Pain is the sensation of discomfort in the body that can vary from mild to moderate depending upon its cause.
Pain is "an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage or described in terms of such damage. Pain is classified as “Acute” or “Chronic”. Acute pain is typically referred to short term pain that is caused due to sudden distress caused to a body part, which sends a signal to the brain. Acute pain normally subsides when the cause of distress is addressed. An example of acute pain is pain caused due to an ankle sprain.
Chronic pain is a long-term pain that exists for more than 3 months and may or may not have a clear physiological reason. Examples of chronic pain are fibromyalgia (pain in the muscles and ligaments located in the lower back), osteoarthritis (joint pain caused due to eroding cartilage tissue or bones ware).
Pain conditions experienced and the underlying physiology varies depending on many factors. In general, inflammation, swelling, nerve tissue damage and other factors causes pain. Acute pain medications typically work by blocking nerve sensory signals. While there are few chronic pain medicines that try to improve conditions to alleviate the pain. One such example is the reduction of swelling that causes pain.
Our pain-care professional team is highly motivated in understanding the latest research, available natural remedies, for the safe and effective management of various types of pain.
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1As Defined by the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)