How Keryl Egan Can Ease Your Stress-related chronic pain?
Pain is a common reaction of your body to injury or illness, a warning that something is wrong. When your body is healing, it usually stops hurting. But for many people, the pain persists long after the cause has passed. If it lasts 3 to 6 months or more, it is called Stress-related chronic pain. When you injure yourself daily, it can affect your emotional and physical health.
About 25 per cent of individuals with chronic pain will continue to develop a condition called chronic pain syndrome (SCP). When people have more symptoms than pain, such as depression and anxiety, they interfere with their daily lives. SCP can be difficult to treat, but it is not possible. A combination of treatments such as counselling, physical therapy, and relaxation techniques can help relieve your pain and other symptoms that come with it.
Who Is Keryl Egan?
Keryl Egan is a registered psychologist who works on a number of cases
- Private therapy for people with emotional and relationship problems, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic work stress.
- Advantages of bullying detection of individuals and groups
- Psychotherapy teacher for trained psychiatrists
- Legal examinations and reports of harassment and abuse cases; selected legal tests for people facing criminal charges.
- Educational workshops and organizations’ presentations on workplace bullying
She is the co-author with Joseph Catanzariti, Vice President of the Fair Work Commission, in the book Workplace Abuse. LexisNexis published, 2015.
What Causes Stress-Related Chronic Pain?
- Back pain
- A headache
- Muscles and sprains
- Nerve damage
- Repetitive strain injury, in which the same movement repeatedly puts pressure on the limb
- Fibromyalgia, a disease that causes muscle pain throughout the body
- The bones are broken
- Acid reflux or ulcers
- Lyme disease
- Stomach tuberculosis (IBD)
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Endometriosis, in which tissue in the uterus grows without its surgery.
The causes of Stress-related chronic pain are both physical and mental. Some experts believe that people with bipolar disorder have a problem with the nervous system that the body uses to deal with stress. That makes them feel pain differently. Some experts say that SCP is a learned response. If you are in pain, you may begin to relapse, even after the pain has subsided or subsided. SCP can affect individuals of all ages and genders, but it is more common in women. People with major depression and other mental health conditions are more likely to develop SCP.
How To Cure Stress-related chronic pain?
We’ll provide you relief from Stress-related chronic pain through our Stress Management Counselling and Therapy, exercises and techniques. Stress can be a barrier to one’s personal and social activities. It can cause ongoing anxiety and pain over everything. It can also affect a person’s skills in society. Patients will get relief from SCP through our workshops, treatments and strategies for boosting morale.
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