You can be cured of chronic pain and other chronic health conditions using Body-Mind communication therapy. No pain killer medicine, no exercise or surgery required. You also need to treat your nutrient deficiency, always associated with chronic pain syndrome. Every other treatment modalities lacked these two approaches. All these while, every effort you have made to get recovery from chronic pain had all failed you. You were paying for pain management that keeps you suffering. Change, yes, change your approach. You will see that your cure is nothing else, but REAL cure!!
Action: You need to correct your brain's amygdala information operating system; and correct your nutrient deficiency need so as to get yourself cured of chronic pain and other chronic health conditions. The root cause of most chronic pain syndromes are negative emotions, such as anxiety, fear, anger, doubt, rage and sadness. What they all produce in common is stress. When you feel stressed, you are generating, and send negative electrical information to your brain's hippocampus and amygdala. What effect should you expect? Your brain interprets the stress information as a danger in your physical body. Next action! Then, your brain activates and delivers pain chemicals in your tissue cells as your biological defense mechanism. In time, as you continue to live with any of the negative emotions listed above, your chronic pain condition continues to worsen. Pain medications, exercise and surgery will not, and had never reversed or cured this chain process of chronic pain exacerbation.
The subconscious mind controls the body's millions of function. It's also the place where habits and emotions live, and where the invisible walls of resistance reside. The brain uses its limbic system, hippocampus and amygdala to process negative thoughts and emotion for short-term and long-term storage in the memory cells. Therefore, your freedom from chronic pain depends on what thoughts and emotions in part; you are processing on your mind at every given time of the day and night.
The above mind's pattern of thoughts and emotions you should treat it. That will require you learn to speak the brain's language. The only language the brain understands. It does not clearly understand the language of pain killer medication, physical exercise and surgery. These all provide pain relief but not a cure which you have experienced and can testify anytime, anywhere. These are the truth of the matter.
A physical healing or cure will not come from pain killer medication, exercise or surgery because you have been treating symptoms instead of the root cause of your chronic pain, as well as other chronic health conditions.
Pain killer medicine might reduce your pain, but you are still suffering. Why? Because the way you approach the pain, the way you think about it, and the way you allow it to affect your life. Living with chronic pain makes day-to-day life difficult. It touches every single part of your life. Now you can be cured of your chronic pain. We are here to work with you to achieve this singular interest you are chasing. How long it takes to achieve a cure depends on individual case situation. People's health challenge differs from one another.
Over 10,000 chronic pain patients were cured of their ailments in the United States by late Dr. John Ernest Sarno, a professor of rehabilitation medicine at New York University School of Medicine, New York. Dr. Sarno died on June 22, 2017 at age 94.
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CRISIS, CRISIS, everywhere! You may enquire: Why does everything in the media these days seem to be a crisis, a crisis in the family, in the community, in the country? The crisis has one thing in common: Human element! A crisis triggers emotions that have a powerful effect on people. The media has discovered this power and has become very good at triggering and manipulating emotions. Both the media and advertisers are fighting for shelf space in your memory. Emotions are a powerful link to memory.
Emotion and memory are closely related. You know this from your own experience. So, you would not be surprised to learn that the system of the brain that controls emotion is the "limbic system," which is also in charge of transferring information into memory.
From years of experiments and surgical experience, we also know that the specific location for this transfer is a portion of the temporal lobe called the "hippocampus." The hippocampus is a small organ located within the brain's medial temporal lobe which forms an important part of the "limbic system," the region of the brain that regulates emotions. The psychologists and neuroscientists generally agree that the hippocampus plays an important role in the formation and indexing of new memories of events. Part of this function is hippocampal involvement in the detection of new events, places and stimuli. This is partly why returning to a location where an emotional event occurred may evoke that emotion. There is a deep emotional connection between episodic memories and places. The hippocampus is responsible for processing of long-term memory and emotional responses. We would not even be able to remember where our house is without the work of the hippocampus. The hippocampus also encodes emotional context from the "amygdala," another system of the brain that processes emotional information. When you think of "fear," it is the amygdala that is at work. The amygdala is the brain part that generates the informational energy that registers fear on our mind to become afraid of things which are actual or imagined outside our control. It also controls the way we react to certain stimuli, or an event that causes an emotion, which we see as potentially threatening or dangerous.
The amygdala is a limbic system structure that is involved in many of our emotions and motivations, particularly those related to survival. The amygdala is involved in several functions of the body including fear responses, emotional responses, hormonal secretions; arousal, and memory. The amygdala, for example, is involved in the processing of emotions, and triggering the fight or flight response. During the fight-or-flight response, the amygdala takes over. It then also causes the adrenal gland to release epinephrine into the bloodstream, along with other hormones like cortisol; it signals the heart to pump harder, increasing blood pressure; opening airways in the lungs; narrowing blood vessels in the skin and intestine to increase blood flow to major muscle groups; and performing other functions to enable the body to fight or run when encountering a perceived threat. Many bodily functions take a back seat during the fight-or-flight response.
The term "perceived threat," makes an important distinction in this process, and brings up a critical point to remember. As in the case of chronic stress, the body's stress response is triggered repeatedly on a daily basis in response to actual physical and psychological threats as well as perceived psychological threats. As a result, the body can become exhausted, and the overabundance of epinephrine and cortisol can result in lowered immunity which results to chronic pain, as well as other chronic health conditions. Hyperactivity of the amygdala has been associated with fear and anxiety disorders. * Fear is an emotional and physical response to danger. *Anxiety is a psychological response to something perceived as dangerous. Anxiety can lead to panic attacks that occur when the amygdala sends signals that a person is in danger, even when there is no real threat.
