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Natural pain management ( E BOOK )

Pain is a fact of life that many thousands of people all over the world live with every day of their lives. For many who are in chronic (long- term) pain, this means that it is something they have to live with every waking moment of every day, which is likely to make life very miserable indeed. The fact is that all of us, probably every single individual on the face of planet earth is either already familiar with pain or will have episodes of pain at some point in our lives yet to materialize. Does this therefore mean that we have to accept pain as an inevitable fact of life? The unfortunate answer to the question is probably yes because unless you live in a cotton-wool lined cocoon for every moment of every day, it is almost impossible to avoid the kind of accidents that inevitably cause pain and discomfort. However, in a situation like this, the pain is usually temporary and no matter how acute it might be at the time, it passes fairly quickly. If you trap your finger in the door or smack yourself on the back of the hand with a hammer, yes, it hurts like the devil and the pain will be excruciatingly intense, of that there is no doubt. If you fall off your bike and crack your knee off the concrete, it hurts and even getting an unintentional kick or smack playing sports does not hurt any less because your opponent didn’t mean to cause you pain. However, by definition, acute pain of this type usually passes and whilst trapping your finger in the door or falling off your bike can leave an
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Pain is a fact of life that many thousands of people all over the world

live with every day of their lives. For many who are in chronic (long-
term) pain, this means that it is something they have to live with every

waking moment of every day, which is likely to make life very miserable
indeed.
The fact is that all of us, probably every single individual on the face of
planet earth is either already familiar with pain or will have episodes of
pain at some point in our lives yet to materialize. Does this therefore
mean that we have to accept pain as an inevitable fact of life?
The unfortunate answer to the question is probably yes because unless
you live in a cotton-wool lined cocoon for every moment of every day, it
is almost impossible to avoid the kind of accidents that inevitably cause
pain and discomfort. However, in a situation like this, the pain is usually
temporary and no matter how acute it might be at the time, it passes
fairly quickly.
If you trap your finger in the door or smack yourself on the back of the
hand with a hammer, yes, it hurts like the devil and the pain will be
excruciatingly intense, of that there is no doubt. If you fall off your bike
and crack your knee off the concrete, it hurts and even getting an
unintentional kick or smack playing sports does not hurt any less
because your opponent didn’t mean to cause you pain.
However, by definition, acute pain of this type usually passes and whilst
trapping your finger in the door or falling off your bike can leave an

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