If you’ve suffered from chronic pain following a traumatic injury, your genes might be to blame.

A new study has found that a DNA mutation is responsible for why people suffer more pain after experiencing trauma such as sexual assault or a car crash.

The mutation results in high levels of cortisol, known as the ‘stress hormone,’ being produced, which sensitizes nerves in the muscles and makes them more prone to injury.

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