Breathing Through the Pain
This is a coping mechanism I have myself been using daily for almost 9 of my 10 years with chronic pain and CRPS/RSD. I along with so many other pain warriors use relaxation tools to help live with ongoing pain. Please read below how this young fighter with CRPS is learning breathing and relaxation techniques:
[This article was featured on The Biofeedback Daily E-Magazine!]
I have been lucky enough that the pain clinic in my hometown have paid for me to have one-on-one yoga sessions. The yoga teacher is so amazing and she has traveled all around the world learning and teaching! She knows lots of different techniques from lots of different countries. One of them was an Indian breathing technique that she showed me, it was called and I find that it does a great job. Whenever I am stressed or I bump my CRPS foot I do it, and it helps calm me down.It slows down my breathing because when I am in a lot of pain I find it hard to control. The pain doesn’t go away when I do it, it just relaxes my muscles and my mind. I think it could really help anyone when they are stressed or hurt.
I found a really interesting website that…
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Posted on November 15, 2014, in Medical Research/ Treatments, RSD/CRPS and tagged alternative, Biofeedback, Biofeedback tools for chronic pain, breathing exercises, breathing exercises for pain, breathing through pain, chronic migraine, Chronic pain, coping tools for chronic pain, coping tools for pain, crps, Fibro, fibromyalgia, meditation, migraine, MS, Nervember, neurological, neuropathic pain, pain management alternative, rsd, small fiber neuropathy, yoga, yoga for chronic pain. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.