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Why test for neuropathy if there is no cure?

Neuropathy | Last Active: Apr 4, 2021 | Replies (87)

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Hi Dan, the brain certanly controls pain ! Carefully read chapter 7 of Doidge's first book ' The brain that changes itself'. It works for me: back itch, or any totally gone, pain in feet and lower legs improving. Repetitively it is not good enough, it must dominate your thinking and become the person you are. You dominate the problem, not the other way. I simply will never ever scratch an itching skin on any part of my body.With pain., I do not take any medication, but, as per chapter 7, I change my thought. You can only have one thought in your mind at the same time. Only humans have the choice, and that is what I do. Reread the chapter and my best wishes. What you want out of life is our choice, and dominant thinking of what we want out of life, and must be a non negotiatable.

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Hi Barry, Thank you so much for your response. I just reread chapter 7. There is discussion about chronic pain which is not my issue. My neuropathy pain is an intermittent or episodic burning sensation or pain that affects different areas of the body at various times caused by auto-antibodies attacking my small nerve fibers. The treatment for chronic pain uses imagination and illusions to restructure the brain maps. What is your specific technique? Do you close down the gates of pain through some kind of meditation? You say that you change your thoughts and that it must dominate your thinking. During a pain event, what is it that you are thinking about? What is your dominant thought?? Please provide more detail. Thank you. Don

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