You do it all the time - but if you do it for just a bit longer, you could send a completely different message to your brain - one that will help you feel less stressed out, lowers blood pressure and even reduces pain sensations...
Find out what it is below... The way you breathe could influence your overall health...
Researchers from the Stanford University and University of California rec... ››› more
You just never know when you're going to have a bad day - and lately, the bad days come by more frequently...
Inflammatory flare-ups can make it difficult to get around and even the simplest of tasks can be a challenge... Not to mention the constant nagging pain that can get you down and make you feel miserable on the sunniest of days...
So, today, on World Arthritis Day, I'd like to share w... ››› more
It starts off as a bit of numbness or tingling in your feet or hands. It gradually turns into a prickly sensation, which evolves into pain... And then eventually, the pain gets so bad that you struggle to walk and hold things...
Neuropathy pain affects older people with circulation problems, as well as diabetics, people who suffer from multiple sclerosis, cancer, alcoholism and obesity.
Keep... ››› more
Even just a little pain in your back can leave you in a lot of agony. It can hassle you when you walk, when you sit, when you lie... and when you do anything else.
But spending 10-15 minutes stretching out your back every day could be exactly what you need to loosen the muscles around the spine and bring you pain relief.
Be sure to take it slow and gentle and not to do any stretch or exerci... ››› more
If you suffer from arthritis or any other form of chronic pain, you're probably taking some form of painkillers.
You're probably also watching what you eat and trying to exercise a little.
But did you know you that something as simple as touch could also help you feel less pain?
It's one of the reasons massage is so effective - keep reading to find out more... A hands-on approach to pain ... ››› more
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.
T... ››› more
For centuries, the local cultures of South Africa used a particular herb to treat a variety of ailments, but its most common use was for rheumatism and pain relief. Sweet relief from pain - without the side-effects...
They call it devil’s claw. It’s just as effective as NSAIDs (common painkillers prescribed for joint pain) and other drugs. In fact, many people are able to cut back on the... ››› more
When you're struggling with joint pain, staying active can be difficult. It might even scream pure torture to you.
But the reality is it's really important. Especially if you have rheumatoid arthritis.
Regular exercise helps…
* Maintain your weight and take the pressure off your joints.
* Surprisingly REDUCE pain!
* And, improve your mood. Exercise shouldn't hurt your joints, it s... ››› more
Sciatica pain can affect your quality of life.
The sciatica are a pair of nerves that begin in the back, inside the spinal column and run down the back of both legs all the way to the ankle.
When this nerve becomes injured or is pressed upon in the
spine, it can send waves of pain radiating down the lower back and the side or back of the leg and into the foot.
Find out below how to test... ››› more
Whether it's from side effects, rebound effects or addiction, virtually all pain medications end up causing problems.
And it's not just prescription drugs you have to worry about. Even over-the-counter pain drugs like ibuprofen and aspirin cause damage... Especially if taken over long periods of time.
But you can safely and effectively soothe your pain away with natural painkillers. They rel... ››› more
Disclaimer: Copyright 2021, Fleet Street Publications. The information contained herein is obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but its accuracy cannot be guaranteed. No action or inaction should be taken based solely on the contents of this publication. We do research all our recommendations and articles thoroughly, but we disclaim all liability for any inaccuracies or omissions found in this publication. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by means of electronic or mechanical, including recording , photocopying, or via a computerised or electric storage or retrieval system without permission granted in writing from the publishers.