The first step is to be aware of the emotional component of pain. Making yourself aware of the cause of your problem can help relieve your pain. If your back pain is being caused by stress or feeling upset, getting reassurance that emotional imbalances are not made up can be a significant relief. It's real pain, which commences following mental strain, stress and trauma. Uncertainty of not knowing what the leading cause of your back pain is, may induce more pain on you as an individual and is why recognising that your back pain is due to your emotional state of mind is highly essential, rather than trying to figure out where the pain is coming from. By recognising this, you may take the condition serious and address it accordingly.
Step 2 involves eliminating/reducing the negative stress that you have in your life, which is simple in theory, although we need to start by taking care of ourselves. Allowing yourself to do what's best for you is crucial as well, as segregating yourself away from those individuals that produce negative thoughts or reduce the interaction amount. Redirecting negative conversations into more positive ones is also a healthy tool if you're struggling with all the negative comments. Many people spend the majority of their lives being miserable and unhappy and waste their precious time. Eliminate these negative thought and conversations to enhance your overall happiness, so you're not one of these people. If your occupation is causing too much stress on your life, it may be a good decision in finding an alternative. Even though this may be hard, combining back pain with career unhappiness is only going to make the severity of the symptoms worse. Your living environment is another critical factor you need to consider. Is your house peaceful and relaxing? Does it give you the drive to refuel for the following day? Removing messiness can allow you to eliminate stress and guide you on the right path. Lastly, finances might be the burden that is causing your pain. Downsizing and reducing the bills that may accompany it can provide a platform for your stress relief.
The third step highlights getting it out! This refers to your emotional stresses in your life and is why you need to eliminate it as quickly as possible. These factors like anxiety, depression damage tissues within the body, so the quicker these are expelled, the faster your recovery will be. For difficult emotional situations like divorce and death, these may take longer to overcome and writing down your emotions may be a way in moving on from these situations. Starting sentences with, I'm angry with, or I'm sorry for, can encourage emotional responses and release the pressure that emotions can create in the body. For unresolved circumstances that have caused severe trauma, assistance from a therapist is the best avenue to explore. Resolving the deep issues is a massive step in balancing your emotional state of mind.
The final step in balancing your emotional state of mind is to manage the stresses that are present at this moment in time. Exercise is an important coping mechanism for relieving stress. Exercising helps you to release your body's feel-good endorphins, provide you with energy, ease pain and help you live a longer life. Schedule time in your daily plan to do something that is going to make you feel good afterwards, for example, a walk with a friend or your dog. Meditation is also an effective lifestyle change that you can adopt into your life to help manage the pain. Implementing 10-20 minutes of meditation into your daily routine can help clear the mind, centre your thoughts and maintain your health. Taking deep and long breaths entice that the muscle cells take up more oxygen, which can reduce the likelihood of developing trigger points. Yoga is the preferred means of meditation; however, if you're after a stronger alternative, hypnosis should be explored. Hypnosis that sends you into deep meditation by reaching down into the unconscious mind to help relieve pain.
The steps mentioned above are just some ways you can utilise to cope with stress and balance your mind. Ignoring feelings and letting them bottle up is only going to produce a more harmful effect in the future. Addressing the issues causing your stress and eliminating as quickly as possible is going to be an important part of your journey in balancing your mind.
For advice towards managing your emotional reactions towards pain and emotions leading to pain we are to guide you here at lakeside Chiropractic. We are holistic Practitioner’s that take the emotional feelings into consideration. We understand that we are all emotional beings and this is a consideration when treating you appropriately. For all round advice and corrective steps in healing you please do not hesitate to contact us. Lakeside Chiropractic located at 3/45 Central Walk, Joondalup - centrally to Perth Northern Suburbs. We have Visitors from various surrounding suburbs such as: Mindarie, Kallaroo, Iluka, Wanneroo, Sinagra, Pearsall, Tapping and Currambine. We Have HICAPS Facilities available onsite for all major health insurance providers (NIB, HCF, HBF, AHM, HIF), we are also a part of the BUPA members first network and a Medibank preferred practitioner. If you have any queries or would like to book an appointment feel free to contact us on 9300 0095 or visit our website www.lakesidechiro.com.au .