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Why do I have constant pain?

Why do I have constant pain?

Chronic pain is a complex situation in which your nervous system changes in response to pain, and can become somewhat unpredictable when viewed traditionally. The process is called “Central nervous system sensitisation” and it causes the pain experience to become a highly distressing, misunderstood and where things can progressively deteriorate to a point where all stimuli (harmful or not) are perceived as painful!

Watch the short video below where a complex medical phenomenon is simply explained…

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