Study Suggests Exercise , May Provide Relief , From Chronic Pain.
‘TIME’ reports that several recent studies have attempted
to shed new light on chronic pain, which has become
increasingly common in the United States.
‘TIME’ reports that several recent studies have attempted
to shed new light on chronic pain, which has become
increasingly common in the United States.
Persistent chronic pain, which is more
prevalent in the U.S. than either diabetes
or depression, can be difficult to treat. .
According to a study published in the journal
‘Plos ONE,’ exercise may play a critical
role in recovering from chronic pain.
The data showed a link between
pain tolerance and people’s
self-reported activity levels.
According to the results, people who led
more active lifestyles were found to
have a higher tolerance for pain.
Over the course of the study, people
who exercised more were also found to
have a higher capacity for enduring pain. .
The authors of the study suggest that
leading an active lifestyle could provide a , “non-pharmacological pathway towards
reducing or preventing chronic pain.”.
Another study published in the journal
‘Nature Neuroscience,’ focused on the brain
activity of people living with chronic pain.
The research confirmed that acute
and chronic pain activate
different signals in the brain.
‘TIME’ reports that the team believe
brain activity could be used to
predict and measure chronic pain.

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