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Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain

Manage Acute Pain

Addressing acute pain promptly is vital to prevent its progression into chronic pain. Untreated acute pain can trigger alterations in the body’s pain processing, leading to long-term changes in the nervous system that sustain pain signals even after the initial injury has healed.

By managing acute pain early with suitable treatments, there’s a better chance of halting these neurological changes and breaking the cycle that leads to chronic pain. Timely intervention not only facilitates a faster recovery but also reduces the risk of persistent pain and its wide-ranging impacts on physical and mental well-being.

Not Managing Chronic Pain

When people do not take care of chronic pain, various negative consequences can occur, affecting different aspects of their physical, emotional, and social well-being. Here is a list of potential outcomes:
It’s important for individuals experiencing chronic pain to seek appropriate medical attention, adopt a comprehensive pain management plan, and address the physical, emotional, and social aspects of their well-being to mitigate these potential consequences.
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