Freedom from Fibromyalgia: The 5-Week Program Proven to Conquer Pain

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Crown Publishing Group, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 261 pages
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Free yourself from pain in just five weeks!

If you’re one of the millions of people who suffer from fibromyalgia, you’re all too familiar with the excruciating pain, overwhelming fatigue, and, in severe cases, total incapacitation that this disorder brings. Here at last, from a physician who specializes in treating fibromyalgia, is a clinically proven program that can free you from pain and other symptoms in as little as five weeks -- without drugs, supplements, or special diets.

Freedom from Fibromyalgiapresents Dr. Selfridge’s highly effective mind-body approach, organized in a step-by-step, week-by-week program anyone can follow:
* Week 1: Plan to heal
* Week 2: Show your brain and body who’s boss
* Week 3: Teach your brain and body to live with rage
* Week 4: Time to start feeling really good again
* Week 5: How to make freedom from fibromyalgia last

Filled with helpful examples and the voices of patients who have found freedom from fibromyalgia through Dr. Selfridge’s program, this book will put you on the path to lasting healing.

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Review: Freedom from Fibromyalgia : The 5-Week Program Proven to Conquer Pain

User Review  - Marsha Graham - Goodreads

This book was recommended to me. However, it is an old book and the understanding about mind-body connection has progressed since it was written. Although it was written with pain reduction in mind, I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lori Dent - Goodreads

This book is basically the mind, body, spirit connections. It it informs you of how you use you mind to control you pain. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Nancy Selfridge, M.D., practices family medicine with the University of Wisconsin Health–Physicians Plus Medical Group in Madison, specializing in treating fibromyalgia.

Franklynn Peterson has written more than twenty self-help books.

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