Category Archives: discipline

Changing the brain/Rewiring the brain/Training the brain: Managing fibromyalgia

“Every man (sic) can, if he so desires, become the sculptor of his own brain”, Santiago Ramon Cajal I have before me books, newspaper clippings, magazines that speak to the phenomenal advances that are occurring in the area of brain … Continue reading

Posted in Anil Kuchinad, art therapists, brain fog, brain rewiring, breathing, Buddha's Brain, changing the brain, chiropractors, chronic pain, creativity, deficits, discipline, emotional distress, Fibromyalgia, Globe and Mail newspaper, loss of gray matter in brains of FMS people, massage therapists, meditation, movement, neuroplasticity, neuroscientists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, premature aging of the brain, psychologists, sensory processing, Shambhala Sun, The Journal of Neuroscience, training the brain, yoga journal | 2 Comments

Fibromyalgia and Treatment

“What I am looking for is not out there; it is in me”, Helen Keller The idea that fibromyalgia can be ‘cured’ through medications is erroneous. Drugs such as Neurontin or Lyrica can sometimes be effective to control the symptoms in some … Continue reading

Posted in body movement, diaphragmatic breathing, discipline, Fibromyalgia, Jeffrey M. Schwartz and Sharon Begley, Lyrica, meditation, neurontin, remap brain, shaking, shivering, talk therapy, The Mind and the Brain, touch therapy, trembling, unlearn | 7 Comments