooner because the success rates plummet if pain persists for more than a year. This is because the pain pathways become rewired in people with have CRPS for more than one or two years, making it harder to reverse the condition.

SCS is used by pain management physicians such as anesthesiologists, physiatrists, orthopedic spine surgeons, and neurosurgeons. Also, SCS is increasingly being used by neurologists for other conditions such as occipital neuralgia (a form of severe headache), general surgeons to treat nerve pain from hernias, and cardiovascular surgeons for intercostal neuralgia (rib pain following surgery).

First of all  choose a physician who  is experienced with SCS and you feel you can trust, Do your home work on  physicians who have treated 20 to 30 patients with SCS are considered experienced.
Also, appropriate patient selection and expectations are equally important. Each patient should undergo a SCS trial before the device is implanted to make sure that the pain is relieved by this treatment. Unfortunately, patients may be desperate for relief and request SCS implantation, even if they do not have a good response to the SCS trial. If the SCS trial is not positive, the SCS should not be implanted, and other treatments should be offered. Remember once you go ahead with the surgery along with the stimulator there is a lithium ion battery that has to go into the buttock’s and will need to be replaced in a maximum 9yr time frame depending on your usage of the stimulator meaning another surgery+ you can not lay or lean on the internal hardware.

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Here we talk about pain and the daily struggle’s we encounter, by talking about how one deal’s with his or her pain and still be able to get there day to day task’s done. 1 out of every 3 people will experience some kind of back pain in their life so that being said there is a lot of people in this world  that can and will relate to pain,but there is still more people that don’t understand living with pain on a daily,like  back and nerve pain can cause numerous change’s in one’s  life, alter the way we live because are bodies are governed around the way neuron’s in the brain are receiving  signal’s through out the body so when something hurt’s your brain let’s you know and that can have a negative  impact about the way you feel, The mind is powerful and can help heal the body.  it’s important to try and get as much sleep as possible,  mind over matter to a point.  compare different way’s to live with pain and still live a life worth living,stay positive because it all start’s with  attitude and the way you handle the situation, hope to share more pain tricks and tips to help you and me.                                                                  check here for a proper hiking pack

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