The simple fact is --
You don't have to accept pain as being an inevitable fact of life!
Of course nobody in this life escapes an episode of pain. If catch your finger in a door it's going to hurt. If you burn yourself on the stove its going to hurt. If you fall off your bike and bang your knee it is going to hurt!
However all of the above causes temporary pain and no matter how acute it is it is going to eventually go away.
This book is not about managing pain that lasts a few minutes, a few days or even a few weeks as is the case with someone who breaks a bone. It is for people who are putting up with long term pain that is caused by an injury or condition or that is actually caused by nothing.
It is about how to deal with pain that has become like an unwelcome guest that never, ever goes away even if you are taking painkillers!
Pain that seems to have no cause is also known as idiopathic pain - meaning there seems to be no cause! A lot of joint, muscle, nerve, dental and head pain can be the result of this.
Talking about physical pain can be a huge pain in itself because it is simply one of those topics that feeds into itself. Sometimes talking about it makes it worse because you are reminded that you have it in the first place. In fact this eBook I discuss that tendency of people who are in pain and how to get rid of it.
Natural Pain Management has been written as concisely yet thoroughly as possible with the understanding that people who truly are in pain don't have a lot of time to waste reading! Just getting through the day might be a challenge in itself! I tell you what you need to know to get out of pain as fast as possible with a minimum of wading through pages and pages of New Age jargon about positive thinking, fixing your aura or whatever else you might think this book is about.
Natural Pain Management offers only practical, time and study proven ways to help deal with your condition and find relief! No hoky-poky. Just stuff that makes it go away.
I also teach you to "reframe" in your mind about how you have been feeling about or perceiving your condition.
In fact you might say that although pain is a consequence of an injury or disease it can become a medical condition in itself if it does not go away!
Table Of Contents:
What Is Pain?
It starts At The Very Beginning
A Quick Overview Of Analgesic Pain Solutions
What kind Of Pain Do You Have?
Massage For Pain Relief
Acupuncture – The Great Pain Reliever
Hypnosis For Dealing With Pain
Herbs For Pain Relief