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How to hack your brain when you're in pain | Amy Baxter

How to hack your brain when you're in pain | Amy Baxter

Update: 2024-04-029
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Have we misunderstood pain? This week we’re revisiting a talk by researcher and physician Amy Baxter as she unravels the symphony of connections that send pain from your body to your brain, explaining practical neuroscience hacks to quickly block those signals. Her groundbreaking research offers alternatives for immediate pain relief -- without the need for addictive opioids. (Followed by a Q&A with TED current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers)

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How to hack your brain when you're in pain | Amy Baxter

How to hack your brain when you're in pain | Amy Baxter

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