Hi all, 3,5 years ago I recovered from fibromyalgia quickly after reading Sarno's books. My life changed dramatically. Last week I was in a car accident where I was hit from behind. It was a very hard crash (both cars total loss, the guy behind me couldn't brake anymore because he was looking the other way). The ambulance personel, the police and the firemen were all over me asking me how I was, if I felt anything in my neck, telling me that I should watch out how it would develop. Also, all my friends and facebook friends were all over me, telling me about my neck. And I was laughing inside. Shocked about how TMS works. If everyone almost assumes you have a whiplash, you would almost feel obliged to feel something. But again - I am very aware of TMS in this respect. The first hours I felt nothing, but then my muscles (naturally) got very stiff. I was checked physically and neurologically by my doctor (who found nothing but stiffness in the muscles) and went to Body Stress Release therapy that I know from before my TMS recovery to make sure the muscles would release the tension asap as I had planned a skiing holiday for this week. Long story short: my muscles recovered quite fast (I am in good shape and I did yoga every day since the accident), but in my head I felt dizzy, heavy and weird. Also, I felt sick in my stomach (this comes back when I do something too strenuous). My doctor told me I have a (light) concussion, I cancelled the skiing trip. We're 8 days later now and it hasn't really improved much. I need a lot of rest, have a head ache and cannot read or watch screens very well - which is normal for a concussion. But my question is- after how much time should I consider this as TMS? I went to the Body Stress Release therapy again yesterday, and since then my muscles actually became worse. All my TMS alarm bells are going off, but I don't want to jeopardize my health by doing too much too soon. How much time should I give this?