Stress and Pain Management

To understand how natural pain relief works, it is vital to know how stress affects your body. Pain and stress have an identical effect on the body: your pulse and vital sign rise, breathing becomes fast and shallow, and your muscles tighten. You can actually feel your body's response when you're faced with a sudden, stressful event, like fearing that a car is close to hit you. The car misses you and, in time, your system returns to normal. You relax. With chronic stress, like worrying about health or finances, feeling stuck during a bad job or marriage, or fearing that something bad will happen, the system nervous keeps the body on alert. This takes a big toll on your body. Levels of stress hormones increase, and muscles remain during a nearly constant state of tension. Pain and stress are closely connected in some ways. Stress is that the body’s physical response when it’s anesthetizes tons of pressure and called upon to form many changes. Symptoms of stress include; increased pain, fatigue, low mood, difficulty sleeping and changes appetite. Stress is unavoidable and experienced by everyone alike. However for people those are affected by ongoing pain, stress often features a greater impact.

Three sources of stress are often identified for people affected by ongoing pain:

• The experience of pain itself is intrinsically stressful.

• The consequences of ongoing pain produce stressors in everyday life.

• Everyday stressors (which are not related with the pain itself, or consequences of pain on life).

Each person is different, with varying reasons for being in stress and pain. Therefore it's important to seem at each case individually and affect the underlying issues for that person.

Broadly, stress management should include;

In some situations you cannot remove or change the cause of the stress. Learning to simply accept that's essential for effective stress management. It is also important to keep in mind that nobody is perfect. Dealing with stress is difficult and there are no correct thanks to cope. Saying things to you like “I should have coped better”, “I’m not coping with this” can often lead to additional stress. Having realistic expectations of yourself et al. is important permanently stress management.

Strategies to overcome the harmful effects of stress;

• Don’t be afraid to seek help with difficult problems: Sometimes problems are too big or too complex for you to work on by yourself. Getting help from you family, friends, GP, or other health or community worker can make it easier to affect the issues and deal with the strain.

• Try relaxation and meditation techniques: Relaxation and meditation can be helpful to calm yourself and feel more in control. They even have an impact on the amount of muscle tension in your body, so help to decrease your stress levels too.

 

 

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