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Chronic Pain The Drug Free Way

Author : Phil Sizer
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"Buy this book and make sure that your doctor reads it too!" - Dr Steve Gilbert, Staff Specialist in Anaesthesia and Pain Management, former Lead Clinician for Chronic Pain in Scotland "Phil's book has everything necessary to help people with chronic pain change their life. To live, thrive and not just survive. A must-read for people in pain: learn to live again." - Linz Stevens, living well despite chronic pain. Chronic pain is much more common than you might think - it affects nearly one-fifth of the population. Chronic pain is defined as any pain that continues for longer than three months. It has a variety of causes including arthritis, back pain, fibromyalgia, accidents or operations, although sometimes there is no apparent cause. Many people suffering from chronic pain have been told by medical professionals that 'I'm sorry, there's nothing more we can do for you', leaving them feeling abandoned and isolated. If you have been told this, or you think this news may be in your future, then this book is for you. Self-management is an important approach to coping better and managing this long term condition. Written with humour, and making use of cartoons and line drawings, this book encapsulates 20 years of pain management courses given by Phil Sizer at Pain Association Scotland to patients, GPs, and other health professionals. Divided into three sections (Understanding, Managing, Coping) Its approach is based on a holistic, bio-psycho-social model of health including CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), positive psychology, relaxation, hypnotherapy, motivational interviewing and coaching. Topics include: introduction by Pain Association Scotland understanding chronic pain - definitions, acute vs chronic pacing - how to avoid over-doing realistic goal-setting stress management relaxation and sleep dealing with flare-ups diet and foods to avoid coping with unhelpful thinking (racing mind, anxiety and negative thoughts) challenging limiting beliefs relationships with others accepting help importance of humour - attitude and values being a person not a condition If you can learn how to make changes and live better with your pain, things will improve, be different, and most importantly, so much better.

The Treating Arthritis Diet Book

Author : Margaret Hills
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FOODS TO HELP AND HEAL ARTHRITIS - EAT BETTER, FEEL BETTER Hundreds of thousands of people with arthritis have been helped by the Margaret Hills Clinic and by Margaret's bestselling book, Treating Arthritis: The Drug-free Way. This companion title, completely updated with all-new recipes, offers a full range of nutritional resources to bring about an improvement for anyone struggling with pain and mobility. Embracing the simple principles that make this drug-free protocol so effective, this book offers hundreds of recipes and dietary plans, as well as an overview of why diet is so important for managing arthritis. It caters for vegetarians and vegans, and has recommendations for those managing auto-immune conditions such as coeliac disease, or food allergies. There are clean, contemporary and delicious meals for every season, as well as such essentials as smoothies, juices, bone broth and healthful bread recipes. With an emphasis on fresh, raw, local ingredients, the recipes in this book complement the Treating Arthritis programme to offer gentle, natural and manageable steps to reduce pain and improve mobility.

Treating Arthritis

Author : Margaret Hills
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Hundreds of thousands of arthritis sufferers have been helped by Margaret Hills and her clinic, and this new edition of her bestselling book will help you, too, whatever the degree or severity of your condition. At the heart of this book are simple, essential principles to help you treat your arthritis by natural means, dramatically improving your levels of pain, mobility and wellbeing. Research has shown that the Margaret Hills Programme can give impressive results after just a few weeks, and that it can bring significant improvements to people even with chronic or severe arthritis. The book reveals the impact of stress on arthritis, while it troubleshoots topics like digestive health, arthritis in childhood, and co-existing conditions. Above all, this book will help you to shift your mindset and develop a more positive approach to your illness - you are not beyond help, but with some simple steps can regain better mobility, less pain and a happier future. Margaret Hills, and the Margaret Hills Clinic At the age of 21, while training to be a nurse, Margaret Hills developed rheumatoid arthritis literally overnight, resulting in months of complete bed rest to aid her recovery. Years later, after completing her training, she developed osteoarthritis, leading to another attack of rheumatoid arthritis, leaving her crippled and in severe pain. Realising that the medical profession could do nothing for her, as the only available treatment was aspirin, she began to look into natural treatments. Margaret researched many different natural approaches to healing, including traditional remedies such as Epsom Salts baths and Cider Vinegar. She combined these detoxification remedies with a particular combination of nutritional supplements to develop her own treatment. After a year of following this regimen, she rid herself of all signs of arthritis, and continued to lead a pain-free life. The word spread gradually of Margaret Hills' efforts to rid herself of all arthritic symptoms, and many people contacted her to find out more details as so many were in a similar situation of extreme pain due to arthritis of some type. Due to huge public interest, she opened a clinic to help others who were suffering, and to guide others through their recovery. The clinic, now run by her daughter, Christine Horner, continues to attract patients from far and wide and, following on from its success, Margaret wrote this book to impart her knowledge and help people with arthritis everywhere.

Pain Relief

Author : Maria Johnson
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Relieve and prevent your chronic pain! Imagine waking up free of pain... no aches, stiffness or arthritis. No pain medications, patches or gels. No fancy equipment to keep you pain-free. With this revolutionary system, a pain-free life is within your reach -- even if you've suffered pain for years. The techniques in the simple 7-step program have helped millions of people overcome their pain forever -- without drugs, fancy equipment or expensive adjustments. The key to this unique program is eliminating the conditions that cause pain. In this easy-to-follow book, you'll read about: - common causes of chronic pain - the surprising role of exercise and nutrition in health - simple lifestyle changes that eliminate pain - how to stay pain-free, even as you enjoy all of life's activities Scroll up and click "buy" to start this innovative program that can save you from a life of pain.

