Viewing entries tagged
pain

Comment

Mindfulness-Based Meditation to Fight Chronic Lower Back Pains than Painkillers

Some people can really avoid taking tablets and their side-effects by practicing mindfulness. Whether it is anxiety, depression or back pains - mindfulness is here to help. 

"The mindfulness-based technique will find relief with a form of meditation. It involves yoga, body awareness, and focus. People who did this technique showed improvements compared to cognitive behavioral therapy, which also help relieve back pains.

According to Dr. Madhav Goyal, cowriter of an editorial paper of the study said, "This new study is exciting, because here's a technique that doesn't involve taking any pharmaceutical agents, and doesn't involve..."

Click Here For Full Article

To find out more about meditation click here or to book your session today get in contact!

Comment

Comment

Mindfulness Pain Relief Distinct from Placebo Effect

A new study demonstrates that the practice of mindfulness may ease pain in a way that is mechanistically distinct from the placebo effect. Research, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, found that mindfulness meditation not only outperformed placebo and fake meditation for pain relief but that it also activated different brain regions than the placebo treatments. Click here for more 

To find out more about meditation click here or to book your session today get in contact!

Comment

Comment

Harvard Health Publications talk about complementary treatments for neck pain

Interesting article where the boffins at Harvard talk about how acupuncture and Alexander techniques therapies helped to reduce pain with little or no side effect. Research published by the Annals of Internal Medicine compared two different therapies compared with standard care.

http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/complementary-therapies-for-neck-pain-201511038559

To find out more about meditation click here or to book your session today get in contact!

Comment