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The best way to combat chronic stress and pain responses is to teach the mind and body healthier responses. By helping transform chronic pain-and-stress responses into healing responses of mind and body, yoga can help reduce your suffering of chronic pain.

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Yoga, sex, chronic pain – three seemingly unrelated topics.  Yet it turns out there may just be a connection after all.  Fact:  Long-term use of opioid pain relievers is known to often result in hormonal abnormalities, including reduced testosterone levels in both men and women, which can lead to sexual dysfunction.Fact: …

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Karen Lee Richards, Health Guide, commented on When Yoga May Not Be an Appropriate… Hi Lynnbrook – I'm glad to hear you're going to talk with your doctor…

04/02/12

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Lene Andersen, Health Guide, commented on The Yoga, Sex and Chronic Pain… fascinating thinking, Karen. I hope someday there'll be more research into this…

03/13/12

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Christina Lasich, MD, Health Pro, commented on Yoga Is Accessible To Those Living With… I agree. The world would be a better place if everyone invested more…

07/13/11

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Christina Lasich, MD, Health Pro, commented on A Few of My Favorite Stretches Yes, enough talking about sex and drugs, let's get back to the topic of stretching. You…

12/30/08

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