You're in so much pain
you can barely walk sometimes - never mind taking a jog, right?
If that’s what you’re thinking, you’re not giving yourself enough credit. Because once you get moving, it’ll be hard to stop.
And once your pain
starts to subside, you won't want to stop.
The trick is to ease into it slowly. Start off with about 10 minutes per day of walking. Then work your way up to longer sessions of more activity.
In a new study, patients who used this approach to gradually boost their activity levels over a period of nine months reported less pain and disability than those who didn’t increase their activity levels.
But, a temporary spurt in activity won’t do the trick. In the study, only those people who stayed in the programme benefited. So if you don’t feel better right away, don’t give up.
Of course, exercise will ease your pain but it won't make your fibromyalgia go away. For that, you'd need to work with your doctor to determine the cause.
There are more than a dozen possible causes, including chemical imbalances in the brain, hormonal deficiencies, viral infections, stress
, food allergies, exposure to metals and others.
Then once you find the cause, you can get to work on a natural treatment, that in many cases, can bring real and lasting relief or even reverse the condition completely.
Sciatica Pain Alert: Say "no" to surgery! And still erase the crippling pain... And start sighing in relief - today
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Dreadful crippling pain can be a thing of the past. Because we've discovered valuable information on 30 surgery-free treatments and at-home remedies to conquer your sciatica pain
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