Doctors have identified several neurological syndromes that can cause a person to experience pain. Some examples include multiple sclerosis (MS), stroke, head trauma, multiple sclerosis (MS), and degenerative disc disease (DD). Other neurological conditions that doctors have identified as causes of pain can include migraine headaches, phantom limb syndrome, posttraumatic stress disorder, and cerebral palsy.
An example would be a traumatic injury or illness that forces a person to miss several workdays. This type of loss of income would significantly affect a person’s overall financial well-being. Besides, people who suffer from this type of failure may feel depressed or develop anxiety and stress due to their inability to work. Other symptoms related to physical injury that can lead to long-term pain can include: pain during sleep, missing time at work due to pain and discomfort, and difficulty concentrating or remembering things.
Lumbar spinal stenosis
This is more common in younger people and usually means having a joint or a nerve injury. If you have any disc or ligament injury affecting the sides of your spine, it can put you at greater risk for stenosis. It would help if you saw your doctor as soon as you think you have this problem. Stenosis can be dangerous because it narrows the nerves and opens them up to possible infections. Your doctor can run tests to determine how severe your case of lumbar spinal stenosis is.