Neuroplasticity is the brain and nervous system’s ability to form new pathways or synapses and adapt to change. We know that neuroplastic changes may be responsible for the persistent pain we feel in chronic pain—an example of a non-beneficial neuroplastic adaptation.
“There is only one thing people like that is good for them: a good night’s sleep.”
—Edgar Watson Howe
Sauté onion in olive oil until soft. Add garlic and seasonings and sauté for 3 more minutes. Put all ingredients into baking dish with lid. Cook covered for 45 minutes at 375. Serve alone or with brown basmati rice.
“A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools.”
Peel and mash avocados. Add all other ingredients. Mix well. Serve with corn chips.
In my experience in dealing with chronic pain, I do much better when I eat healthy. It helps my energy, immune system, sleep and pain.
“In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.”
-Dwight D. Eisenhower
Place ginger and water in blender. Blend until smooth. Strain liquid through tea strainer. Place ginger concentrate in teapot with following ingredients:
“In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” ~Albert Einstein
“The extent of the pain you feel depends on the number of neurons firing in your brain.” So says David Hanscom M.D. in “Back in Control”, the book that is touted as “a surgeons roadmap out of chronic pain.”