Article I read was really helpful in reiterating Sarno's work. The idea was always skeptical to me, even after reading his entire book and agreeing with it, I'd say "no way this can be TMS the pain is so real". But the idea of tension and stress/anxiety causing spasms/lack of blood/oxygen deprivation makes so much sense. The human body really is remarkable regarding pain and healing, so I'd always wonder how could this be? How could I be in such pain for this long of a time. I guess recurrent spasms and such due to tension could be it? Anyway the article was great and just wanted to vent on here about the question to ponder which is how long ago did I do any physical activity. I walk for an hour at a fast speed every day and usually I am stressed during it in terms of my breathing/focusing on the pain, it really is horrible. I expect the unpleasantness and it's there every time.