Are you experiencing pain in your body but cannot find any solution to relieve it?
This could be psychosomatic pain!
It means the ache is not actually physical but is rather psychological and could be linked to a trauma that you have previously experienced. As a result, your body is trying to communicate with you by manifesting this trauma as pain. Try to analyze the meaning of what you are feeling and listen to your body. This psychosomatic pain might be due to a job that does not suit you anymore; an unsorted argument with a close friendship, or your body & mind wanting something different.
We can recommend you to have a look at The Complete Dictionary of Ailments and Diseases written by Jacques Martel. Hopefully, they can help you find some explanation of your pains.
CBD Oils are great for Pain Management. They are recommended for:
- Foot Sprain
- Twisted ankle
- Neck pain
- Intense exercise (muscle aches)
- Joint aches and pains
- Aches all over the body
- Morning stiffness
- Tingling in the upper or lower limbs
- Back pain
CBD products can help to relieve pain in case of serious illnesses, such as:
- Lyme disease
Our recommendations for Pain relief at Soulev
- Contact your physician to get a check-up and get all of the necessary exams
- In some cases you would need to ask for the help of a psychologist, to find out the reason and unblock old trauma and this way to get rid of psychosomatic pain.
- A third option is to try out CBD products. At Soulev we are aiming to provide wellness. This is why we offer a wide range of natural-plants-based products with the utmost quality. Discover the range of Soulev CBD products ready for delivery in Europe and the US: Muscular Balm, Oil & Tinctures, Capsules, CBD for pets.
Recommended Dose of CBD Oil For Pain
Take a half or a full dropper from your CBD oil bottle
Written by Delphine Camberlin
What is Psychosomatic? (Youtube Video)
Psychosomatic pain | The British Journal of Psychiatry | Cambridge Core
Causes And Treatment Of Psychosomatic Pain | Betterhelp
Art Therapy for Chronic Pain (ed.gov)