I'm sorry you are going through this. It's a pity doctors and governments are more concerned with a few adcits than many who are suffereing.
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7/7/09 at 5:15pm
If you can get you hands on today's Wall Street Journal (or I can send you the article) there was an article about pain mgmt in light of the potential overuse of acetaminophen.
I just wanted to share with you my experiance with biofeedback. When I was a teen I was in a biofeedback program to deal with a horrible depression. I found it really wonderful at the time for my depression and still use some of the techniques I learned now.
My program focused on relaxation, I sit in a dark room with a sleep machine (I keep mine set to crickets or tree frogs) tense all the mucles in my body from my toes moving up to your sholders, then slowly release in the same direction, then take deep breaths through my mouth, and out through my nose for the rest of the session/time. I still do this today, usually for 15/20min and it really helps with my fibromyalgia pain.