~ Dr.P.S Ajrawat
Do You Suffer From Pain ?
Pain is common health problem. Pain afflicts one out of every two to three people in the United States and around the world at any given time. Chronic pain and acute pain are major sources of mental and physical disabilities which generally go undiagnosed and do not receive adequate attention. Pain sufferers continue to live in an enigma, and their lives becomes an endless misery.
Do you suffer from agonizing pain?
Do you have sleepless nights?
Are you physically and emotionally distressed?
Is your life at a standstill because of pain?
Are you addicted to or taking excessive pain medication?
Have you undergone multiple treatments?
Are you upset or angry?
Do you feel the system have failed and shunned you?
Are you financially stressed out?
Are you missing out on life?
Were you ever told that your pain is unreal or all in your head?
Have you been on a never ending Merry-Go-Round in search of pain relief?
If your answer is 'Yes' to any of these questions, then this is the time to look at your pain from a newer and better perspective. In order to accomplish that, it is important that you first understand the very basic definition of pain.
Pain has been described many ways. Aristotle called it a 'negative passion of soul'. Some theologians consider it a punishment, and more than a few psychotherapists view it as an odd obsession. However, in recent years, it has come to be defined from a better perspective which is scientific and appropriate.
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