Chronic pain is actually excessively common in Americans. The problem with chronic pain is that it is very difficult to diagnose and even more difficult to treat. Sometimes the only real treatment could be simply avoiding the triggers that seem to worsen the pain. For one thing, avoid anxiety and stress, since they can send people spinning in a cycle of sleepless and painful nights – which are clearly undesirable. Make sure they treat themselves to a proper amount of sleep every night. Temperature swings can be a trigger as well, but unfortunately there is not much we can do about that. Overexertion, whether in exercise or at work, can also increase people’s likelihood of triggering their pain. Lastly, there may be some inflammatory foods that trigger people’s pain attacks. These would be different for everyone, so there is no definitive list of foods to stay away from.
- FIVE COMMON CAUSES OF CHRONIC BACK PAIN TRIGGERS AND WAYS TO AVOID THE TRIGGERS. ANXIETY AND STRESS, BAD SLEEPING HABITS, TEMP SWINGS, OVEREXHAUSTION, INFLAMMITORY FOODS
- THERE ARE WAYS TO AVOID THE TRIGGERS OF CHRONIC BACK PAIN, AND EVERYONE SUFFERING SHOULD TALK TO THEIR DOCTER AND FIND WAYS TO AVOID THEM
- MANY AMERICAN SUFFER FROM THIS, AND ITS HARD TO DIAGNOSE AND EVEN HARDER TO TREAT. AS WELL AS CRACKDOWN ON THE MEDICATIONS USED TO TREAT THIS AVOIDING TRIGGERS MAY REDUSE SOME PAIN AND PROBLEMS
“I’ve learned there’s a broad range of triggers that tend to apply to a lot of people, but also that chronic pain is a uniquely individualized problem”