Do you suffer from arthritis or achy joints? How about muscle spasms and pains? In that case, my advice to you is to stop masking the pain. Instead, I urge you to "cure" it - naturally, intuitively, and straight at the source.
Did you know, that a whole medicine cabinet full of ancient herbs, tonics, rituals, and secrets existed in nature thousands of years before modern medicine came along? Yu... ››› more
Think of fascia as the most sensitive, highly interconnected system in your entire body. It's the life force next to blood. Without it, toned and structured muscle would collapse, organs would spread like wildfire, and bones would crumble!
Fascia is the single element in your body that organises and suspends these vital parts. It's the most highly innervated tissue, sensitive to every hormone i... ››› 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
When you're living with chronic pain, it consumes your whole life.
You can't eat, sleep or even do the things you enjoy!
When your pain is so intense, not even the strongest medications seem to help.
There's something that may just do the trick.
A recent study shows how listening to your favourite music can help ease your chronic pain. Her... ››› more
One of the most common side affects of using opioid drugs to manage chronic pain is severe constipation.
And it's not just a little constipation that affects you every now and then when you're taking the medication. It's “life-altering” constipation, says emaxhealth.com.
This is the reason many people actually stop taking their medication. So whether you're taking it because of chron... ››› more
Exercise is a great way to relieve back pain, and it works better than any medication, say experts. So, instead of popping another pill to cope with your back pain, lace up your gym shoes and get some exercise! Read on to discover how you can effectively relieve your back pain through exercise…
Millions of people suffer from back pain and it’s putting strain on the healthcare system
80% of... ››› more
Back pain is so common, most people will experience some form of back pain sometime in their lives. That's why it's good to be prepared and know about back pain management. Let's take a look…
Eight symptoms of back pain
Common symptoms of back pain include:
1. Muscle pain
2. A stabbing or shooting pain in the back and possibly down a leg
3. Stiff or locked spine that prevents y... ››› more
Yoga is a great exercise to do when you suffer from chronic back pain. This because you hold the poses for a short time. This not only strengthens your muscles, it provides a great stretch! Here's why you should use yoga in your back pain management plan…
Remedies for back pain should focus on your body and mind
When you’re in pain, it’s not only your physical wellbeing that su... ››› more
Acupuncture is an effective method you can use in your back pain management plan. The process involves sticking tiny needles into the areas that hurt to ease tension and relieve back pain. Here's what you need to know about choosing acupuncture as a method of treating your lower back pain…
Acupuncture helps ease your lower back pain, says study
A German study proves that acupunct... ››› more
Forgetting to take your medications or not doing regular exercise could negatively impact your arthritis symptoms. If you're trying to control your disease, you have to have a proper schedule! Don't let your symptoms rule your life when you're living with arthritis. Use these tips to regain control…
Follow a schedule to make living with arthritis easier
If you hope to be able to li... ››› more
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