Pain is a common symptom of a variety of conditions and can be felt in many different ways. It can intensify during flare-ups, subside at other times, and can last for brief moments or for several months.
Pain signals are sent from nerve endings in your joints, muscles and other tissues up through the spinal cord to the brain. The brain is where pain is ‘registered’. Your pain response can be influenced by many factors, like prior painful episodes and your emotional status. Your brain can also send signals to your body that can change the way you react to pain. These signals use chemicals that reduce the pain signals from the body to the brain. They may also diminish your pain sensitivity. The release of these chemicals may be increased by physical activity and relaxation exercises and techniques.
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