REAL or PERCEIVED DANGER What would your hippocampus say? The hippocampus and amygdala work in concert to consolidate our emotions and long-term memories. This process is critical for evaluating information in order to respond appropriately to situations. However, the amygdala has a trump card! Whenever a possible fight or flight emotion is perceived, the brain's nutrients, blood flow, and oxygen are directed to the amygdala. This saps the other parts of the brain clouding creativity and rationality. The brain becomes less concerned with other functions when it perceives a possible attack by a "lion," so to speak. REMARKS: Remember this when viewing any "crisis" on the news, or any irrational situation around you. Always ask yourself: Is this really a crisis? Are you being manipulated? What would your creative, rational hippocampus say? Finally, whichever way you react to the situation around will always be captured by the amygdala in your brain. And the amygdala will always use the informational energy towards your cure or worsening process of your chronic ailment. If you are suffering from chronic pain, or other chronic health condition, and you are on this page reading this presentation, please be assured that we are here to help you recover from your chronic ailment.
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THINGS ONLY SOMEONE WITH CHRONIC PAIN WOULD UNDERSTAND. My name is Mary Adams, a chronic pain survivor. The following situations are the common experiences people with chronic pain ailment are going through on daily basis. Living with chronic pain makes day-to-day life difficult. It touches every single part of my life, from hygiene, to cooking, to relationships, to sleeping. I've been living with chronic pain since kindergarten. If you also live with that four letter word (pain) as your constant companion, you'll probably relate to the following 12 situations all too well.
1. YOU NEVER KNOW HOW YOU WILL FEEL IN THE MORNING. When you live with chronic pain, every day is an adventure. That goes double for the start of the day. We never know how much pain we will wake up with or how it will change throughout the day.
2. PEOPLE DON'T SEEM TO UNDERSTAND WHAT 'CHRONIC' MEANS. Loved ones often mean well when they tell us things like, "Hope you feel better soon!" The reality is, the pain doesn't stop, so it's hard to know what to say.
3. "HAVE YOU TRIED..?" Again, people mean well and want to help. That said, we see professionals to get help with our pain conditions and, more often than not, we do a lot of research ourselves. We know our bodies best. If we're sharing frustrations, it's usually because we want empathy more than strategy.
4. SOME DAYS ARE EASIER THAN OTHERS. I've been dealing with varying levels of pain every single day for the last 23 years. Some days are a lot easier. Other days are an absolute struggle fest.
5. YOU SURPRISE WHEN. A QUESTION LIKE THIS IS ASKED: "DO YOU HAVE ANY PAIN TODAY?" Going to the doctor is a fairly regular experience for us. When you go, they'll ask if you have any pain and where it is, either verbally or on a form you are asked to fill. I can never avoid laughing at this question. I usually feel bad when I do. I know the person asking isn't doing it out of malice or a lack of understanding, but because they have to ask.
6. DOCTORS WITHOUT PAIN DON'T ALWAYS UNDERSTAND THE PAIN LANGUAGE. Healthcare providers are amazing people. They do some of the most difficult jobs in the entire world. That said. There's a lot that's misunderstood about pain. Some of the more common misunderstandings are that younger people can't have chronic pain, and strong medications will always lead to addiction.
7. MANAGING PAIN IS MORE THAN PAIN KILLER MEDICATIONS. Patches, kinesiology tape, exercises, meditation, self-care. These are all a part of the chronic pain toolbox. We often try a lot before moving on to medication, unless we know pain killer medicines will be the only things to help the amount or type of pain we are in.
8. THE RELIEF YOU FEEL WHEN PAINKILLERS START WORKING .Pain affects so much of our lives, including how we interact with others. When relief starts to hit, it helps to eliminate so many of those symptoms of pain. Look, we even become productive! We go back to being ourselves instead of someone struggling to survive the day.
9. WAITING FOR THOSE MEDICATIONS BRINGS BOTH PAIN AND ANXIETY. Whether due to clerical errors, insurance requirements, or stigma, waiting for that next dose to help lower our pain is hard. It's not about a high, but about relief. These medications make it possible for us to participate fully in life.
10. STILL, MEDICATIONS DON'T COMPLETELY REMOVE PAIN. Pain is still a constant companion. It's always with us, even when we're on medication.
11. PAIN CHANGES EVERYTHING. I don't remember much of a life before chronic pain, except running around in oversized T-shirts and eating cereal. Others I know have lived vibrant and expressive lives that chronic pain dulls. It changes how we use our time and energy, what jobs (if any), we're able to do, and every single relationship we have.
12. SUPPORT IS EVERYTHING .For the longest time, I didn't know anyone else dealing with chronic pain. My great grandma dealt with it, she had passed away when I was 11. It wasn't until I was in the University that I met others dealing with chronic pain conditions. It changed so much for me. I began to have an outlet that understood the language of pain. Chronic pain syndrome. If I needed to vent about stigma or brainstorm how to communicate my pain to my healthcare team, I had people there. It's completely changed how I'm able to process my feels around my pain.
Finally, I am so glad to report that mind-body communication therapy in combination with nutrient deficiency therapy gave my life back to me. Today I proudly report that pain killer drugs, exercise and surgery gave me reliefs, but mind-body and nutrient deficiency therapies gave me a cure. To all people suffering chronic pain, I wish you all a cure, the cure that I finally got.