I was honored to be interviewed by Pain Pathways Magazine about Less Pain, Fewer Pills: Avoid the dangers of prescription opioids and gain control over chronic pain (Bull Publishing). Though Less Pain, Fewer Pills published almost 2 years ago, today it is more relevant than ever. In a climate of opioid restrictions, people with pain need alternatives. And, even if opioids are part of your medical plan, the book teaches you ways to reduce their own pain so that fewer pills are needed.
In this interview I discuss my own journey with chronic pain, and how it lead me down a road of working with others, so that their suffering might be lessened. Read the full interview here.
Clinical Associate Professor in the Division of Pain Medicine at Stanford University
Dr. Darnall is Clinical Associate Professor in the Division of Pain Medicine at Stanford University. A pain psychologist, she has treated patients with chronic pain for 15 years. She serves on the... View Articles
Brain & Pain, Stress, Alternative Medicine, Exercises
We’ve all uttered the words “You are stressing me out!”, “This is so stressful!”, “I’m under so much stress at work”, “I’m feeling stressed out”, so I think we consider stress