Pain Management

Arthritis and Pain in Our Joints

Arthritis is a common type of chronic pain that takes the form of a bone condition. The word arthritis is actually an umbrella term used to link over two hundred individual conditions that all relate to problems regarding our joints and bones. Although this condition is more prevalent in older generations, it can affect anyone of …

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Dealing with Foot Pain

Chronic foot pain is a very common problem that can be triggered by a number of different causes. People who experience pain in one or both of their feet often find that the discomfort can interfere with regular day to day activities, including work. As a result it is extremely important to ensure that chronic …

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Ponder into the depth of the painful ailment

Fibromyalgia is not a disease, but a syndrome with no transparent symptoms and diagnosis. You can call it a condition that plays hide and seek with you and the doctors. It has affected almost six million Americans, targeting most of the women and even children. The main thing that is important to comprehend and tackle …

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Oh Mr. Sandman, Where Are You?: Fighting Insomnia Naturally

Insomnia is a sleep disorder that is fairly common. At some point in their lives, everyone will experience insomnia. This disorder is characterized by difficulty falling asleep, difficulty staying asleep, or a combination of both. If you’re dealing with this disorder, you end up not getting enough sleep, or not getting quality sleep, which results …

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Meditation for Relief of Chronic Pain

When you suffer every day with chronic pain that just won’t go away, you’ve likely tried many different forms of treatment. Drugs may give you some relief, but there are generally side effects and the possibility that you’ll become addicted if it is pain killers that you’re taking. There are other, more natural options, but …

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Neuropathic Pain: Complex and Chronic

Neuropathy involves a dysfunction of nerves that leads to lost sensation in different areas of the body. Although this lost sensation is not always associated with pain, a good deal of people may begin to experience pain in addition to this lost sensation, defining the condition commonly known as Neuropathic Pain. This pain is unique …

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Acupuncture for Pain Management

When most people think about pain management, they often think about drugs (prescription or over the counter). They picture themselves going to their doctor’s office and undergoing treatment after treatment. However, acupuncture is an alternative method of pain management that has been around for ages and that a lot of people have used to get …

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Premenstrual Syndrome: Pain in Patterns

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) encompasses a variety of physical and behavioral symptoms that occur in patterns during the second half of a woman’s menstrual cycle. Although most women of a childbearing age, approximately from the late twenties through the early forties, experience symptoms common to PMS, only a select amount experience them in a consistent, patterned …

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Call a Cease-fire against Persistent Pain

Stumbling Blocks to Pain Management Pain management is a very ancient science. It has been in practice since 5,000 BC. But even though science has advanced tremendously in the past 7,000 years, the physical sources of painkillers remain the same. There are essentially three sources that produce chemical molecules that block the sensation of pain …

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