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Archive for January, 2013

Can Shoes Cause Back Pain?

Thursday, January 31st, 2013:

I have heard of shoes causing foot pain, but back pain? Well, believe it or not, the type of shoes you wear might just put undue stress on your joints and muscles. How? By forcing you to adjust to the shoes, and thus, making you walk or run awkwardly. It may even affect the way

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Try This Spice For Pain Relief

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013:

Is there an alternate form of pain relief rather than relying on OTC pain relievers? Yes, I believe there is! It’s effective, economical, and easy to implement. Curry anyone? Well, okay, not really the curry, but actually the curcumin in the spice turmeric, which is considered a natural painkiller for aching pain. Why is that? Because

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What Works To Treat Your Lower Back Pain

Saturday, January 26th, 2013:

Is it true that individuals with back pain are poorer than those that don’t have it? Well, that’s a bit of a stretch as you need to take into consideration other factors. However, it is known that individuals suffering from back pain spend in the neighborhood of $3000+ more on medical expenses as compared to

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Foods To Help You Sleep

Friday, January 25th, 2013:

Did you know that there are about 70,000,000 (70 million!) people in the U.S. that have trouble sleeping, dealing with various sleep disorders? And what if a number of them also had to contend with pain while sleeping? Not a good combination, huh? And if you don’t get appropriate amounts of sleep, that can lead to

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Sleep Your Pain Away?

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013:

Did you know that we spend about 25% of our lives sleeping? Now that’s a significant amount of time in our lifetime we spend getting our z’s! Occasionally, I get neck pain or back pain if I slept in an awkward position the previous night. But that’s really nothing for individuals that have to contend

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Do You Really Have Chronic Pain?

Saturday, January 19th, 2013:

Okay, there are varying degrees of pain, from acute to chronic pain. In general, if we experience pain for a long time, we categorize it as chronic pain. According to WebMD, chronic pain is pain that lasts more than 6 months. But, do we really know if what we feel and experience is actually chronic

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Foods Responsible For Your Pain

Thursday, January 17th, 2013:

You might be saying to yourself, “Food … no way is it the cause of my back pain.” Or the cause of your neck or shoulder pain, right? Well, surprise! It appears the foods you eat may have a significant impact on the pain in your life. And more specifically, foods that contribute to inflammation

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You Can Minimize Head and Neck Pain

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013:

Anyone that has struggled with head and neck pain appreciates how painful and miserable this ordeal could be.  An individuals’s neck and head region is defenseless and vulnerable to stresses caused by such things as arthritis, bad posture, accidents, whiplash, aging, as well as normal, day-to-day activities such as reading or chewing gum.  The base

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7 Tips To Help You Relieve Your Back Pain

Saturday, January 12th, 2013:

“OUCH!” “… Do you find yourself saying that when you get up from a chair, or do you hear your loved one saying that painful expression? If you want to manage your back pain, it is essential to be adequately informed. I hope today’s blog post will provide you with some tips to help you

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Relieve Neck And Shoulder Pain With A Heating Pad

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013:

The stresses of our daily lives sometimes forces us to shoulder a ton of stuff, like a heavy burden or responsibility. And with that, there’s a bit of tension and stress placed upon our neck and shoulders. And moreover, this can lead to neck and shoulder pain, back pain, and even muscle and joint pain!

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