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ֶ쥯 1 ¢С۸̩ˡסʤ޳طʸˡ¢С(p16257)ӿ(3)ˤӿפɤߤޤ

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䡣ʤˤηФ˰͡ʤˤäƤεΩʤ夦ˤ롣

٤ʤꡣηФ˲ʤˤ⤯̩ʤҤߤĤˡ̵ζƸפϲ̾ͭ˼ʤ夦㤯ˤ̵̤βʬʬ̤̩硣⤷ࡢμѤСʤ桦ꡢ;ϤޤѲʤؤ󤲡ˤʤ椬ˤβȷΩξԷΩ̵Ȥʤʤ礦ˤʤҤ礦ˤȤסʤˤ̩硣ǡβʬΤʤΤˡʬ̤ƽβæʤġˤʤˤ̩硣ƸפͱʤʤˤӤǡȡס

ζԡʤ夦ߤ礦Ρ٤ˤ勞֤勞פ̾ʹܻʤߤ礦褦礦ˤζ˼ơ̳ʤĤȡˤ˰¿ȡʤ󤸤ˤäƤʤۤޤޡˤ˻ǸߤԤԿ͡˱޴ʤ󤲤ˤ٤ס
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Q&AȤǤꡢŵ򤭤󼨤ƤİճȸŪ

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ˤߤ衼̸Yoga for Pain ReliefͤΡ֣ˤߤ򤹤סp916ˡUnderstanding Your Pain(p9-16)ۤΡreasons to be hopefulۤɤߤޤ

ִ˾ƤͳפΰĤϡΤˤ϶ϤȿäƤȤȡĤϡؽεϰ³Τ顢ؽη̤Ȥƽ夬äƤޤäˤ̤γؽǿȿƶ餹뤳ȤˤäƾǤ뤳ȤǤȤȡ

Ρ̤γؽפˤϡ襬ŬǤ뤳Ȥ϶Ҥ٤Ƥޤ

p16
In chapter 2, you'll learn why yoga is such for unlearning chronic pain. In short, yoga is a comprehensive mind-body system that provides tools to address every aspect of the pain response. There are yoga practices for relaxation, reducing stress, dealing with difficult emotions, examining your thoughts and beliefs about pain, and training the mind to be less reactive to painful sensations.

󤫤chapter 2ޤ

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MM6970֤ޤǽޤˡΣǤ

򤭱äƳڤ귲ʤΤǤʬʤΤޤ

MM70b3ꡣΤ褦˲򤭤ޤ-2Ǥ֤вϤΤǤꤢΤ褦ʲȤˤĤΤ褦ʲϤʤ褦˵ĤʤФʤޤ
MM70b3


ڥ饹ҼͤθʸۿءMM-070
εϡʸζؽƤȲ򤯳ڤߤͭ뤿˽񤤤ƤޤΤǡϲɽƤޤ󡣤λ
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ľɤͤķӤϤͤͳTHE REASON I JUMPΡ16Τ˿ΤϷǤסp4445ˡWhy are your facial expressions so limited?(p55-56)ۤɤߤޤ

ĤϤǤʤʤΤǤľɤοͤˤΤ˿뤳Ȥ٤˷ͤ⤤褦Ǥ

ַƤ줿ȡȤɥޤǸƤ񤭤ޤΥɥޤǤȤ⤵ꤨ󤬱餸뼫ľɤΥҥΤ˿뤳ȤäƤޤ

̤οͤǤΤ˿뤳ȤʾϤޤľɤοͤϤäȰ㤦򴶤褦Ǥ

p55
... More generally, for a person with autism, being touched by someone else means that the toucher is exercising control over a body, which even its owner can't properly control. It's as if we lose who we are. Think about it - that's terrifying!

¾ͤ˼ʬΤüƤޤ󤸤ʤȤݡդ˸ȡʬΤĤƤʤȤ԰¤Ω򡢾˴ƤȤȤǤ礦

p55
There's also the dread that by being touched our thoughts will become visible. And if that happened, the other person would really start worrying about us. You see? We put up a barricade around ourselves to keep people out.

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The Upside of Stress: Why stress is good for you (and how to get good at it)ΡAbout This Book(No.146-190)ۤɤߤޤ

Ρ֥եɤμʬѤ붵פ⤽Ǥܤ⥹եɤǹԤ줿饹ƤˤƤޤthe New Science of StressȤ饹ǡƤǸСstress can be good for youס

ʤȤʤȳפɡ褷ƴȴʤΤǤϤʤȤ̤ˤƤǤ衪Ƚ񤤤Ƥ褦Ǥ

ܤǤϡĤΥפμŪʥѰդƤޤ

No.162
The Rethink Stress exercises in Part 1 are designed to shift your way of thinking about stress.

No.166
The Transform Stress exercises in Part 2 include on-the-spot strategies to use in moments of stress, as well as self-reflections that will help you cope with specific challenges in your life.

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I'll introduce you to some of my favorite programs that are using this science to create communities that are able to transform suffering into growth, meaning, and connection.

