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28 Jun 2012

Beating arthritis is all in your head: Pain of joint condition can be eased through counselling


Arthritis sufferers could have their pain eased by learning to cope with the condition through counselling, scientists have claimed.

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) could help rheumatoid arthritis victims manage their pain by allowing them to control their debilitating symptoms.

Experts believe psychotherapy treatment works because it helps people focus on overcoming negative thoughts, which alter the way they feel.

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