Internal Trauma...Read Now
There are many types of pain we may experience, but the two forms of pain we most commonly experience are External Trauma, and Internal Trauma. External trauma is just the way it sounds - something from outside of us comes in contact with our bodies, and causes us pain, such as a burn from an accidental brush with something hot, or the pain we feel when we stub our toe.
Internal trauma is pain that is generated from inside of us. This is often the pain experienced from tension, that causes involuntary muscle contractions, which reduces the amount of blood flow to those muscles. A frequent manifestation of this is low-back pain, which is a common place to experience these involuntary muscle contractions. After months or years of a lack of oxygen (hypoxia) to the muscles, spasming will occur, and the muscles will fail, because they don't have enough blood flow to operate correctly.
The explanation of the problem is quite simple, and the solution may be more complex, but internal trauma can be halted, and the muscles heal quickly once they are free from the involuntary muscle contractions.
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After trying every conventional therapy for crippling, chronic low-back pain, I discovered the problem was completely within my control. I experienced an amazing health transformation in a matter of weeks. Mind-Body medicine worked for me, and it can for can too!