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Using Your Brain to Get Rid of Your Pain: A simple, common sense guide on…

by Mr John Perrier

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This book will help you to feel better. You’ll not only learn how to reduce or cure your aches and pains, but you’ll discover techniques that will help you to relax away the stresses and strains of everyday life. However, this book does not contain masses of complex psychiatry, nor is it a collection of old wives’ remedies. You won’t have to use any drugs to achieve amazing results, nor will you be required to burn incense or wear mystical healing crystals in an ankle bracelet. Instead, you will learn how to relieve your pain using the most natural cures known to medical science. Furthermore, the treatment will have beneficial spin-offs rather than unpleasant or dangerous side effects. Better still, it won’t cost you a single penny! What other health professionals have said... “This is an easy-to-understand guide to stress and its related symptoms. The author explains these sometimes difficult concepts by using simple, relevant examples, and enlivens the discussion with a touch of humour along the way. Most importantly, it shows you in simple terms how to manage your own problems. I heartily recommend this book to all sufferers of chronic pain.” (Ian McKenzie, Psychologist, Chronic pain clinician) “What a wonderful, simple-to-read book! It’s funny, insightful, and does a magnificent job of combining theory with practical management. Anyone suffering with chronic pain or stress should read this book.” (Hilary Thomson, Occupational Therapist, Former head of Relaxation Unit at The King Khalid National Guard Hospital in Saudi Arabia)

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