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Feed your body what it needs.
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In some instances, patients that practice mental techniques like this are able to take more of an active role in other therapies and pain management methods.

https://siliconvalleypainclinic.com/managing-pain-with-guided-imagery/
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Positive emotion—feelings such as happiness, excitement and calmness—can lower perceptions of pain intensity, may break the vicious cycle of pain and negative emotion, and thereby reduce pain-related suffering.

https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/good-feelings-in-the-midst-of-chronic-pain/
Good Feelings in the Midst of Chronic Pain
Good Feelings in the Midst of Chronic Pain
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If you had a difficult time during the holidays, what challenges did you face?
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We're glad you could be with us today. Wishing you a pleasant evening. :) Amanda
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Happy holidays!
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iovera° treatment is FDA-approved for treatment of pain, and used by our practitioners for treatment of a wide range of conditions, including occipital neuralgia, TMJ, knee pain, and many other problems. https://siliconvalleypainclinic.com/our-services/cryotherapy-iovera/
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Your body's stress reaction was meant to protect you, but when it's constantly on alert, your health can pay the price. Here's how.
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When you know a friend or loved one is living with chronic pain, you want to help them as much as you can—and the holiday season offers the perfect opportunity. There are so many gifts that can make their holidays brighter, from boosting their mood to improving mobility and relieving the ache. https://www.prevention.com/health/9-thoughtful-gifts-for-someone-with-chronic-pain
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Myofascial pain syndrome and fibromyalgia are chronic pain disorders, meaning they cause pain that lasts for long periods of time and can be difficult to manage. Learn more about their differences, symptoms and treatment options from Dr. Arya Mohabbat.
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