As you likely know, people who experience chronic pain and illness tend to be more stressed. Perhaps you find yourself becoming more easily upset and frustrated. You might be disappointed that a recent flare prevented you from going to an important occasion. Or are you stressed about finances? No matter what the case, it is likely that your pain is stressful! That being said, it doesn't have to be as stressful, and you do not need to continue to suffer. You can find ways to cope better with the stress of your pain through treatments specifically designed and tailored to help you! That is one area I help people manage the stress of their chronic pain and chronic illness.
Stress impacts your health down to the smallest part of your body. Have you ever felt sore or achy after a stressful day? Perhaps you had a migraine following a stressful event. It is very common for all people to have pain flares following stressful events. Again, obtaining treatment to help you reduce your stress can be helpful!
I offer many research-based treatments that help with stress! These are treatments that are some of the most researched and suggested treatments. They include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and hypnotherapy.
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