Chronic Pain: ….. exercise: .. . . the professionals have no clue, none about Exercise, exercise, exercise, , aerobic exercise, the power, the healing medicine inside.

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My chronic pain specialists, the psychologists and special pain doctors had less than a clue about exercise.
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Exercise was described as beneficial, then another sentence covered that statement.
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I never heard about exercise again.
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My success with chronic pain was 100% exercise and mental.
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Being a professional athlete taught me that.
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PTSD sufferers can benefit from exercise, also.
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When my mind was frozen, terrified, agoraphobia gripped my soul, I would leave the house for one thing, to walk till I dropped.
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I gained exhilaration, accomplishment, satisfaction, along with a flushing of my poisons, a depletion of adrenalin and cortisol, an exhausted body, and last a big smile.
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Exercise could keep me moving, let me take action when the mind was frozen.
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Chronic pain or C-PTSD could never stop me from moving my legs, I relished that fact.
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2 responses to this post.

  1. Tremendous advice….true to the core. Start slow but don’t quit.

  2. Posted by jennifertemp on August 7, 2014 at 7:36 pm

    Find some from of exercise you LIKE! If you love music, put on your headphones and power walk, or use treadmill. Dance. This will make the experience enjoyable and not seem like an extra effort – a job. You will start to love the time you spend with this activity and reap the rewards with mindfulness, fitness and overall sense of well being.
    Body, Mind and Spirit.

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