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Healing Back Pain: The Mind-Body Connection (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

John E. Sarno
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Healing Back Pain promises permanent elimination of back pain without drugs, surgery, or exercise. It should have been titled Understanding TMS Pain, because it discusses one particular cause of back pain--Tension Myositis Syndrome (TMS)--and isn't really a program for self-treatment, with only five pages of action plan (and many more pages telling why conventional methods don't work). According to John E. Sarno, M.D., TMS is the major cause of pain in the back, neck, shoulders, buttocks, and limbs--and it is caused not by structural abnormalities but by the mind's effort to repress emotions. He's not saying that your pain is all in your head; rather, he's saying that the battle going on in your mind results in a real physical disorder that may affect muscles, nerves, tendons, or ligaments. An injury may have triggered the disorder, but is not the cause of the amount or intensity of the resulting pain. According to Sarno, the mind tricks you into not facing repressed emotion by making you focus on pain in the body. When this realization sinks in ("and it must sink in, for mere intellectual appreciation of the process is not enough"), the trick doesn't work any more, and there's no need for the pain. (Healing Back Pain should not be used for self-diagnosis. Always consult a physician for chronic or acute back pain.) --Joan Price

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This best seller was first published in 1991, but no one ever bid for the audio rights. Now, Sarno will narrate his own work.
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pour guérir de douleurs sans cause physiologique 26 juillet 2010
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Ce livre est intéressant pour les personnes qui souffrent d'une douleur au dos mais aussi à la nuque, aux épaules... sans que les médecins n'aient pu trouver de causes physiologiques (lorsque les exames médicaux, les scanners, IRM... ne montrent pas de cause à la douleur).

Il semble en effet que certaines douleurs soient créées par le cerveau pour nous distraire des problèmes de la vie de tout les jours.

Ce livre montre comment prendre conscience de la situation qui amène la douleur et comment faire passer la douleur.

Malheureusement j'ai l'impression qu'il n'existe pas de livre équivalent en français. Vous pouvez avoir quelques renseignements sur le wiki suivant :
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3 livres de cet auteur sont disponibles aujourd'hui sur Amazon :
- Ce livre -> Healing Back Pain: The Mind-Body Connection : suffisant pour comprendre la théorie de l'auteur et appliquer sa méthode.
- The Mind Body Prescription: Healing the Body, Healing the Pain : un peu similaire à "Healing Back Pain".
- The Divided Mind: The Epidemic of Mindbody Disorders : beaucoup plus complet. C'est un peu une généralisation de "Healing Back Pain" à d'autres problèmes comme les migraines et l'hypertension.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 L'origine du mal 7 octobre 2013
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Me lisant handicapé par un lumbago persistant, de bonnes âmes m'ont écrit pour me conseiller diverses pratiques de guérison. Soulagé momentanément par les bons soins de la masseuse chinoise, de l'ostéopathe, du réflexologue et de la nouvelle pharmacopée, en l'occurrence de l'Ixprim, savant cocktail de tramadol et de paracétamol, mais néanmoins bloqué en position allongée depuis trois semaines, j'ai eu tout le loisir de lire Healing Back Pain en anglais dans le texte, le best-seller du Docteur John E. Sarno. Le médecin américain y livre son intuition sur l'origine du mal au dos et comment s'en débarrasser définitivement, même affecté comme je le suis par une hernie discale et trois disques écrasés !
L'hypothèse formulée par le médecin américain tient du bon sens, mais son style est celui d'un auteur à succès s'adressant à une large population plutôt inculte en matière psychanalytique. Dès lors que l'on considère que la majorité de nos afflictions proviennent de la somatisation, ou du moins que notre mental a une influence indéniable sur les maladies que nous attrapons, pourquoi ne pourrait-on guérir par ce qui provoqua le mal ? D'où sa suggestion de soigner les TMS (Tension Myositis Syndrome, en français Troubles musculosquelettiques) sans médicaments, ni chirurgie, ni exercice physique, mais par le seul pouvoir du cerveau... Si l'I.R.M. montre une lésion vertébrale, Sarno prétend que ce n'est pas elle qui provoque la douleur.
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Have you ever suffered from back pain? Chances are that this book will heal you, once and forever. Even better, the same holds for other common "problems", like indigestion, headache, ....
This volume is the introduction, for more details read his later books.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 TRès interessant 18 février 2013
Par sens
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la même chose que "The mind body prescription", un peu moins detaillé mais tout aussi aidant; Uj Must pour toute personne qui a mal au dos. Risque de vivre normalement après lecture.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Please, please read this book 18 avril 2009
Par nnelg - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a 57 year old that has suffered from numerous conditions and much pain since I was a teen. Just to name a few since most of us need to see ourselves in someone else's experience,
-chronic prostatitis (started when I was 15 and still flares up occasionally)
-dizziness
-tinnitis (ringing in the ears)
-numbness in arms hands and legs
-paralyzing fear of MS for at least 10 years
-irritable bowel syndrome
-debilitating back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain (my wife went ALONE on our 30th anniv. trip because I was on the floor in pain)
-TMJ and ear pain
-chronic fear that I have "one of the big ones" (they just haven't found it yet)
-severe depression
I could go on but this gives you an idea. Invariably when one issue faded, another began. My wife tells me I was essentialy absent in the raising of our children because of my preoccupation with my health issues. It makes me want to cry when I think that my wife was a "married single" for all those years.
About 2 years ago I was looking up back pain books on Amazon and came across "Healing Back Pain" by Dr. Sarno. The reviews were unbelievable and being that the book was not new there were a lot of them. I ordered the book and devoured it, finding myself in every page (as you often hear). And like so many others on this forum I began to seriously consider the information presented. I ordered "The Mindbody Prescription" and read it as well. I ordered Dr. Sarno's CD and listened to it while travelling.
I finally came to understand what was causing my pain and how to relieve it. I would say that over the last 2 years I have been 85% successful in moving past the pain/fear issues that would have previously crippled me. I remember shortly after I was beginning this process, my wife and I were on a one month trip to the UK. We were going to go for a walk and I bent over to tie my shoe when I had a stabbing pain in my lower back...the beginning of a usual episode. At first I panicked as we were only in the second week of our trip. "Oh no! I'll have to spend the next two weeks on my back. What am I going to do?" Instead I immediately remembered what my brain was trying to do and thought "No. I'm not going to let this ruin our trip. This will pass." We went out walking and during the afternoon everything returned to normal. This has happened many times since then. Also has happened with all the other issues mentioned above.
I might reread a section of one of Sarno's books. I might just give myself a talking to. I might just press on. In any event, the issue passes. I have not had pschycotherapy because I cannot afford it but it doesn't seem to matter that I don't know the exact root. Also I have not seen a TMS doctor because there are none that I know of in the area.
I am not 100%. I suffer from some depression but I'm so thankful that I'm not where I was. This information (wrong word because it's much more powerful than that) has been life changing for me.
BTW, I am finishing "The Divided Mind". It's great because it presents other physicians experiences on TMS and it's equivalents.
Sorry to be so long. There is hope. For those who find this forum and haven't read the books...just do it. Meditate on the principles. If you can accept them you'll be on your way to a much better life.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is the answer i've been looking for! 6 octobre 2009
Par Daniel Hen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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2 weeks I've waited for this book.
1 week it took me to read it.
7 yaers of agony and pain ended last week after reading this book.
I can't believe it!
Pain that has been my evel companion and dictated every aspect of my life - gone!!!
Sometimes I feel the pain trying to come back, sneak on me, but now I know why it's there and I can make it disappear again after 5 minutes or so.
This is unreal. Its almost ridiculous.
I am 33 years old, and for the first time in 7 years - I fill young, and free.
This book is worth more then 7000$ - the amount I payed on painkillers and alternative medicine so far, and no doubt - would have kept on paying for many years to come.
If you ever had back or neck pain that crippled you, while doctors telling you that you have a herniated disc but can't explain why it hurts so much, or why you are in pain most of the time, even while sitting down - Well, this is the book for you.
You don't need to be in pain.
You don't need to be depressed anymore.
Just read this book and be open to what it has to say to you, think about it, really think.
I did and it changed my life, and I recommand this book to anyone who suffers from back & neck pain, and forever greatfull to John E. Sarno for giving me my life back <3.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 5 years with back pain, no back pain for 6 years. 13 octobre 2006
Par majorlynch - Publié sur Amazon.com
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There I was, 18 years old, after exercising badly in the gym I developed back issues. An x-ray stated I had a back abnormality. For 5 years I had back pain, evey single day, mid to lower back pain. You know whats its like, the type thats always there.

