This is an understanding, insightful, and practical guide to living with chronic pain. Research indicates that nearly 1 in 7 people in the UK suffer some form of debilitating chronic pain. People coping with chronic pain often spend considerable time, energy, and money searching for relief and visiting a multiplicity of doctors. When the source of the pain is unclear or difficult to diagnose, their experiences are additionally frustrating and exhausting. "Pain Tracking" offers a hands-on approach to improving life with chronic pain, whatever the underlying cause, by providing a systematic method for readers to track their pain and understand how their body responds in different situations and to different therapies. Written in a clear and accessible style, and filled with insights and empathy, "Pain Tracking" offers realistic hope to those suffering from chronic pain.