Pain Explained – How Chronic Pain Can Be Managed

This article includes different evidence-based approaches, including the type of team on which I work teaching exercise, yoga and meditation.

“Patients who believe in themselves and want to partner with their [interdisciplinary medical teams] very often do better [managing pain] than those seeking doctors who are going to cure them.”

Article from Brain & Health (August/September 2023) title Pain Explained

A Doctor’s Experience: Having a Yoga & Meditation Practice when Faced with Illness

“My experience is a powerful reminder that aligning spirituality with health not only can help you stay well, but can help you weather “dis-ease” with more intention.”

Article/Blog from Harvard Health Publish – Harvard Medical School Blog (January 2022) title When the doctor becomes the patient: A transformative experience

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Harvard Medical Recommends Yoga, Meditation and Breathing Technique to Deal with Covid-19 Anxiety

While this recommendation dates back to the near beginning of the pandemic, it’s just as valid now as many suffer Covid-fatigue, social isolation, depression and stress. The methods are tried and true for many. Article is from the Harvard Medical  School Harvard Health Blog  (March 2020) title Coping with Coronavirus Anxiety.”

Another good reference: Coping with Coronavirus

 

Long-term meditation practitioners have a faster psychophysiological recovery from stress, study finds

“Stress is responsible for a variety of negative health outcomes, and takes a toll on quality of life and well-being. Thus, research on behavioral approaches that can help to attenuate the stress response is of utmost importance,” Article from PsyPost referencing research published in Psychoneuroendocrinology (April 2019)

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