Breaking the Attention of Pain Book


Breaking the Attention of Pain:

  • How do our thoughts and emotions affect our health?
  • How do we take control of our own healing journey?
  • How do we break the cycle of chronic pain?

Breaking the Attention of Pain, offers you new scientific research showing the power of our minds and feelings, and how they affect our health and well-being.

These stunning new scientific discoveries show us that all the cells in our bodies are affected by our thoughts, emotions and beliefs. They actually regulate our genetic expression showing us that we are not victims of our genes, but that we all have an innate ability to heal.

Breaking the Attention of Pain is an exploration of the causes and complications of pain, which opens readers who may not have found pain relief through traditional methods up to the idea that pain is not just a physical affliction, but a mental and emotional one too. The book combines holistic approaches to tackling pain that are reinforced by a variety of compelling scientific studies, as well as featuring some of my own poignant personal experiences and practical, tangible steps that readers can easily implement to improve their own well-being.

Breaking the Attention of Pain is a self-help book that fully embraces the ‘self’ prefix of the genre, explaining to readers in a scientific way how they can take control of their pain and the body’s overall well-being with a very positive attitude to the negative subject of pain.

The book is extremely digestible and easy to comprehend, with lots of research which is very thought-provoking, for example Dr Bruce Mosely’s study of placebo arthroscopic surgeries or the revelation that our subconscious is so heavily influenced by our childhood experiences. The exploration is grounded by my use of personal experience, with these examples used well to illustrate research findings and the guidance.

Breaking the Attention of Pain Book Reviews:

Lisa Jennings: France

Fifi64: France

Breaking the Attention to Pain, one of the best books I have read for ages. Everybody should read this, even if you don’t suffer from chronic pain. It helped me realise that only I am responsible for how I feel. Thanks

Claire Wright: Halifax UK

Vikster28: Scotland

John Riley: UK

This is a must read for anyone struggling with chronic pain and is ready to take action. It gives you concrete research that helps you understand how and why we sometimes hold onto our pain. I found the research fascinating and it helped me let go of the anger I was holding in my body due to my accident.

Carley Creigton: Sunshine Coast Australia