Being grateful won’t make pain disappear but can make it much easier to live with by releasing suffering, changing perspective, and boosting mood.
Some ways to practice gratefulness:
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Smoking can actually make pain
worse. Learn more from Dr. Andrea Furlan
in this video.
While your'e on YouTube, check out
her library of videos about all sorts
of topics related to chronic pain.
If you only use drugs, supplements, manipulation, injections, surgery or other types of biomedical interventions to treat your chronic pain; you could be missing two-thirds of the possible treatment you could be getting.
Get some help (interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation programs)
Chronic Pain Champions is an information resource/blog/support group to help chronic pain patients, their families, and friends, as well as healthcare professionals. Learn more about this site and the author.
Chronic Pain Champions