How Pain Explains Our Past

Portrait of two aged females doing yoga exercise for balance in sport gym

Everyone knows you start to experience pain when you get older, but have you ever thought of it as a way of explaining your past? Think about it. All of those years of strenuous work and wear and tear on your body, endless stress and effort from your job, activities and hobbies that you gave your all in.

It may not be the most comfortable outcome, but it's definitely a different way to look at the pain you experience in your later years. In this interesting article, you'll read about the neuroscience behind pain, behavior, and cognitive principles that can help manage the pain you've acquired throughout the years.

In fact, there's an entire study that was done that is published in the Journal of Pain that follows a group of participants over 15 years to see how time and age affects the progression of pain. The researchers even tested their theories using YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, so if you are a heavy user of social media, you should definitely check out their findings.

Read the full story here :: 15 Years of Explaining Pain - Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?