One day I was channel flicking and I saw John Sarno's interview about this book.

I bought the book. Read it.

Discovered that everyone has "normal" abnormalities doctors make a career diagnosing and prescribing pills for.

And I BELIEVED the book, kept a bookmark on one page which had a summary of the major points.

Better for the first few days. A few weeks later, no more back pain.

I moved house last year, my back may have been sore for a few hours, then the pain was gone.

I bought this book when I was 23. For 6 years my back pain has no longer been an issue. And all because I believed this book was right.

If you have back pain and an open mind, buy the book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A comment on Joan Price's review... 7 novembre 2005
Par Steven Rankel - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I must say in response to Joan Price's comments above, namely that Healing Back Pain 'isn't really a program for self-treatment with only 5 pages of action plans' - she is incorrect.

I read this book at the urging of a friend who recovered from years of debilitating back pain.

After reading it once (about a 2-3 hour investment of time), I began 'discipling my mind' and working hard to apply the 'mere 5 pages' of action plans. Why do we as humans think everything must be hard? =)

As I read the book, I began applying the principles and found my pain subsiding.

Within just one week, I was relieved of pain that I had borne for 5-10 years, and was able to stop going to doctors and treatments that had done nothing. And I spent many thousands of dollars on treatments.

It is a credit to John Sarno that he has shared simple and straightforward direction so we can actually use it.

Complexity is not the measure of something's value. Results are.

And I am living a different life because of simply reading and applying the thoughts in this book.

Thank you Dr. Sarno!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Still working after a year...on allergies, too! 3 juillet 2000
Par Teresa Medeiros - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I did a review of this book last spring in which I waxed rhapsodic because it had changed my life so I thought it would be nice to do an update. I'm still fabulously free of back pain most of the time. I've had a couple of minor "relapses", usually after some strenuous lifting (the sort of thing that would have originally caused pain), but I re-read the highlighted sections of the book, gave my subconscious a scolding (while appreciating its extreme cunning) and recovered almost immediately. It's also been effective on allergies. I had no allergies last year when I read the book, then they came back with a vengeance this year although nothing had changed--same house, same three cats, same routine. So I think my brain was trying to substitute the distraction of the allergies for the back pain. This time I wrote my brain a note in my journal and I'm having great results so far. No sniffling, no waking up in the middle of the night sneezing. I'm still struggling with super-coping, a critically ill mother, and performance anxiety on my job, but I'm trying to deal with those feelings instead of allowing my brain to distract me away from them with pain syndromes.
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