Pain is an error message from your body, and we tend to measure pain from two perspectives. It can be mild or severe, acute or chronic. Mild pain may be a nuisance, but severe pain can be debilitating. Acute pain does not last long but can be intense nonetheless, and chronic pain is present for an extended period, usually over three months.
In some cases, the cause of pain is clear, such as an injury or disease. Otherwise, it may be unknown or difficult to diagnose. Moreover, pain can carry other symptoms, including nausea, dizziness, weakness, irritability, and depression.
The Types of Pain
Nociceptive pain is caused by tissue damage. For instance, pain from cuts, burns, bruises, or fractures is nociceptive. Also, pain from medical conditions, such as arthritis, will result in nociceptive pain.
In the case of neuropathic pain, the tissue where you feel pain may be intact, but the affected nerve is damaged or compressed. Herniated discs, diabetes, and multiple sclerosis are some of the most common causes of neuropathic pain.
Functional pain is pain without obvious injury or damage to your body, and it tends to be chronic. Examples of functional pain syndromes include irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which causes abdominal pain, and chronic cardiac chest pain.
Pain Treatment and Management
Identifying the cause of pain would be the first step in pain treatment. If the underlying causes of pain are known, then treating the cause will relieve the pain. If the pain forms after an injury or infection, it may naturally disappear as you recover. Usually, over-the-counter pain relievers can help with these kinds of pain.
Chronic pain is more difficult to manage, especially when the cause is unidentifiable. While OTC or prescription medications will help, they can be costly. Some other ways to deal with pain include:
- Heat packs for muscle stiffness and cold packs for swelling and inflammation.
- Physical therapies to help lessen pain and improve your mobility.
- Massage muscles to help ease tension and pain.
- Tai chi or yoga, whose mild movements and stretches can stimulate muscles and reduce pain.
Scalar for Pain Management
Spooky2 Scalar is an effective non-drug treatment for pain. The scalar field it creates can transfer pure scalar energy and balance the energy disturbance in the human body.
Many Spooky2 Scalar users have enjoyed the effectiveness of Spooky2 Scalar energy on pain relief. For example, one user had a frozen shoulder due to an injury, and lifting or reaching for objects became painful. However, after the first Scalar treatment, he could carry and lift things without any pain, and the range of movement in the joint was broader than before. He kept using Scalar, and his shoulder was almost back to normal.
Moreover, if you have pain in a specific area or know the underlying causes of pain, you can use the Rife Scalar. Rife Scalar combines Rife frequencies with scalar fields to target the diseases or regions. For instance, one user had back pain, so he searched “back pain” in the Spooky2 software and ran the program with Scalar. The next day when he woke up, he felt rested, and the back pain was gone too.
To use Rife scalar, follow these steps:
1. Correctly Place Spooky2 Scalar devices.
2. Connect Generator X to Spooky2 Scalar and tune Spooky2 Scalar.
3. Open Spooky2 software. Go to Presets tab and click Shell (Empty) Presets\Scalar, and then select Spooky Scalar General (SS)-JW. In the Programs tab, search “pain” and other conditions you want to address, and you will find many related programs. You can select the ones you need like the ones in the screenshot.
4. Turn to the Control tab and choose “Overwrite Generator.” Open a generator port and click the “Start” button.
5. Sleep between the Transmitter and Receiver while the programs are running.
Start using Spooky2 Scalar today and live a pain-free life!