pain

It is safe to say that everyone has experienced pain at some point during life. Pain not only causes physical discomfort; it can affect your mental and emotional health—increasing your stress and sapping your motivation. One pain researcher suggested that if he “included every disease that causes aches and pains, the list would wrap around the Earth.” Here we take a look at some of the common conditions that are known to cause pain, especially fibromyalgia, diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN), and opioid use disorder.

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Is Pain A Sensation Or An Emotion?

The United States uses a third of the world’s opioids but a fifth of Americans still say they suffer from chronic pain. The only demonstrable effect of two decades …

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Topical Pain Agents For Pain Relief

When you’re experiencing spasms, pain in your joints or muscle pain, topical pain relievers are a good alternative for pain management. These medications are …

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What To Know About Muscle Strain

Muscle strains vary in severity depending on how much damage the muscle fibers sustain. Strains range from mild overexertion to a partial or complete …