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Overcoming pain

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Published by Hilton Publishing in Roscoe, IL .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Pain -- Popular works

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementAllan Platt, Susan Platt, Cathy Hedrich.
GenrePopular works.
ContributionsPlatt, Susan, 1956-, Hedrich, Cathy, 1960-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRB127 .P56 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3391979M
ISBN 100974314420
LC Control Number2005000766

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Les Fehmi and Jim Robbins have written a book that gives the brain research behind having the ability to train your brain to get rid of pain. They also have a series of exercises that take you through this process.4/4(41). “This book is a must-read not only for people who suffer from chronic pain, but for all of our friends, family, and foes. Paula Kamen, who suffers from Chronic Daily Headache, brilliantly captures the minute details of how chronic pain impacts our physical well-being, emotional health, social interactions, economic survival, and every other. Outgrowing the Pain is an important book for any adult who was abused or neglected in childhood. It's an important book for professionals who help others. It's a book of questions that can pinpoint and illuminate destructive patterns. The answers you discover Cited by:   Your experience of pain can be greatly reduced by pacing daily activities, reducing stress, learning relaxation techniques and effective ways to cope with depression, anxiety, worry, anger and frustration. This easy-to-follow book sets out: Why pain can persist when there's no injury or disease present. How to become fitter and pace your activities/5(63).

Overcoming self-help guides use clinically proven techniques to treat long-standing and disabling conditions, both psychological and guides in the Overcoming series are recommended under the Reading Well scheme Overcoming resources are available in the form of self-help books, downloadable materials and as accompanying authors are psychologists, psychiatrists, . HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BOOK IN OVERCOMING CHRONIC PAIN "This book is a treasure to keep. One should have this book as it offers excellent, practical and doable tips for overcoming chronic pain. This is not just about the yoga that everyone knows: spandex and headstands. It is much better than this/5(50).   The following is an excerpt from Scott Stabile’s book Big Love- The Power of Living with a Wide-Open Heart on how to overcome your emotional pain and heal. We’re all living with emotional pain — often deep pain — and whether or not we do it consciously, many of us bury much of it inside. Where it feeds freely on our potential for happiness. “Overcoming Acute and Chronic Pain is one of the best books in its field to emerge in recent years. It breaks new ground--choosing a pain therapy based not just on one’s medical diagnosis but also on one’s emotional patterns. As Micozzi and Dibra show, this approach can have an enormous impact on a therapy’s effectiveness.