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Avoiding the Behavior Which Causes Pain

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Pain is something that all of us have to deal with and in most cases, it is a response that the body gives us which is beneficial to us in some way or another. There may be times, however, whenever we have to deal with chronic pain and it becomes a matter of finding some way to deal with the pain, rather than simply sloughing off as something that is natural. When your pain reaches a level where it is uncontrollable, it may be necessary for you to do some behavioral changes in order to deal with it when at all possible.

A good example of this is whenever you have back pain as a result of the things that you do at work. Many of us have to work physically and unfortunately, we don’t have the luxury of stopping work as a result of the pain that we are feeling. We may be able to make a large difference in the amount of pain that we have, however, by changing the way that we work and our pattern of working. For example, if we lift things on a regular basis, we will want to make sure that we are lifting properly, using our legs instead of our back. We would also want to avoid doing any kind of twisting motion at the same time as we are lifting, a common cause of pain in many individuals.

Pain may also be caused as a result of repetitive stress injuries that occur at work, such as carpal tunnel syndrome or perhaps a tear in the rotator cuff. In either of these cases, it may be necessary for you to alter the way that you work in order to handle the situation properly. Many times, you will be able to get some pain relief by changing the way that you do your job or in the case of carpal tunnel syndrome, by applying such things as a wrist brace or perhaps a gel pad underneath your wrist while you’re typing. There may also be times when additional work is needed in order to overcome these problems.

Finally, you may want to alter your behavior whenever you are not working in order to ensure that you are avoiding the pain whenever possible. For example, making sure that you are exercising regularly and especially working out the areas that are painful gently can go a long way in helping you to avoid the pain for the long term.

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