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The benefits from  meditation for relieving pain have been turning up all around the web. Now there are some studies that say meditation works better than pharmesueticals in some cases for relieving chronic pain. I’ve pulled together a set of the best articles on a touchy subject that effects everyone.

There are many kinds of physical pain. Temporary pain from an injury,cut,or burn. Those tend to heal up rather quickly and the pain subsides. Others experience pain regularly in the same spot or in a general area like the lower back. This can be described as chronic pain. The treatments for chronic pain can involve any one or any combination of these remedies; medication, acupuncture, massage therapy, physical therapy.

There are holistic therapies that are successful in treating chronic pain with hypnosis, meditation techniques, nutrition and excercise. The more you learn, the more you want to know! We have all the best articles and videos on pain management without medication. We want to help you replace pain relief methods that don’t work and have dangerous side effects,like addiction with the most powerful drug on earth… The energy of your mind.

You don’t have to be a Buddhist monk to experience the health benefits of meditation. According to a new study, even a brief crash course in meditative

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AP National/International News Entertainment News from AP CHARLESTON, SC (WCIV) – New research shows meditation can be even more effective at relieving pain than prescription painkillers. The study tested the response to pain in 15 test subjects. 

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By Anne Harding, Health.com Meditation can help people cope with pain, anxiety and other physical and mental health problems. (Health.com) — You don’t have 


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Meditation produces powerful pain-relieving effects in the brain, according to new research published in the April 6 edition of the Journal of Neuroscience.

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Meditation produces powerful pain-relieving effects in the brain, according to new research. For the study, healthy volunteers who had never meditated 

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AP National/International News Entertainment News from AP CHARLESTON, SC (WCIV) – New research shows meditation can be even more effective at relieving pain than prescription painkillers. The study tested the response to pain in 15 test subjects. 

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A new research has shown that meditation produces powerful pain-relieving effects in the brain.
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A study led by Fadel Zeidan has revealed that meditation done for more than one hour radically condenses pain. The study has recorded a 40 % reduction in pain intensity and 57% reduction in pain unpleasantness. 
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By Fiona Macrae A study has found 80 minutes of meditationtraining can quickly and effectively quell pain – and do it better than some of the most powerful drugs. For the study, 15 healthy people who had never meditated before attended four, 
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Hope you got a chance to read all these articles about how meditation can help you manage your pain without the use of medication. So many of you out there deal with this issue constantly, you should know that practicing meditation techniques helps you gradually control the frequency of pain episodes and the intensity of the pain.

You may not eliminate the pain completely but all efforts to help yourself will produce some positive effect, no matter how small. You can also discover whether your emotions are causing pain reactions in your body once you are aware,  you can heal and manage the stress that is created from pain.

Once you get started you will naturally want to share your experiences with others. That’s what makes your meditation more interesting, always listening to others stories and without judgement, discovering the similarities and differences, learning as you go.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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