Shared reading 'could be an alternative to CBT' for chronic pain

Recent studies suggest that compared to CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), interactive reading activities such as small, shared reading groups, may actually prove more effective at treating chronic pain. While this may seem unusual, the shared reading process evokes memories of prominent positive moments in one's life, subsequently encouraging a positive reaction in the brain and working to relieve pain severity and improve mood. #Reading #PainRelief #ReadforRelief

Shared reading 'could be an alternative to CBT' for chronic pain

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