Meditation and Yoga for Chronic Pain Management

Meditation and Yoga for Chronic Pain ManagementNeed to manage chronic pain? Recent studies have shown that yoga is a valuable component of a chronic pain management plan. Cytokines, markers in the body that indicate inflammation, have been found to decrease after people do exercises like yoga. Yoga also helps you become more aware of your body, which can help reduce pain.

I found this outstanding video on the problem of chronic pain. Give it a watch – it’s only 5 minutes, and I think you’ll find it entertaining as well as informative.

Understanding Pain and Chronic Pain Management

New evidence based approaches to chronic pain management.

The particular yoga poses to practice will vary depending upon the location of your pain. Start with yoga breathing (click here for free video), which will benefit your overall well being, and relieve the stress and hopelessness of struggling with chronic pain.

Are you open to trying meditation? Meditation provides greater reductions in pain intensity and pain unpleasantness than medications like morphine! Here’s an awesome 10 minute guided meditation for chronic pain management.

Chronic Pain Management Guided Meditation

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About LuLu

LuLu has been practicing yoga for three decades. She's done yoga at home, in yoga classes, and is currently a member at a yoga studio in the Los Angeles area. A freelance graphic designer by trade, she welcomes you to join her on this journey to learn more about the healthful practice of yoga. Namaste!
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4 Responses to Meditation and Yoga for Chronic Pain Management

  1. Donna says:

    How do you always find such good videos? These were wonderful! Thank you so much.

  2. Great post!
    You continue to come up with great Yoga tips! Thanks for sharing.

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