…Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST), and leaves out several, like clean water, magnets, PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy), biomats, FarRed Saunas, cocaine (Surprise! Cocaine can be prescribed and used for pain relief; although your doctor may be afraid to prescribe it.), THC (from marijuana), NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and who knows how many more.
If you have pain explore your options. Do your homework. Magnets require you to use the correct pole and refrigerator magnets are unlikely to be helpful. Some magnets are designed to increase their pain and healing effectiveness by alternating poles. This affects the blood and increase blood flow to the source of discomfort and is one of many choices to seek relief.
Dr. John E. Sarno’s book “Healing Back Pain” does an exceptional job for back pain and you can explore its techniques for other pains as well. In the alternative world, rarely is a good solution limited to one problem.
Do your homework if you expect to find good solutions. There are solutions for you if you dig in to learn the steps, details, and proper order; so continue to learn and explore until you find what works for you.
Keep a journal of what you test and rate your pain before and after on a scale of 1 to 10. The process of measuring and recording has benefits of its own.
Now watch this video to see one option that the ruling elite wants to deny those in pain and then read on to learn 16 more options for pain…
A Nation Running from Pain: What Can Be Done About It
By Dr. Mercola
According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), lethal heroin overdoses nearly quadrupled between 2000 and 2013 in the US, escalating from 0.7 to 2.7 deaths per 100,000 during this timeframe.
Heroin-related deaths were nearly four times more prevalent among men than women in 2013, and lethal overdoses were highest among Caucasians between the ages of 25 and 44. The greatest increase in heroin-related deaths was seen after 2010.
As noted by Medical News Today:1
“During the period investigated, the researchers found an average increase in heroin-related drug-poisoning deaths of six percent per year from 2000 through to 2010.
From 2010 through 2013, the average increase was a staggering 37 percent per year…”
Prescription Painkillers Are the New Gateway Drugs
What many fail to realize is that this trend is actually fueled by legal drug addiction. The reason for the resurgence of heroin is in large part due to it being less expensive than its prescription counterparts.
Addictive prescription drugs such as Vicodin, OxyContin, Percocet, codeine, and Fentora, all of which are opioids (derivatives of opium) are widely overprescribed for pain.
Many painkiller addicts also turn to heroin when their tolerance level surpasses their allotted prescription dosage, or when they’re no longer allowed to refill their prescription.
According to previous statistics, prescriptions for opioid painkillers have risen by a staggering 300 percent over the past decade.2 As of 2012, 259 million prescriptions for opioids and other narcotic painkillers were written3 in the US, and these drugs actually claim far more lives than heroin does.
In 2010, prescription painkillers were responsible for 16,600 deaths; heroin was involved in about 3,000.4 By 2013, the number of heroin deaths had increased to 8,257,5 but as noted in the featured article:6
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