Caring for your Pain: You Have Options

"I've had back pain for years. Last month I had to go on disability...", "I know I'm in a bad mood a lot, but it's no fun being in pain..."

Posted by Psych Hub
1 year ago

Everyone has experienced pain if you’ve ever bumped your knee or had a headache, you know what acute pain is like. It can be sharp, dull, throbbing or aching. If the pain becomes chronic or last longer than three months, it can impact mood, sleep, activities and even relationships. The good news is that there are several effective and healthy ways to care for pain. This short video explores the topic of pain and chronic pain and the several effective and health options for treating and managing this challenging subject.

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Caring for your Pain: You Have Options

Last updated 1 year ago

Everyone has experienced pain if you’ve ever bumped your knee or had a headache, you know what acute pain is like. It can be sharp, dull, throbbing or aching. If the pain becomes chronic or last longer than three months, it can impact mood, sleep, activities and even relationships. The good news is that there are several effective and healthy ways to care for pain. This short video explores the topic of pain and chronic pain and the several effective and health options for treating and managing this challenging subject.