Slideshow: Physical Symptoms of Depression – WebMD

https://www.webmd.com/depression/ss/slideshow-physical-symptoms-depression?ecd=wnl_emw_101321&ctr=wnl-emw-101321_lead_cta&mb=X9BGobA7BYgwk8%2FQ26MRUWdEpmNqbUHL5ZWpoSEk9GU%3D Depression   Slideshows Slideshow: Physical Symptoms of Depression Medically Reviewed by Smitha Bhandari, MD on September 11, 2019 Sleep Problems 1/12 Depression can affect your body as well as your mind. Trouble falling or staying asleep is common in people who are depressed. But some may find that they get too much shut-eye. Chest Pain 2/12 It canContinue reading “Slideshow: Physical Symptoms of Depression – WebMD”

What It’s Like to Constantly Battle Yourself Against a Chronic Illness – The Mighty

Chronic Illness What It’s Like to Constantly Battle Yourself Against a Chronic Illness Taylor S  •  FollowMarch 29, 2020 As much as I fight so hard to be strong, sometimes I let my illnesses and emotions get the best of me. More often than I like to admit, I struggle with my illnesses defining me and myContinue reading “What It’s Like to Constantly Battle Yourself Against a Chronic Illness – The Mighty”

Friday Morning Inspiration – Marian Griffey

Good morning, everyone ~ Many thoughts are filling my mind at this early hour (2:00a.m.) on this first day of 2021’s October. From the pandemic to a lifetime of losses/gains, to what “home” really means. Like most others, I have lived in many places. A total of 16 dwellings, across 3 states, over a spanContinue reading “Friday Morning Inspiration – Marian Griffey”

Friday Morning Inspiration – Marian Griffey

Good morning, everyone ~ It could not have been better had Hollywood orchestrated the arrival — Autumn arrived and with apropos cooler/drier conditions. The climatic change has generated a delightful ripple-effect of “better”  ta-dah! No magic cure, however. I am still dealing with the back pain. Improved weather conditions simply makes the back pain a weeContinue reading “Friday Morning Inspiration – Marian Griffey”

When You Live in a Constant State of Pain – The Mighty

When You Live in a Constant State of Pain Tara Clifton  •  FollowNovember 5, 2018 Chronic pain is the most complex and difficult feeling to describe. It is my constant feeling. It is the same as asking someone to describe how breathing and blinking feels. It is less of a feeling, it is more of a stateContinue reading “When You Live in a Constant State of Pain – The Mighty”

Twenty-five ‘Scary’ Side-effects of Chronic Pain We Don’t Talk About – The Mighty

Chronic Pain 25 ‘Scary’ Side Effects of Chronic Pain We Don’t Talk About Paige Wyant  •  FollowNovember 5, 2018 As those who live with it know, chronic pain can result in so many more symptoms and side effects than “just” pain. Pain conditions can have an impact on just about every part of your life, thus provoking a wideContinue reading “Twenty-five ‘Scary’ Side-effects of Chronic Pain We Don’t Talk About – The Mighty”

Objective Pain Assessment: a Key for the Management of Chronic Pain – PubMed.gov – National Library of Medicine

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32047606/ .  2020 Jan 23;9:F1000 Faculty Rev-35. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.20441.1. eCollection 2020. Objective Pain Assessment: a Key for the Management of Chronic Pain Xiaohan Xu 1, Yuguang Huang 1Affiliations expand PMID: 32047606 PMCID: PMC6979466 DOI: 10.12688/f1000research.20441.1 Free PMC article Abstract The individual and social burdens associated with chronic pain have been escalating globally. Accurate pain measurement facilitates early diagnosis, disease progression monitoring and therapeutic efficacyContinue reading “Objective Pain Assessment: a Key for the Management of Chronic Pain – PubMed.gov – National Library of Medicine”

Coping with Chronic Pain – American Psychological Association

Coping with chronic pain Chronic pain is physically and psychologically stressful and its constant discomfort can lead to anger and frustration with yourself and your loved ones.Date created: 20113 min read Chronic Illness Pain 0 Chronic pain is physically and psychologically stressful and its constant discomfort can lead to anger and frustration with yourself andContinue reading “Coping with Chronic Pain – American Psychological Association”

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Fact Sheet – National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

https://www.ninds.nih.gov/Disorders/Patient-Caregiver-Education/Fact-Sheets/Complex-Regional-Pain- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Fact Sheet What is complex regional pain syndrome?What are typical symptoms of CRPS?What causes CRPS?How is CRPS diagnosed?How is CRPS treated?What research is currently being done on CRPS?Where can I get more information? What is complex regional pain syndrome? Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a broad term describing excessContinue reading “Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Fact Sheet – National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke”

Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: Nonpharmacologic, Noninvasive Treatments – PubMed.gov – National Library of Medicine

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33064421/ Review Am Fam Physician . 2020 Oct 15;102(8):465-477. Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: Nonpharmacologic, Noninvasive Treatments Diane M Flynn 1Affiliations expand PMID: 33064421 Abstract Chronic low back pain, neck pain, hip and knee osteoarthritis, and fibromyalgia are the most common types of chronic musculoskeletal pain. Because no individual therapy has consistent benefit, a multimodal treatment approach to chronic musculoskeletal pain isContinue reading “Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: Nonpharmacologic, Noninvasive Treatments – PubMed.gov – National Library of Medicine”