Emotional pain and chronic, physical pain have a significant relationship between each other. There have been studies comparing the brains of patients with chronic back pain with those of healthy people, finding differences in brain anatomy or the function of certain regions. The human brain is so strong and powerful, we sometimes forget how it can effect our lives.
Our minds and always thinking all the time and some experts say that our minds have a mind of there own. Most people think our thinking minds are who we are but the fact of the matter is that our mind wonders. Weather we are think about the future, the past, what do we need to do, or just trying to remember things, the brain is always thinking. The human body lives in the present moment and it requires our mind and emotions to be living in that present moment with it in order to operate properly. When you’re constantly thinking negative thoughts or have negative feelings about others, your body knows that things are not good. The body cant really interpreted much more than that. The cells in the body are sitting around working for your body and when negative thoughts occur, its send a vibration to our cells. This vibration can be measured with scientific instruments and have been proven to effect chronic pain.
Your body listens to your mind and is able to recognize the different emotions the brain is experiencing. Chronic back pain is affected by all emotions in both good and bad ways due to the power of thoughts. People who know how to control there emotion learn how to control there chronic pain. The reason is because there mind and body are both living in the moment. Some ways you can lean how to control your emotions is by not taking things so personal when someone says or does something to you that is offensive. When people get offended they experience many different emotions such as stress, anger, frustration, or sadness. When these emotions are triggered they send negative though to the body which intensifying pain. If you lean how to roll with the punches of life and take an optomisticle way of thinking, your mind will experence less negative emotions will result into fewer bad signal being sent to the cells in your body.
Eliminating negative thinking is extremely imperative for pain alleviation. As you become aware of your thoughts, start catching the negative thought and cancels them out. You also want to replace negative thing with statement sent in the present tense with a positive vain to it such as “I am an asset to my company and I do a great job”. This is called positive affirmation and is extremely important when creating a positive attitude. Another tip is to practice deep breathing when you are feeling stress. More precisely, practice using your diaphragm. The diaphragm is the primary muscle of inspiration. It has several level of contentious control which helps you processes, feel, and release emotions that are bottled up inside. Once you practice gaining control over you emotions, you will begin to feel less chronic pain.