While many people run to their doctors for pain medication at the first sign of joint pain, it’s becoming increasingly common for people to seek out homeopathic remedies to treat pain without the need for medication. And the good news is that there are various ways to naturally treat pain which will help you to enjoy a pain-free lifestyle.
Joints are found throughout your body, forming the connections between your bones. The …Read more
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Spring is a time for buying flowers, planting gardens and engaging in all the fun outdoor activities you missed during the winter months. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when you have a higher risk of injuring your lower back. Muscle and tendon strains or sprains, herniated discs, nerve entrapment and even fractures can occur or develop from our spring misadventures.
Gardening and yard work are responsible for many spring …Read more
Back pain is common problem that affects millions of people around the world; it influences one’s performance at work, school, and home. Individuals with persistent pain problems of the lower back often take medications for pain relief to alleviate these symptoms. Although physicians recommend that patients suffering from back pain engage in proper diet and regular exercise, there is still a need to specifically address certain activities that may result in significant pain relief.
There are a lot of crazy pain myths out there, but as implausible as it may seem, the ‘myth’ that redheads are more sensitive to pain, may not actually be a myth at all. Although it sounds crazy, there have been multiple scientific studies that have proven that natural redheads in the very least experience pain differently than the rest of the population.
Anesthesiologists (the people who administer pain relieving anesthesia before medical …Read more