Seeking relief from nature can take on many forms. According to an article from BBC News, distracting patients with images and sounds from nature has proved to be very effective in controlling pain during certain surgical procedures. The team at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions reports that pain control was improved by around 43%.
Dr Noah Lechtzin, a post doctorate fellow at Hopkins emphasized that sight and sound distraction therapy is not a substitute for pain medication, but a way to enhance pain control.
Distraction therapy is used by the Input Pain Management Unit at London's St Thomas's hospital. The unit treats people with chronic pain and teaches them how to manage it.
Administrator Gill Hancock said: "We teach our patients relaxation techniques, being music and pictures. It is a fundamental part of our work. "Visual stimulation has been proved to help to relax them and physically relaxing your body reduces tension, which creates pain."
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