ܸǤä饹롼ս꤫⤷ޤ󤬡ѸٶͤƤΤǤäԤޤ

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MM6668֤ޤǽޤˡΣǤ

ˡȤäƲ꤬¤Ǥޤ䣱sin(a+b)ᡢ䣲cos(a+b)ƤΤǡ䣳tan(a+b)Ǥsin(a+b)/cos(a+b)׻ơñ˽ФƤޤޤ

Ǥˤʤޤ(-_-;)

ڥ饹ҼͤθʸۿءMM-068
εϡʸζؽƤȲ򤯳ڤߤͭ뤿˽񤤤ƤޤΤǡϲɽƤޤ󡣤λ
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ʩȸʪء١ʼȼҽǡ軰 ʩΰռ(p154236)Ρ֣ϻФζסp155185ˤɤߤޤ

̼㿴С٤Ρ̵㼪ɡȰաפˤĤƤβǤ٤Ρ̼㿴󾧡٤ǤγսѤޤ

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ϻ򤢤ơʤ⤭ޤʤꡣϻȤϡ㺬ɡ庬ȺպʤꡣλĤƤȤϡڤκ뤬ǡС褯ʤꡣǡ㺬ϡ褯ΤʤꡣȤϡ˸ˡIJ褯ʬΤ򤤤ʤꡣμȤΤʤСʬ뤳Ȥʤ̤ƤޤȤΤƤ⡢㺬ȤΤʤСμ뤳Ȥʤ̤ȤСܤդդСȤɤ⸫Ȥɤʹۤɤˡ򸫤ϡ㺬ˤäʤꡣʹϡˤäʤꡣĤɡ庬Ⱥպ⤫ǡ
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ơ̼㿴̤¿ѤƤ̵פǤġ

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Ͽƻʻٿġˤͧͤ顢ꡢī«ȤŻäơȰˡϻפȾʤ顢ĺܻؤֹԡפäʹȤ롣ϻȤϴ㺬ɡ庬ȺպǤꡢ䤿ʤοȿˤϻĤδﴱΤȤǤ뤬㺬ɡ庬ȺθޤĤϿΡʿȡˤ봶дﴱպϿγСʬ̡˴ﴱʬ뤳ȤǤ롣Ȥ̼㿴С٤ϡִ㼪ɡȰդ̵ס̵㼪ɡȰաˤȤǤ̵פȤϡȤȤǤꡢ٤ϻ򤢤ơʤ⤭ޤȸƤ뤳ȤդʤФʤʤޤäơִ㼪ɡȰդ̵פ򡢻̤ϻΤ٤Ƥ̵ȤƤϤʤʤϤβսˤäȤǤϤʤ¤ΡֶˤϿ̵۹Լ̵סʶ̵̵۹ԼˤҤ̵̵̵ʤƤθΤˡס̵̵̵ΡˤޤǤޤߡ̵ȤϡȤʤꡣȤϡ̵ͭΥ줿򤤤ʤ̩Ƨޤ̵פʤΤ
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ϻפϡ֤ɤäפθ츻Ȥġ

̵פȡֶפΰ㤤ˤĤƤϡζ٤ˤ񤤤Ƥޤ٤⡢ˤäٶƤޤ͡

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ˤߤ衼̸Yoga for Pain ReliefͤΡ֣ˤߤ򤹤סp916ˡUnderstanding Your Pain(p9-16)ۤΡacute pain vs. chronic painۤɤߤޤ

ˤȤϡµФ¨¤˰Ū˵ȿǤˤߤҤɤФҤɤۤɡµ⿼Ǥ

ФơˤϡµȤҤ̵Ƥⴶ뤳ȤޤˤۤɤҤɤ櫓ǤϤޤ󡣤ˤߤ֤뤳ȤˤäƾκꡢǤ⤫ǤˤȴƤޤ褦Ǥ

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Many forms of chronic pain are best described as misguided learning signal about what is happening in your body than acute pain. The pain you feel may reflect a true threat to the body, but just as often, it does not. What it does reflect is a protective mind-body response that has become overprotective. In most cases of chronic pain, the mind and body have learned all too well how to detect the slightest hint of a threat and mount a full protective response in all its glory of pain and suffering.

ܤ򤹤뤿ɬפʥɤΰĤˤߤαҲpain sensitizationˡפǤ

ˤ˶줷ͤϡּϤˤʤפȤ֤äȤҤɤʤ󤸤ʤפȤ԰¤򴶤򤹤ޤ褦ˤʤޤ̵ռ˿зϤƱ褦ƯƤ찵ξ徺ĥαɤʤɡɤˤȿƤޤޤʤˤϡڤǤ줿Ǥ⶯ˤߤ򴶤Ƥޤ褦Ǥ

Τ褦ˡҤ˻ΤǾã褦ѲʳؽˤǽϤФˤϤޤֿвneuroplasticityˡפȸޤ

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Chronic pain doesn't only make you more sensitive to physical pain - it can make you more sensitive to any kind of physical, emotional, or social stress. This increased sensitivity is also thanks to neuroplasticity. Each pain experience that triggers a stress response strengthens the stress response. Repeated pain experience leads to increased sensitivity of the areas of the brain that detect not only pain sensations but all kinds of conflict and threat (Zhuo 2007; Goncalves et al. 2008).

ŪʤΤΤߤʤ餺ŪҲŪȥ쥹ޤƱͤ˰ΤϺäȤǤۤˤⴶޤ

Фon-offΥǥǾãޤ顢ԥ塼˻ƤޤзϤ⡢Ƥξǥ뿮ꤹƥǤԥ塼ưʸƱ0-1ǰäƤΤƱ褦ˡзϤΡ𡦼ҲŪȥ쥹ξƱ褦˰äƤ뤳Ȥˤʤޤͤȡн꤬ۤʤǡ򤴤㺮ˤƤޤΤʤ⤷ޤ

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If it's getting hard for you to keep pain and stress separate in your mind, guess what: your nervous system has the same trouble. Because pain and stress are both survival systems, and because they so often go together, the nervous system can start to treat all threats - physical, emotional, financial, social, and so on - like physical pain.

ۤˤߤޤǹɨˤߤȺƱƤޤȤѤʤȤǤǤ⡢ϻ¤Τ褦Ǥ

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