Hi everyone! I just stumbled on this forum and have been reading a lot of the posts and getting a good amount of inspiration. Thank you all so much for sharing your journeys and results. I've been dealing with the symptoms of carpal tunnel for a year and cubital tunnel for about half a year. I've made many doctor visits where I've been told repeatedly that testing has showed no structural issues or nerve damage. Their only advice is to reduce activity which is what I have been doing to no avail. However, upon reading Dr. Sarno's book on TMS, I found that a lot of the characteristics apply to me. What's more, within a few days I found that I was paying less attention to my symptoms and having great improvements. My next hurdle to jump is getting a good night sleep as even though my daytime symptoms are improving. I am still struggling through the night. My main question is about physical activity. I really miss weightlifting and was wondering how I could ease back into it. Dr. Sarno says that these physical symptoms stem from the brain, so if I started weightlifting again. It shouldn't affect the severity of the symptoms right? I would love for some insight on how I should ease back into physical activity, specifically something as strenuous as weightlifting. Thank you for your time!