Sociocultural, Physiologic, and Psychologic Variables That Influence Pain in the Fibromyalgia Patient
Linda Carol Hughes, RN, PHD
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Kennedy, Jeanette; Hughes, Linda CarolBackground and Review of Literature: Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic disease that is characterized by widespread pain and several associated symptoms such as non-restorative sleep, fatigue, poor physical condition, impaired ...
Factors influencing chronic mental illness patients' psychological well being and suicidal ideation Yeh, Pi-Ming (2016-03-17)Session presented on Friday, July 24, 2015: Purpose: The purpose of this study was to exam the factors influencing chronic mental illness patients' psychological well-being and suicidal ideation. Methods: There were 59 ...
Influences of social relationships, illness characteristics, and personality on chronic pain and depression Faucett, JuliaSubjects with myofascial pain disorders (n = 67) and arthritis (n = 84) were studied to examine the contribution of personality traits and social relationships to their complaints of pain and depression. Structured interviews ...
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Synchronous support, congruent coping, or a good marriage: Which is more important to the wife's perception of her husband's helpfulness in dealing with her rheumatoid arthritis pain? Dowdy, Sharon W.Living with a chronic illness requires adaptations for the individual and the entire family. The effects of stressors on individual health outcomes have been extensively studied. However, the effects of spousal interactions ...