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HOW TO USE PAIN TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
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That’s why discomfort can, and should, be used as a tool to prepare you for pain. Pain and discomfort both hurt, and they can be hard to endure. But while discomfort is within your control, pain teaches you the hard lessons — and how you use pain to learn those lessons is the key to.
It never disappears, rather, it transforms into something else. I want to convert my pain to a current that powers my abilities, and hopefully, the abilities of those around me. Pain will be a constant of the human experience, for better or worse. The true testament to our species is how we make use of our pain.
Choose wisely. Relaxation training: Pain generates discomfort that can progressively degrade your overall condition. By working on relieving stress, tension, and anxiety, relaxation training can improve the way your body responds to pain. How would you feel about learning a no BS way to use the pain in your life to propel you to a better place?
My video today explores the hidden messages of pain and how to use it to your advantage. Today I ask you to go within to find out what pain is trying to communicate to you. Pain is a personal experience but may be difficult to communicate. It is vital that nurses know how best to assess it to ensure the optimal treatment is given. You have read 1 of 1 free-access articles allowed for 30 days.
For further access please register or login. Subscribe for unlimited access. Changing beliefs is SUPER difficult. Language can be a reflection of your belief system.
By implementing the use of “discomfort” as an alternative to “pain” we can encourage one to reflect on whether a sensation might be less threatening. For example: Discomfort is. How Bad is Your Pain A Measurement Tool. Most referring physicians, regardless of their medical specialty, use a simple 1 to 10 point pain scale, so I stick with this to keep everyone on the same page.
Simply stated, think about where your pain level falls the majority of the time—unless you experience extreme pain fluctuations. No Pain. Pain & discomfort defined. I don’t recall if it was in a seminar or an article, but someone smarter than I once discussed pain vs discomfort.
I’ve stolen the idea and used it ever since. (If you made this description and you’re reading this then. Stay ahead of your pain. A common mistake people make, according to Fraifeld, is waiting too long to take pain medication. By the time you’re in pain, you’re starting from behind the eight. Also, we did not use a pain expert in the analysis of the concept.
Conclusions. Discomfort is a concept that is familiar to nurses and described in the nursing literature; however, many of the studies that investigate discomfort use the concept incorrectly. Discomfort can describe both physical and psychological states.
List of related literature:
|from Fundamentals of Nursing E-Book|
|from Healing and Recovery|
|from Pain Assessment and Pharmacologic Management E-Book|
|from Mosby’s Guide to Nursing Diagnosis E-Book|
|from Mosby’s Pathology for Massage Therapists E-Book|
|from Physical Examination and Health Assessment E-Book|
|from Jarvis’s Physical Examination and Health Assessment E-Book|
|from Living Well with Pain and Illness: The Mindful Way to Free Yourself from Suffering|
|from Constructive Psychotherapy: A Practical Guide|
|from Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care|