Today’s question is a question I get very regularly:
How do I keep the pain from starting?
Because often people’s pain goes up and down, and up and down and it comes and it goes and it moves around. And it really is the perfect question because most methods – probably everything you’ve ever tried is pain management.
And that can be drugs. And it can be surgery. And it can be chiropractor. It can be physical therapy. And EFT. And reiki. And acupuncture. And all these other things.
They’re great methods of pain management. But once the pain is there you try and limit it – make it feel a little better. Then it comes going back over and over again.
So the question, your question is really terrific.
How do you keep it from starting?
Well the way you keep it from starting is to eliminate the cause.
And the proof is in. We’ve seen it 1,100 times with private clients here.
We’ve seen with everybody in The Mayo clinic Pilot.
The cause of pain often blamed on bulging disc, herniated disc, spinal stenosis, sciatica, fibromyalgia, tension – migraine headaches. All these different diagnoses.
The cause originates in the brain. And then it starts this physical process and the end result is pain, tingling, burning, numbness and weakness.
So how do you start it?
You don’t start it at the spine.
So all of those treatments, and all those things you’ve done to try and end it at the spine, or at the physiological level – that doesn’t work.
You start it at the brain.
It has to do with stress. It has to do with emotions. It has to do with tension. And all of that start the physical process.
It’s not in your head. It starts this physical process the leads to pain.
So the way you eliminate it is to eliminate what causes the stress, the tension, these negative emotions.
How do you do that?
Go to zeropainnow.com take the pain test.
You’ll know with 97% certainty whether you can get better.
Then explore how this works on the website and you’ll get the information that you need to fix the problem by stopping it before it’s starts again and again and again.
It’s a great question.
If you have questions send them firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll answer very question you have.
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