I am having trouble with another Nocebo I got from a physical therapist last summer. I went to him complaining that my foot hurt even though I'd only done a 15-minute walk. He told me that "stress in your body adds up" over days. The stress does not get re-set every morning. So even though I'd only done a short walk, I was in pain because of all the walking I'd done in the past days/weeks/whatevers. I really wish I'd never heard this, because I can't get it out of my mind! Even as I begin to increase my physical activity, I feel like I am always holding my breath, waiting for the pain (which, according to him, is just building and building) to burst out again. Even though I know it's not physical stress but mental stress that's doing this to me, I am finding it difficult to break out of this well-worn pattern. Any and all support/advice welcome!