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Acknowledgments Foreword by Professor Patrick D. Wall Introduction Unit 1 The Power of Deep Relaxation Unit 2 What Are You Telling Yourself? Unit 3 Building Self-Esteem and a Positive Attitude Unit 4 Pictures in Your Mind Unit 5 Dealing With Your Feelings Unit 6 Finding the Stillness Within Unit 7 Pacing and Planning Your Activities Unit 8 Enjoying Yourself Unit 9 Flare-Ups Continuing the Journey Resources Recommended Books Index
Jan Sadler is author and coordinator of the highly successful Pain Support website (www.painsupport.co.uk) and the author of Peaceful Sleep and The Five Feel-Good Factors. Her pain management programmes have been adopted by pain and stress management clinics in hospitals and support groups throughout the world. She lives in England.
"I thoroughly recommend Pain Relief without Drugs to all chronic sufferers; those who follow its advice will surely benefit." * Dr. J. C. D. Wells, Pain Research Institute, Liverpool, England * "Jan Sadler provides age-old methods and sage advice designed to calm the body and the mind through the practice of self-awareness. The result is an inner calm that allows you to gain power over your pain. Whether your pain is physical or emotional, these wonderful practices will be extremely useful." * Donna Finando, author of Trigger Point Self-Care Manual and Trigger Point Therapy for Myofascial Pai * "By transforming the emotions attached to our pain, Jan Sadler shows, through her own self-inquiry, that our relationship with pain can be a doorway to our deeper selves." * Rahasya Poe, Lotus Guide magazine, Issue No. 24, Mar/Apr 2008 * " . . . Sadler spells out a multi-step plan that includes exercise, meditation, visualization, and more to help people deal with their pain naturally." * Rob Ferraz, Vitality, Toronto's Monthly Wellness Journal * ". . . will prove invaluable for any facing a chronic pain condition." * California Bookwatch, Aug 2007 *