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What Pain And Onions Have in Common


Chronic pain is a diverse condition that range from mild to severe, intermittent to constant and from daily annoyance to disabling. It can be a symptom of another condition, chronic illness, injury or unexplained (by current health care technology).

It’s very prevalent, affecting about 20% of the population (that’s a lot!!) – of which 40% report it’s frequently limiting their ability to work or do other normal life activities. It’s actually the leading cause of disability and it’s associated with a reduced quality of life, including increased risk of anxiety and depression.

And it’s that last bit I want to talk about today. How the problem with chronic pain is not just chronic pain.

Continue reading to learn what chronic pain and onions have in common (It’s more than making you cry!)