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Opioid painkillers are a double-edged sword. On one hand, they reduce chronic pain, which plagues around 100 million Americans. Yet they can also lead to abuse of painkillers, which all too often develops into a heroin addiction.

A study conducted finds that meditation significantly reduced the amount of pain people experienced, they also showed that it can do so without help from our body’s pain-blocking process and opioid receptors.






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