Increasing numbers of scientific reports on natural pain relievers continue to appear in prestigious medical journals. It highlights the attention that mainstream medical research is now giving to alternative forms of pain relief.
Given the numerous side effects linked to the long-term use of painkillers there has never been a greater need for safe and effective remedies to alleviate pain.
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One of the most obvious signs of cancer is constant, unrelenting pain. But a new study's just found that certain non-cancer pain conditions, like back pain and migraine, can be so bad that they lead to an increased risk of suicide. But if your painkillers just aren't working, don't give up hope as there're three natural ways to soothe your chronic pain instead…
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Steroid injections have been shown to damage the bones in the proximity of the injection site.
But what do you do if you have chronic pain that's affecting your quality of life?
Dr Jonathan Wright, a Naturopath Medical Doctor in the US wrote about a nutrient cocktail that he uses in his practice for his patients suffering from chronic pain. Read about it below... The nutrient cocktail that ... ››› more
Do you suffer from persistent pain? As in pain that continues day in and day out? Well, then, we've got some bad news for you…
According to a study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, persistent pain may increase your risk or mental decline and dementia. Keep reading for the full findings.
Study finds that people with chronic pain also have an increased risk of mental decline ... ››› more
According to statistics, around 43 million Americans report living with chronic pain, defined as pain lasting for at least three months. Despite this, chronic pain is woefully untreated not only in the United States, but globally.
One of the biggest challenges that chronic pain patients face is trying to ‘get through' to a doctor. “One of the things that patients cry out the most for is hav... ››› more
By now, you know that inflammation is the root of everything - allergies, chronic pain, obesity, migraines, thyroid problems, diabetes, peripheral neuropathy, heart disease, stroke, cancer, dental problems... the list goes on.
One of the best ways to fight inflammation and prevent these health problems is to eat foods that calm your body. Read on for four top inflammation-fighting foods that ke... ››› more
When you're in pain, it's almost impossible to be your happiest, shiniest, best-ever self, whether it's from a splitting headache, a stubbed toe or a chronic disease like fibromyalgia or osteoarthritis.
People with chronic pain are three times more likely to develop psychiatric symptoms like depression and anxiety, and it's no wonder. When you're in pain, it's harder to enjoy doing the things t... ››› more
Living with chronic pain affects your whole life.
You're unable to do the things you love, and it even makes doing normal daily tasks difficult.
But Neil Pearson, a physical therapist, might have the answer to finding pain relief.
Read on to discover his “treatment” methods for dealing with everyday pain… ********** Advertisement ************
"Eliminated my pain so fast I co... ››› more
For 13 years, I lived with chronic septic arthritis, so there's very little I don't know about pain. Something as easy as taking an evening walk with my friends became a debate with myself every time.
I had to weigh up whether it was a good idea or not? How much pain was I in already? What else did I still have to do?
Pain is a very personal thing. Our stories might sound different, but the... ››› more
If you find your neck is constantly stiff and sore, it's probably not just another sign you're getting older.
And it's probably not because you tweaked it while exercising, or because you slept funny, or even because of the way you sit at your desk.
Your chronic neck pain is because of something far simpler. Something you do every day. And you do it without even thinking twice about it.
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