How it works: According to Dr. Edwards, stress produces chemicals in the body that increase inflammation. “With relaxation techniques, you have stress reduction and therefore decreased inflammation and less pain,” she says. Meditation also relaxes muscles that tense up with pain. Dr. Edwards suggests meditating for 20 minutes once or twice a day. For moments of acute pain, she also recommends “meditation minutes.” For example, take four to five deep breaths, counting to 10 with each inhalation and exhalation. “Just doing that four to five times a day can decrease depression and improve outlook,” she says.
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As shown in Figure 5, the information preceding each equal sign (=) will be displayed as a Field title in the Text display of the spectrum and can optional be displayed with the Plot of the spectrum. The information following the equals sign (=) will appear following the Field header. Entry of Field contents (string) must conform to the rules above. In order for this display to occur, the Field titles must be registered in the Display comment field options dialog box shown in Figure 4 ( View/Comment fields options ). When the Tags have been entered into the Comment Field Options dialog box, they will not be displayed in the Comments field of the Text Information window. Figure 5 shows a spectrum (Plot and Text) with added Field headers.