Are emotional factors contributing to your back pain?

Many people find it difficult to comprehend that muscular tone might exacerbate structural and chemical issues that we may already have, bringing our spinal problem from a symptomatic level.

Those of us who are in less happy times of our life tend to get sick more frequently and experience aches, pains, and other inconvenient symptoms.

Our pain may sometimes be a wonderful decoy from our subconscious mind to keep us from dwelling on a distressing or unhappy event from the past. Although emotional back pain is genuine, it will be discussed in greater depth later in my courses. Please do not ignore the importance of paling in your back discomfort.

 When we are under stress, our body tenses up. We may not even be aware that we are doing it, but the fact is that stress can cause our muscles to tighten and our posture to suffer. This can lead to all sorts of problems, including back pain. Learning to relax and managing stress can help to alleviate back pain.

This questionnaire is designed to help you get a better understanding of your health. Please take a couple of minutes to fill this out as best as possible.

Questionnaire - Emotional Factors of Pain

Are emotional factors contributing to your back pain?

Is the quality of your sleep compromised by any of the following?(Required)
Do you feel stressed?(Required)
Do you work more than 8 hours a day?(Required)
Do you have financial worries?(Required)
Are you nervous or anxious?(Required)
Are you moody?(Required)
Do you suffer or have suffered in the past from depression?(Required)
Does your pain make you feel stressed or anxious?(Required)
Do you have unresolved problems or emotional trauma?(Required)
Is anyone in your family sick or has recently passed away?(Required)
Do you feel happier on days you are not working?(Required)
Are you unhappy in your relationship(Required)
Do you feel like your life is filled with purpose?(Required)
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.