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Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by Alfaman147, Sep 27, 2016.

  1. Alfaman147

    Alfaman147 Well known member

    Am I right in saying that any form of muscle aches, tension or pain that disappears while you are asleep or drunk or completely relaxed is psychological????? And I can't believe I have posted this because I know the answer. Just interested in what u guys think. Serious health issues do not just dissappear over night and come back lol
  2. riverrat

    riverrat Well known member

    You are right
  3. ladyofthelake

    ladyofthelake Peer Supporter

    What is this "completely relaxed" thing you speak of?
  4. BeWell

    BeWell Well known member

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  5. Alfaman147

    Alfaman147 Well known member

    Haha. I have been told by my doc to stop physio, stop reading about it and stop googling. Stop giving it the time of day. I am fairly new to tms and even though I know it's psychological in still am not sure if it is tms. It's kind of an ocd and depression thing. I'm currently signed off from work at the moment. I tried to go back but I was in a terrible state. I'm very depressed with it. But I have a question. I find if I lay down in a certain position with a pillow under my knees it really helps. Also if I have a hot water bottle it feels good. Is this the wrong thing to do???. Iv also just started taking magnesium because I hear it helps with aches and pains and also anxiety. Its just a few things I do to help me out. Is this OK????
  6. ladyofthelake

    ladyofthelake Peer Supporter

    Good question about doing things that feel good. It is very hard to not assume positions that lessen the pain. I think OCD/TMS/Depression/Lots of other human feelings all go together.

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