During our lifetime, we experience various traumas, both physical and psychological. Certain traumatic events seem to be affect us more than others. Anyone who has experienced pain knows what it feels like. It can be a strong, intense pain or a more dull, limiting pain triggered by various factors. Everyone experiences pain in different ways. Chronic pain that has no explanation, but affects you on many levels, is extremely draining. There is a lot of research in this area and there is nothing to say that the pain you feel today will always last.
Pain warns that there is an injury in the body and can be of several types. It can be the result of damaged tissue, nerve pain, pain caused by mental illness, or it can have no obvious cause.
Pain should not just be ignored or masked. Pain is a complex experience that involves multiple areas of the brain over time. Living with chronic physical pain is, as I said, extremely energy draining and has a negative impact on our quality of life. Psychological pain is when the soul hurts, which can transfer into feelings in the physical body. And physical pain can similarly be experienced psychologically. They are correlated. It is important to understand where the pain is coming from and act from there. Not all pain is visible on the outside, but regardless, pain is almost always felt on the inside.