1 001 Home Health Secrets for Seniors

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Eliminate Chronic Pain the Yoga Way

Author : Anand Gupta
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Chronic Pain affects countless across the world. Diseases and conditions such as Diabetes, Asthma, Lower Back Pain, Cardiovascular Disease, Hypertension, Indigestion and more make people suffer on a daily basis, causing discomfort or debilitating pain that can hinder, or even stop, normal activity. Fortunately, it doesn't have to be this way. There are alternative treatments, the most affective and popular of which is Yoga. With knowledge and practice, this ancient medicinal exercise can increase mobility and reduce Chronic Pain, restoring the freedom these devastating conditions have robbed from you. Eliminating Chronic Pain the Yoga Way is the drug free alternative you have been searching for. With easy to read sequences, full explanations of the 12 Ultimate Healing Poses and understandable descriptions, this guide will walk you through the steps needed to help YOU, even if you have never attempted a single Yoga Pose before. It is never too late to start something new.

Wellness

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Tells how to assess one's state of health, identifies the factors that affect lifespan, and covers diet, exercise, allergies, household safety, smoking, medical checkups, pregnancy, pain, stress, and weight control

The Natural Way of Healing Chronic Pain

Author : Natural Medicine Collective
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This caring, authoritative guide, written by a team of licensed natural health practitioners, tells you about the safe, alternative therapies that dramatically reduce or completely end chronic pain. And they work where conventional medicine has failed. Find out about: * The safe herb that can stop arthritic joint pain * Acupuncture to curtail lower back pain * Chiropractic treatments to end migraines * Biofeedback as the preferred cure for TMJ pain * The common spice in a pain-relieving compress for neuralgia * A safer, natural form of aspirin * Acupuncture as excellent therapy for bone breaks and muscle injuries And much more, including which pain clinic methods work and which don't, and how to locate a reputable professional to help you.

Drug free Pain Relief

Author : G. T. Lewith
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More Ultimate Healing

Author : Editors, Bottom Line Books
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"Ultimate healing naturally."--Amazon.com.

Five Hundred Tips for Coping with Chronic Illness

Author : Pamela D. Jacobs
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Freedom from Chronic Pain

Author : Norman J. Marcus
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Presents a drug-free system for dealing with chronic pain and outlines techniques involving exercise, nutrition, and coping mechanisms that master pain

Evaluation and Treatment of Chronic Pain

Author : Gerald M. Aronoff
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The Ladies Home Journal

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The Complete Idiot s Guide to Alternative Medicine

Author : Alan H. Pressman
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Offers advice on using alternative therapies to treat common complaints, including herbal treatments, acupuncture, massage therapy, food supplements, and Chinese medicine

Principles of internal medicine Harrison s principles of internal medicine 2

Author : Anthony S. Fauci
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Principles of Neurology

Author : Raymond Delacy Adams
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The classic "teaching text" in neurology is completely revised & features a new art program & the latest advances in diagnosis & treatment. Each chapter has been rigorously reviewed & updated. Includes new coverage of pupillary function, sleep, syncope, inherited metabolic disease, degenerative disease, epilepsy, cerebellar disease & much more. throughout, new CT & MR images facilitate neurologic diagnosis. Most Importantly, the winning organization remains the systematic progression from cardinal manifestations of disease, to how these manifestations are arranged in neurologic syndromes, to matching theses syndromes to specific neurologic diseases.

Proven Wealth Formulas and Techniques

Author : Charles G. West
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The Cure Conspiracy

Author : Frank W. Cawood and Associates
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Medical myths, alternative therapies, and natural remedies even your doctor may not know.

The Way Out

Author : Alan Gordon
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Rewire your brain, end your pain. From back pain to migraines, arthritis and sciatica, over 1.2 billion people worldwide suffer from regular or chronic pain, 28 million in the UK alone. It’s a global epidemic that regularly resists treatment and can totally derail people’s lives. But it doesn’t have to be this way. This is the revolutionary message from psychotherapist Alan Gordon who, frustrated by the lack of effective treatment for his own debilitating pain, developed a highly successful approach to eliminating symptoms without surgery or medication, offering a viable and drug-free alternative to existing – and often addictive – methods. Based on the premise that pain starts in the brain not the body, Gordon’s Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT) enables you to rewire your neural circuits and turn off 'stuck' pain signals. In a ground-breaking study, PRT helped 98% of patients reduce their pain levels and 66% were completely cured. What's more, these dramatic changes held up over time. In The Way Out, Gordon provides an easy-to-follow guide to ending your pain with PRT. Drawing on cutting-edge research along with his own experiences as a chronic pain sufferer, he will help you: - Understand how the brain can unintentionally 'learn' chronic pain - Turn off pain signals that have become 'stuck' - these are false alarms - Use revolutionary techniques to break the cycle of fear that causes chronic pain - Develop long-term strategies for living pain-free Game-changing, practical and full of real-life stories from Gordon’s clinical practice, this book will change the way you think about pain forever - and give you a way out of your pain today.