Chronic pain may originate with an initial trauma/injury or infection, or there may be an ongoing cause of pain. Chronic pain is different. The pain signals go on for weeks, months, or even years. The original cause may have been an injury or infection. There may be an ongoing cause of pain, such as arthritis or cancer. But in some cases there is no clear cause. Some people suffer chronic pain in the absence of any past injury or evidence of body damage. Even the body's most basic defenses may be compromised; There is considerable evidence that unrelenting pain can suppress the immune system. Anxiety, stress, depression, anger, and fatigue interact in complex ways with chronic pain and may decrease the body's production of natural painkillers; moreover, such negative feelings may increase the level of substances that amplify sensations of pain, causing a vicious cycle of pain for the person The symptoms of chronic pain include:Pain that may be described as shooting, burning, aching, or electrical, Feeling of discomfort, soreness, tightness, or stiffness. Other problems associated with pain can include: Fatigue, Weakened immune system, Disabilities.OMICS Group International is one of the leading Open Access Publishers which is publishing 700+ peer-reviewed journals. Each and every article undergoes a peer-review process to assess the quality of the article. Generally, these publications appreciate articles those that are accessible even to those people who are not specialist in the field but are interested in those research topic. These journals are periodical publications that are intended to share the progress of science.
Last date updated on June, 2014