If you are one of the estimated 50 million Americans who suffers with Chronic Pain, you are aware of just how miserable and life-altering it can be. There is not a single area of you life that has remained unaffected.
You no longer sleep well. Your sex life is nearly non-existent. Everyday activities have become “Mount Everest”. You cannot concentrate because the pain is always on your mind. It is wearing you out, both physically and emotionally. People can see the pain on your face and in your eyes. Chronic Pain is slowly destroying you from the inside out, draining the life out of you and leaving in it’s place a feeling of worthlessness and despair. And to top it all off, you cannot believe the amount of money that you’ve spent on doctors, tests, and medications — with little or nothing to show for it.
Chronic Pain and the inability to live your life and pursue your passions, are making you feel depressed (not the other way around like your doctor may have suggested). Recent studies have revealed that the brains of people suffering with Chronic Pain show patterns of atrophy that are virtually indistinguishable from patterns seen in patients with dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. In fact, research from a prominent Canadian university reported that Chronic Pain causes the brain to degenerate at almost 10 times the rate of someone without pain!
Although your situation may seem hopeless, there are some things that you can do to help yourself — even though your doctor has undoubtedly failed to educate you in this regard. Some of the most basic of these include eating only healthy foods and taking only whole-food supplements, drinking more water, giving up the cigarettes, and exercising to the degree that you are able (difficult when suffering with Chronic Pain). For more information, check out some of the links on the “Blogroll” at the right side of the page.
Although doing these simple things will certainly help a large percentage of you who suffer with Chronic Pain; there is a significant percentage of you whose pain is not greatly diminished by these measures. It is for you that I created this website —- Destroy Chronic Pain. You see; I myself struggled with Chronic Pain for a decade before finding a solution.
But before we move on to what it takes to address the unique problems of people struggling with Chronic Pain, you must first understand what Chronic Pain is and how it really works.
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