Physiological pain is the body’s way to response physically towards any underlying medical or nonmedical condition. Pain does not feel the same for everyone for some may feel an extreme amount of pain while others may find it bearable. Describing your pain clearly will help your doctor or nurse find the best treatment for you. Tell your healthcare team where the pain is, what it is like (for example dull, sharp, burning), how bad it is and when it happens.
Types of Pain
Pain can be broadly classified into the following groups,
- Acute pain - It starts suddenly and occurs only for a short period of time.
- Chronic pain - It lasts for a longer period of time.
- Breakthrough pain - It often happens in between regular, scheduled painkillers
- Soft tissue pain - Happens when organs or tissues are damaged
- Nerve pain - occurs due to nerve damage.
Symptoms of Pain
Pain symptoms are common and can be seen quite frequently,
- A dull ache
What Causes of Pain?
Pain can be caused due to many reasons. Cause of acute pain is quite different from chronic pain.
- Injuries Such as Sprains, Strains, or Fractures
- Minor or Major Surgical Procedures
- Dental treatment
Chronic pain can be caused by -
- Nerve Damage
Some Other Very Common Causes of Pain Are
- Lack of sleep - A normal human body needs 7 to 8 hours of sleep daily and not getting enough sleep can impact your overall health targeting on body ache. In order to to get proper sleep, one must meditate regularly and drinking a hot beverage before bed helps to sleep better.
- Lack of Vitamin D in the Body - Many of our body’s important organs, such as kidneys and muscles, rely on calcium to work properly. our bones also need calcium to stay healthy and if our body does not possess enough vitamin D to absorb calcium, one might feel aching in these organs.