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Proven exercises and techniques for dealing with painYour compassionate guide to conquering pain and living a full lifeDo you suffer from chronic pain? This reassuring, practical guide helps you understand what causes pain and how to manage it with the newest pain-relieving techniques. You'll see how to track your pain triggers, weigh the benefits and risks of pain-reducing medications, improve your pain levels with diet and exercise, and determine whether surgery is right for you.Discover how to: Diagnose your pain Build an anti-pain medical team Prevent or minimize pain attacks Explore alternative therapies Make helpful lifestyle changes
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Charles J., Jr. Vierck, Elizabeth Vierck, Stuart S. Kassan
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Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
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Introduction.Part I: Getting the Lowdown on Chronic Pain.Chapter 1: Hurting That Doesn't Go Away.Chapter 2: Discovering How Pain Works.Chapter 3: When Pain Becomes Chronic.Part II: Detailing Some Causes of Chronic Pain.Chapter 4: Arthritis and Its Cohorts.Chapter 5: My Aching Back.Chapter 6: Head Cases: Migraines and Other Types of Craniofacial Pain.Chapter 7: The Odd Couple: Injuries and Strokes.Chapter 8: Burn Pain.Chapter 9: Digestive and Urinary Conditions.Chapter 10: Reproductive Conditions.Chapter 11: Following the Nerve Pathways: Neuralgias and Neuropathies.Chapter 12: Cancer Pain.Part III: Managing Your Pain Medically.Chapter 13: Putting Together an Anti-Pain Team.Chapter 14: Prescribing Medicines for Chronic Pain.Chapter 15: Taking an Alternative Approach to Pain Management.Chapter 16: Considering Surgery: The Last Resort?Part IV: Managing Your Pain with Lifestyle.Chapter 17: Tracking and Avoiding Pain Triggers.Chapter 18: Nutrition and Weight Control.Chapter 19: Getting Physical: Flexibility, Strength, Endurance, and Balance.Chapter 20: Tackling Fatigue.Chapter 21: Treating Pain and Stress Using the Power of Thought.Chapter 22: Relaxing, Praying, and Creating.Part V: Understanding Pain Throughout the Life Cycle.Chapter 23: Pain in Children.Chapter 24: Pain and Aging.Chapter 25: Pain at the End of Life.Part VI: The Part of Tens.Chapter 26: Ten Ways to Detect Bogus "Cures".Chapter 27: Ten Things to Remember about Pain and Sexuality.Chapter 28: Ten or So Web Sources for People with Chronic Pain.Chapter 29: Ten Things to Avoid When You Have Chronic Pain.Index.