Stop Waiting for Someone Else to Save You: Uncover the Secrets to Healing Chronic TMS Pain NOW

Break Free from Frustrating Doctor Appointments and Pointless Prescriptions. The Power to Heal TMS Is Already Within You.

Chronic pain. Unbearable agony. Tension Myoneural Syndrome (TMS) does terrible things to your body. Most doctors don’t know how to treat it and most people have no idea how to deal with it. But there are answers out there.
I’ve lived through some of the worst pain imaginable, and I’ve come out on the other side happy, healthy, and empowered. Now I’m here, ready to share what I’ve learned so that you too can overcome TMS.
You and I have pain receptors all over our bodies. These receptors are sensitive to pain. New research suggests that each one of us has our own way of experiencing pain – a fact that you may already know all too well.
But knowing how TMS feels doesn’t mean you know what to do about it. If you’re not sure where to start, my resources can help you understand your condition and learn how to heal yourself.
First, let’s look a little bit more at what TMS, also known as Mind Body Syndrome, does to your body:
Illustration of the brain and the nervous system• Past or current psychological triggers send messages to your nervous system.
• Your nervous system signals your brain to reduce blood flow to muscles, tissues, and nerves.
• Reduced blood flow lowers oxygen levels in your tissues, causing sudden pain.
If you’ve been struggling with intense, inexplicable pain and can’t seem to get answers from your doctors, you may have Tension Myoneural Syndrome. And you are not alone.
If your efforts to get well have seemed to get you nowhere, I completely understand what that feels like. If you’ve been misdiagnosed, misunderstood, and prescribed all sorts of ineffective medications, I have been there too. If you’re at your wit’s end and wondering when the pain will end, believe me when I say:
  • You are not crazy

  • You are not imagining this

  • You are not doomed, cursed, or condemned to a life of suffering – IF you take appropriate action

I have learned to overcome my TMS symptoms. If I did it, you can too. There is a cure for TMS. This is not a life sentence.
So who am I, anyway? Why should you care what I have to say about TMS?
Thanks for asking! I’m Cecilia Collar: actress, teacher, author, and chronic pain survivor. That’s right, chronic pain survivor. Notice how I didn’t say “sufferer?”
I have experienced firsthand the excruciating, energy-sucking symptoms of Tension Myoneural Syndrome. Shooting aches and pains in my pelvis, sciatic, and back – I was a hot mess and I had no idea what to do about it!
For years, I thought there was no hope for me. I felt defeated and broken. Doctors couldn’t help me and my family didn’t know what to do.
I’ve lived a life where TMS made day-to-day living pure misery…
…AND I’ve come out on the other side. I’ve learn real, practical ways to manage how my mind and body respond to each other – and that’s made all the difference. I’m back in control of myself, and I simply can’t tell you how great that feels.
I’m not suffering anymore. I’ve survived TMS, and I’m thriving!

It was so frustrating to me that I couldn’t find much information on TMS or how to treat my condition. Frankly, most medical professionals either downplayed my symptoms or offered temporary solutions that never truly addressed what was going on in my body. If I had a dollar for all the skeptical looks and useless prescriptions I’ve been given, I could retire early!
Thankfully, I discovered research from Dr. Sarno of New York University, and his perspective on pain management for TMS completely changed my life.
I am living proof that Dr. Sarno’s approach works. And according to his findings, 80% of TMS patients can be cured once they understand their diagnosis and make the effort to learn techniques that address TMS in both mind and body.

It’s up to us, the TMS sufferers, to play an active role in achieving a pain-free existence. I did it for myself, and I am very keen on helping other TMS patients achieve the same success that I did. Cecilia Collar

author of The Path to No Pain

I know exactly how frustrating it is to suffer without access to information. When my TMS pain first reared its ugly head, I was desperate for practical solutions. I tried everything I (and my doctors) could think of, but only one approach worked for me. Now that I have my TMS under control, I can’t justify keeping this knowledge to myself.
It took a while, but I’ve finally learned how to heal my symptoms – and you can too.
What I’ve learned in my chronic pain journey just might be what helps you overcome your own TMS. That’s why I’ve written my book: The Path to No Pain.
It’s time for a reality check: if you don’t take matters in your own hands no one is going to solve this for you.
  • There is no magic pill.

  • No secret formula.

  • No knight in shining armor or mysterious benefactor who can swoop in and save the day.

There’s just you, your TMS, and your will to break free from the cycle of suffering.

So, IF you are ready to do the work, to do what it takes to reclaim your life back from chronic TMS pain…
The first step is simple: arm yourself with information. Educate yourself now, so that you can progress towards a pain-free future. It is work, but it is worth it.
My pain will not be the same as your pain. But my path to healing can be your path. Cecilia Collar

author, The Path to No Pain

You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to learn about TMS and start your healing journey. Once you start addressing your pain with clear understanding of the mind-body connection, you’ll be amazed at what is possible!
All TMS symptoms can be treated with one core strategy. Discover how to take control of your chronic pain. Don’t suffer through another day without answers.

I said goodbye to pain and negativity. YOU can do the same.

P.S. If you find this information helpful, don’t forget to rate and review The Path to No Pain on Amazon! Spreading the word means that more TMS sufferers can learn how to overcome their pain, just like you will.

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