When is Pain Unhelpful?

By Ariana Besse (B.Phty Hons)   A recap of the first blog in this 4-part series: Pain is the output from a combination of inputs from receptors in the periphery (i.e. thermal, chemical, mechanical, nociceptive) and the context of the experience e.g. memory, previous experiences, belief. There is no one pain receptor or nerve. The…

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Headaches Are a Pain in the Neck!

Headaches are, unfortunately, something that affects many of us, and some of us even daily! So it’s important to understand what type of headache you might suffer from, and if there are steps you can take to be able to prevent it. There are three main types of headache disorders: migraine, tension type headaches (TTH)…