The Nocebo Effect

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This article is a great example of how powerfully our thoughts, positive or negative, can affect us physically. Most of us are aware of the placebo effect – an inert sugar pill (placebo) making you feel better. The nocebo effect is the flip side where negative thoughts can make you feel worse. Read the article here: the “Nocebo Effect“.

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