“Imagine if you are in pain more days then not, it would be really hard to sleep, you wouldn’t want to be out with other people, and you may even struggle to concentrate. There can also be legal and financial issues associated with chronic pain as our medical bills pile up and we attempt to get disability. I only mention these issues so that you can grasp just how hard having chronic pain can be, and why it is so closely linked to depression,” said Kati Morton.
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But can we still improve our depression symptoms? The answer is yes. Check out Morton’s tips for coping with depression and chronic pain.