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Mindfulness Over Chronic Pain
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Are you or a loved one struggling with chronic pain? Do you find yourself relying on dangerous, addictive drugs just to make it through the day? Does chronic pain prevent you from fully enjoying life and being the person you want to be?
Chronic pain can be debilitating, robbing you of your energy, focus, joy, and time. It can make even simple tasks feel impossible and prevent you from fully engaging in the activities you love. And relying on medication to manage the pain can come with its own set of problems, from addiction to harmful side effects to draining your bank account.
But what if there was a better way? Mindfulness Over Chronic Pain offers a quick and unique solution to chronic pain management that doesn’t rely on dangerous drugs or expensive treatments.
With my simple mindfulness-based meditation technique, you can learn to alleviate your chronic pain naturally and affordably in less than 90 minutes and unlock a whole new world of health and well-being.
Backed by scientific research and personal experience, Mindfulness Over Chronic Pain will teach you how to use mindfulness-based meditation to not only reduce physical pain, but to cope with emotional pain, manage any type of discomfort, and improve overall health and well-being.
Backed by Research
Although it was once considered an alternative treatment method, meditation is now not only acceptable but encouraged by a variety of physicians, hospitals, and health care centers, in both the conventional and alternative medicine fields.
Numerous studies reveal mindfulness-based meditation is an excellent tool for alleviating or managing chronic pain syndromes of all types and that has been my experience personally as well.
Jon Kabat-Zinn, has performed a vast number of studies at his Stress Reduction Clinic at the University of Mass, and found that subjects with headaches, backaches, and migraines are able to reduce their pain levels by more than 50 percent with mindfulness. Additionally, these participants also experienced long-term improvements in mood and their ability to perform daily activities.
Patients with IBS were able to reduce symptoms by 38 percent and also experienced a significant reduction in psychological distress and improvement in quality of life, with the regular practice of mindfulness in a study performed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Other studies have demonstrated that participants with fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, cancer, Parkinson’s, AIDS, and more can significantly reduce their level of pain, as well as stress, fatigue, anxiety, and depression. They also report a higher tolerance for pain, better coping skills and a more positive outlook on life, increased immune function, experience better sleep, and enjoy a higher level of well-being.
Additionally, mindfulness is also an effective tool in coping with all types of emotional pain, the treatment of insomnia, most mental health disorders, behavioral disorders, violent tendencies, substance abuse, heart disease, high blood pressure, and reducing all kinds of stress.
Not only that, people who use mindfulness also report a variety of other benefits like more inner peace, self-awareness, empathy, compassion, creativity, intuition, insight, joy, pleasure, improved memory and cognitive function, a higher level of consciousness, and a richer, more meaningful life.
Chronic Pain Conditions That Respond to Mindfulness
Throughout the years, I have used mindfulness effectively for a variety of conditions like migraines, headaches, gallbladder, irritable bowel syndrome, Fibromyalgia, atypical trigeminal neuralgia, temporomandibular disorders, back pain, hip pain, spine pain, chronic myofascial pain syndrome, and grieving.
*(Atypical trigeminal neuralgia, also known as type 2, is different than type 1. The pain in type 2 is present most of the time, while the pain in type 1 is intermittent but acute. I don’t know how type 1 responds to mindfulness since it is more acute than chronic.)
If you don’t see your type of pain in this list, that doesn’t mean mindfulness will not be effective for your condition. There are no restrictions on the kinds of pain that you can use with the method you will learn in Mindfulness Over Chronic Pain. Once you learn the basic principles for relieving pain through mindfulness, it can be utilized with any symptom, condition, or syndrome.
Who is Cynthia Perkins and What Does She Know about Chronic Pain and Mindfulness?
Hello, I’m Cynthia Perkins, and as a woman who has dealt with a variety of painful conditions in my lifetime, including chronic migraines and headaches, TMJ, myofascial pain, atypical trigeminal neuralgia, fibromyalgia, gallbladder issues, and irritable bowel, I know what it’s like to live with chronic pain.
But I’m also a recovered alcoholic and drug addict with more than 34 years of uninterrupted sobriety. And I’m a health coach who values organic living and a holistic approach to health. Taking pain medication is not something I am willing to consider unless I’m dying, so I had no choice but to find an alternative way of dealing with my pain.
Although our first response to pain is resistance, triggered by instinct and the survival part of our brain, I have learned through my personal experience that pain of all kinds; the physical, emotional, and spiritual, are managed most effectively through acceptance. When we embrace and experience our pain in its entirety, it not only loses its power over us and reduces its ability to disrupt our life, but it enables us to live a richer and more fulfilling life, and the science behind mindfulness supports my findings.
Also, as an individual who has practiced many different types of meditation and researched holistic health for more than 30 years, my experience has shown me that although you can reap many of the benefits from any mindfulness technique, in order to relieve chronic pain most effectively, there is a particular timing, series of actions, and process that should be employed. In my experience, mindfulness can be as effective, if not more so, at alleviating chronic pain as prescription drugs when done in the right manner.
Thus, this is how I arrived with the technique that I will teach you in the Mindfulness Over Chronic Pain handbook. I have spent decades fine-tuning and perfecting my method using myself as a lab rat. You will find it is an uncomplicated, practical, and handy technique that requires no specialized talents or extensive preparation. By the time you close this handbook, you will know precisely how to utilize it and reap the many benefits that await you.
Additionally, I hold a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in counseling, a certificate of completion in functional medicine, a certificate of completion in mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), and I’m the author of more than 15 self-help books. I’m also a holistic health coach and a sobriety coach, so you can rest assured that you are in the hands of a competent mental health professional.
With my straight-forward and cut-to-the-chase approach I have become known for, you will find that Mindfulness Over Chronic Pain is void of rigid philosophical, religious, or spiritual definitions, dogma, and traditions, thus making it a quick and easy to read handbook that is open to everyone, regardless of your belief system.
Benefits of Mindfulness Over Chronic Pain
Even though mindfulness is typically associated with spiritual growth, the basic fundamentals for improving health are grounded in science. Basically, it alters our brain chemistry and nervous system.
The greatest beauty of mindfulness meditation is its ability to have a positive effect on the brain, neurotransmitters, immune function, stress, and the autonomic nervous system, thus the benefits you will acquire go well beyond relieving physical pain. Its ability to improve our emotional health and quality of life is a built-in positive side-effect of the technique.
The practice of mindfulness-based meditation is one of the most powerful, natural, and holistic self-care tools you can use to not only manage or alleviate chronic pain but to optimize your physical, emotional, and spiritual health in general.
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