Dissolving Pain: Simple Brain-Training Exercises for Overcoming Chronic Pain (Paperback)
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For four decades, Dr. Les Fehmi has been a leader in brainwave biofeedback (also called neurofeedback), training individuals how to balance and regulate their brainwave patterns to improve mental, emotional, and physical health. <o:p> </o:p>
Dissolving Pain is based on the premise that although pain is perceived to exist in a particular part of the body, pain in fact resides in the brain. Dr. Fehmi shows us that it is possible to learn to resolve pain at the brain level, using simple attention exercises. Drawing on scientific research, Dr. Fehmi explains how to quiet the pain signal in the brain, empowering readers to free themselves from many forms of pain and discomfort.
Included with the book is a 65-minute audio CD in which Dr. Fehmi guides listeners through the fundamental Dissolving Pain exercises.
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About the Author
Jim Robbins is an award-winning journalist and science writer, with frequent contributions to the New York Times, Smithsonian, Scientific American, Discover, and Psychology Today. In connection with his reporting, he has appeared on ABC’s Nightline and on NPR’s All Things Considered and Morning Edition.
Praise for Dissolving Pain: Simple Brain-Training Exercises for Overcoming Chronic Pain…
“The techniques described in this book can make life fuller, more enjoyable, and more productive.”—Andrew Weil, MD
“These mental techniques help you to experience your body and even your heart in a new way.”—Publishers Weekly
“Try it. It works.”—Martha Beck, O Magazine
“Dissolving Pain is rich with scientific information but presented in understandable terms. The series of exercises are straightforward and easy to follow.”—New Age Retailer
“A revolutionary technique based on well-researched brainwave feedback. This valuable resource offers insights into understanding how pain resides in the brain and how to quiet it.”—ForeWord Reviews This Week