Journal of Pain Management and Therapy

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Opinion Article - Journal of Pain Management and Therapy (2023) Volume 7, Issue 1

Historical and therapeutic views on a current medical dilemma.

Despite the fact that aggravation is quite possibly of the most widely recognized human experience, the logical discipline of agony research and the clinical subspecialty of torment the board are somewhat new fields. Preceding the 1800s, torment was to a great extent saw as an existential encounter and acknowledged as an outcome of maturing, yet the 20th century saw the medicalization of torment the executives with a development in the information on torment pathophysiology and in the assortment of torment therapy procedures. This paper will zero in on constant torment, as this is an arising field with high general wellbeing significance, and will give a survey of the etiology of persistent torment, an outline of the historical backdrop of persistent torment the board - remembering purposes for the emotional ascent for narcotics for the therapy of most constant torment problems, an outline of non-narcotic pain relieving treatment procedures, and direction for future torment research needs.

Author(s): Greg Tompkins

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