Negative emotions and chronic pain
Chronic pain research has reached a high level of complexity in recent years. There are an increasing cumulative amount of variables to be considered in order to delineate an integrative framework for the overall understanding of how chronic pain works. In this paper, a review of the emotional consequences in chronic pain suffering is presented in detail. This review is focused on the main negative emotions: Anxiety, depression, and anger, and their relationship with chronic pain.
Ansiedad y Estrés
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