What is Chronic Pain?

Chronic pain is a persistent and often debilitating condition that lasts for an extended period, typically lasting more than three to six months. Unlike acute pain, which serves as a warning signal of injury or illness, chronic pain persists beyond the normal healing process and can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. It can stem from various sources, including injury, nerve damage, inflammation, or underlying health conditions. Chronic pain may manifest as dull, aching, throbbing, or shooting sensations and can affect any part of the body.
Managing chronic pain often requires a comprehensive approach that addresses physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of the condition, including medication, physical therapy, lifestyle modifications, and psychological interventions.
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