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Chronic pain can interfere with daily activities such as working, socialising, and caring for yourself or others. It can occur in any part of your body and can be devastating. Psychological treatments are an important component of pain management. Understanding and managing the thoughts, emotions, and behaviours that accompany discomfort can help you cope with your pain more effectively—and can even reduce the intensity of your pain. Rather than focusing on pain relief, psychotherapy and counselling for chronic pain focuses on improving physical, emotional, social, and occupational functioning. However, the scope, duration, and goals of counselling for chronic pain differ, resulting in distinct patterns of treatment efficacy. These treatments are classified into four types: operant-behavioral therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Cadabams has the best interventions for psychosomatic symptoms delivered by best psychologists skilled in their job role and providing counselling for chronic pain in Bangalore.
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Is chronic pain psychological in nature?

Chronic pain, on the other hand, is frequently more complicated. People frequently consider pain to be a purely physical sensation. Pain, on the other hand, has biological, psychological, and emotional components. In addition, chronic pain can elicit emotions such as rage, hopelessness, sadness, and anxiety.

Counselling can help with pain in a variety of ways.

In many cases, those suffering from chronic pain benefit by simply talking to someone about their situation. Individual counselors will be able to explore your feelings (whether or not they are related to your pain) and assist you in determining new ways of coping or reacting to the pain.