If there is one thing that many of us would like to live without, it’s pain. When you really stop to think about it, however, pain is a natural response of the human body and, when it is experienced properly, it can let us know if the body is experiencing problems. The unfortunate problem is that many of us experience chronic pain as a result of inflammation and other difficulties and it can severely limit our quality of life.
Most of us think about pain as being a signal of a physical problem, such as a cut, bruise or perhaps a strained back. The fact of the matter is, there are many emotional issues that can lead the pain as well and the pain can be quite persistent. That pain can affect the upper or lower back, head, elbow, hip, neck and shoulder.
When you recognise that pain can be caused by emotional or psychological problems, it really opens up an opportunity to treat the issue differently. This video goes into 12 different types of chronic pain that are related to emotional stress and how those issues can take place.