Dealing with Chronic Pain and Fatigue

Dealing with Chronic Pain and Fatigue

When we talk about pain and dealing with chronic pain, one of the things we have to deal with is fatigue; the fatigue that goes along with it. Fatigue is very frustrating. For those who suffer from chronic pain, it can be a very difficult thing to deal with. Fatigue can be dealt with if you actually have psychological support and also if there are people you can discuss the issues of pain with. The idea of having support and someone to work with you is very important way in dealing with the fatigue that comes invariably with chronic pain.

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  1. Sandy Reeves says:

    I have chronic pain and yes, it does create fatigue. I’m frustrated. I’ve gone to pain specialist, rhumatologist, I’ve got borderline fibromyalgia, myofascial pain, tmj. I’m beginning to have severe headaches. And I manage all this and have a fulltime job. I’ve done weekly massages for months, doing water exercises for past month or so, I’ve done accupuncture, and am broke because insurance doesn’t pay for these alternatives….and oh yes, chiropractic. I don’t know what else to do. I deal the best I can and sometimes just have to give in, but do have to work. I’ve researched, I’ve read, I’m exhausted with trying to find solutions. Do you have any additional suggestions besides the obvious that I’ve mentioned. I will add too that I have cervical buldging disks in my neck which is why I saw a pain specialist who was only interested in providing shots that didn’t work and pain pills.

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