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Opinion Article - Journal of Anesthetics and Anesthesiology (2022) Volume 4, Issue 6

Psychological aspects of pain management

Early nociception theories acknowledged the use of psychology in understanding, expressing, and treating pain. These hypotheses recognised the midbrain's and cortical regions' top-down involvement in the expression of pain. Similar to this, the significance of environment in influencing treatment and complaint behaviour was further developed along with the growth of behaviour psychology. As a result of the developing issue of individuals with chronic, unrelenting pain and impairment, those concepts were clinical in nature. After it became increasingly clear that the degree of complaint and handicap claimed by the many patients couldn't be explained by the degree of damage or sickness, psychology also found a role in pain therapies.

Author(s): Anuvya Emma

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