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Chronic pain stands as a substantial and complex health issue. Much like other enduring health conditions, it can extend beyond physical discomfort, giving rise to a spectrum of complications, including depression, anxiety, and sleep disturbances.
Chronic pain, characterized by its persistent nature, can cast a shadow over various facets of an individual's life. It can exert adverse effects on personal relationships, financial stability, and daily responsibilities, making it more challenging to meet work obligations, manage household tasks, and participate in social engagements. Research indicates a correlation between the severity of pain and the extent of these challenges, suggesting that more intense pain often corresponds with more pronounced disruptions in one's life.
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