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Falling apart

Posted by namaste on June 6, 2005, at 21:54:15

Sometimes i feel like it is all crashing down on me. And the funny thing is it is! I got severe psychosocial stressors.No wonder I need meds and my T.I just wish I could get rid of the physical tension in my neck and jaw.I wish I was in session.Just 50 minutes a week of relief from this anxiety.


Re: Falling apart namaste

Posted by pinkeye on June 6, 2005, at 22:21:40

In reply to Falling apart, posted by namaste on June 6, 2005, at 21:54:15

Take Care Namaste. You can perhaps participate in babble more and that might help you keep things at bay till the therapy time.

Personally I found that the therapy hour is not enough for me at all. I would be doing 10 years of therapy if I had to do all the work that I did in babble.


Re: Falling apart namaste

Posted by fallsfall on June 7, 2005, at 10:41:03

In reply to Falling apart, posted by namaste on June 6, 2005, at 21:54:15

I have a lot of pain in my body (mostly back and legs for me) due to tension. I have some prescription NSAIDs that help (but it took a while to find the right one). But the thing that has helped me the most is to take my dogs for a walk and then do a little yoga. I went to my video store and rented a collection of yoga tapes so I could choose a favorite. Then I bought the favorite ("Dixie Carter's Yoga for You: Unworkout II"). Both the movement of the yoga and the meditation aspect have helped me a lot. You might look for something that does a lot of neck work.

I also learned a lot by going for a massage. The massage therapist was able to explain some things to me that have helped me to learn to relax more myself. Plus the massages felt really good.

It is often painful for me to walk the dogs and do the yoga, but I know that it will help me feel better in the long run.

I hope you can find something that relieves your pain.

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