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Opinion Article - Integrative Neuroscience Research (2022) Volume 5, Issue 3

Technique to achieve the simultaneous resolution of chronic low back pain with multiple inflammatory and biobehavioural indicators

Supported by the reports of Selye, stress has highlighted the mental component in health maintenance, which, in turn, has allowed an abundance of investigations to establish the comorbidity of mental and physical health problems. Psychiatric and medical pathologies have converged most prominently in pain disorders. Further elaboration of the interrelatedness of the body’s systems in reaction to stress appeared with the biopsychosocial model developed by Engel, which considers illness to be a stressor that involves the complex interaction of biological, psychological, and social variables

Author(s): Greg Siegle

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