People who live with chronic pain can feel frustrated because there is no way to scientifically quantify their pain responses. However, a recent analysis of MRI scans of people in chronic pain show that there may be a way to map pain in the brain.
With shorter days, changes in the weather and three major holidays on the way, it’s no wonder that the winter months are often high times for depression. We have a few tips to help you deal with chronic pain and depression.
A new study indicates that frequently interrupted sleep can make one more susceptible to pain by altering the body's natural systems that regulate and control pain and can even lead to spontaneous painful symptoms.