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What is your best distraction from pain?
Losing myself in a book or a movie
Gentle exercise like yoga
Spending time with my kids or grandkids
Meditating or focusing on my own spirituality
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Living with chronic pain can cloud the mind and spirit. Use the tips, tools and resources on this page to guide you toward the life you want to lead, despite the pain.

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  • 10 Ways to Cope with Pain

    Finding ways to nurture our spirits can help us cope with pain at the same time that we discover nuggets of grace, comfort, and productivity. Author Maureen Pratt shares ten tools that can help you get started toward peace in spite of and in the midst of pain.

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Pain Management Tools
  • 8 Affirmations to Break Painful Patterns

    Negative thinking is believed to exacerbate chronic pain conditions. These eight affirmations will help you direct your energy in a positive direction, learning to let go of pain in the process.

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  • The Language of Healing

    Pain is a type of intuition, a way of relocating you in your body so you know something is out of balance. Most of us check out of our bodies from the moment we get sick, yet you can't heal your body unless you're in it. Learn to use your intuition to heal pain.

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  • Meditation: Channel Your Pain

    Renowned Buddhist author and teacher Pema Chodron guides you through a five-minute meditation on how to change your pain into compassion.

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  • Yoga to Help Ease Chronic Pain

    Yoga instructor Liz Owen offers a healing sequence of 10 poses to help strengthen your body, ease your mind, and help you release your pain.

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Please be aware that this information is provided to supplement the care provided by your physician. Is neither intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Call your healthcare provider immediately if you think you may have a medical emergency. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new treatment or with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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