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Surprising New Pain Relief Methods | Suzanne Kane
Photo by Eberhard Grossgasteiger on Picography If you are one of the more than 100 million Americans suffering with chronic pain, you know how desperate you can get searching for relief. For constant or chronic pain, sometimes knowing that you can only get temporary relief from medications sits at the back of your brain and sets up pain anticipation. Shouldn't there be a better way, an approach or approaches that don't rely on pharmaceutical drugs to combat pain? According to new research, there are some new pain relief methods that look very promising to do just that. TREATMENT FROM STRANGERS MAY PROVIDE UNEXPECTED PAIN RELIEF It may seem counter-intuitive, yet a study conducted by researchers from the University of Würzburg, Amsterdam and Zurich found that participants treated for pain by strangers (medical professionals from a different social group) experienced stronger pain relief than when they received pain treatment by someone from their own social group. Participants