Different things can affect your pain, including stress, sleep, anxiety and food. Keeping track of these everyday things can help you better understand what positively or negatively affects your pain. For your convenience, we offer a printable daily pain log, which enables you to document your daily experiences. Keeping a daily journal for a couple of weeks may help you and your physician work together to effectively reduce or manage your pain “triggers”. We encourage you to bring your daily pain logs to your next physician visit.
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