NERVOUS SYSTEM REGULATION: HEALING CHRONIC PAIN

Chronic pain can often be considerably reduced by taking some simple steps to regulate the nervous system.

CO-CEO, NEUROFIT
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OCT 4, 2023
CHRONIC PAIN
Chronic pain is a common and debilitating condition that affects millions of people worldwide. The causes of chronic pain are varied and complex, but recent research suggests that a dysregulated nervous system may be a major contributing factor.
The nervous system is responsible for sending pain signals to the brain. When these signals are properly regulated, we feel pain only when it is necessary, such as when we injure ourselves. However, in people with chronic pain, the nervous system is dysregulated, causing pain signals to be sent even when there is no injury.
INFLAMMATION'S ROLE IN CHRONIC PAIN
Chronic pain is often amplified by inflammation. Inflammation is a natural response of the body to injury or infection, but in some people, it can become chronic. When inflammation is chronic, it can damage the nervous system, causing it to become dysregulated. Left unchecked, this can create a vicious cycle in which inflammation causes pain, which then causes more inflammation due to further dysregulation.
HOW TO ELIMINATE CHRONIC PAIN
Fortunately, chronic pain can often be considerably reduced by regulating the nervous system. This can be done by reducing inflammation, which can be accomplished through a variety of methods, such as proper diet, exercise, and stress reduction. By regulating and balancing the nervous system, we can efficiently reduce and even eliminate chronic pain, and improve our overall quality of life in a non-invasive and natural way.
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