A new, large meta-review of 60 clinical trials (6,400 participants) showed that mind-body approaches, such as meditation, guided imagery, hypnosis and cognitive behavioral therapy, improved pain in people who have been taking prescription opioids and led to reductions in the drug’s dose.

ACCESS STUDY

One thought on “Wellness Evidence Study: Mind-Body Interventions, Including Meditation, Reduce Pain & Opioid Doses”

  1. Yes, your study is accurate. I lived in Miami Beach for years and know how it feels in winter swimming in the ocean while others are suffering the cold. An easy way to feeling well. Imagine somebody with pain, depressed, and not ready to jump into the ocean? Explore the real wellness known for centuries in Europe, healing with the therapeutic power of mineral springs.
    Greetings,
    Klaus

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.