Psychology of pain: COVID makes life worse for chronic pain patients

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Lockdown stress has hit chronic pain patients hard but those with more resilience, flexibility and acceptance have coped better, research finds. Chronic pain patients experienced increased pain, anxiety, depression and reductions in daily functioning during COVID, a survey1 of more than 550 adults found. Nearly 90% of participants in the UK survey experienced significantly worse functional

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