"The more pain I have, the more I want to eat": obesity in the context of chronic pain.

@article{Janke2012TheMP,
  title={"The more pain I have, the more I want to eat": obesity in the context of chronic pain.},
  author={E Amy Janke and Andrea T. Kozak},
  journal={Obesity},
  year={2012},
  volume={20 10},
  pages={
          2027-34
        }
}
Providers frequently report pain as a barrier to weight loss, and initial evidence suggests individuals with chronic pain and obesity experience reduced treatment success. However, scant evidence informs our understanding of how this comorbidity negatively influences treatment outcome. More effective programs might be designed with (i) insight into the patient's experience of comorbid chronic pain and obesity and (ii) improved understanding of the behavioral linkages between the experience of… CONTINUE READING
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