Traditionally pain has been managed by the administration of pain pills. Then when the body develops a tolerance to pain pills, the doctor ups the dosage. Then when that doesn’t work, where do you go . . .a different medication until the same thing happens with the new medicine? Research is beginning to show the connection between the mind and pain. The mind, meaning the brain and a person’s emotions have a unique ability to control pain. This approach makes sense: less expensive, no side effects, no addiction issues. http://health.msn.com/health-topics/pain-management/rheumatoid-arthritis/articlepage.aspx?cp-documentid=100260451>1=31004
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