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Change the Brain; Relieve the Pain; Transform the Person

Examples of ways to decrease the numbers of cells dedicated to maintaining persistent pain in the brain are demonstrated. Each process stimulates other functions in the areas where pain is experienced to stimulate the brain to take away cells from where pain is perceived, reassigning those nerve cells to these other functions. Using these techniques and being relentless with pain spikes or intrusions by counter-stimulating the brain, leads to changes in brain function and plasticity. This exploits the same process that pain uses to become persistent.
© 2012 Michael Moskowitz, Marla Golden Contact