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Does Mindfulness Meditation-Induced Pain Relief Work?

Sunday, January 24th, 2016:

It’s known that meditation is one of the tools to relieve stress, but recently, meditation has been looked upon as a means to achieve pain relief. So, how does this process of closing your eyes, clearing your mind (aka, stop thinking about what’s on your to-do-list), relaxing your mind and focusing on your breathing, have

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Back Pain Mistakes We Need To Avoid

Sunday, December 6th, 2015:

When you experience back pain, you might do a number of things to find pain relief. We may do some things right, and some things wrong that may futher exacerbate the pain. Our friends at the site Lose The Back Pain has found a number of common mistakes we do when we get into those painful situations.

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Back Pain Relief Is Easy As H3O

Saturday, November 28th, 2015:

Moving your body via some exercise routine can be good for your back pain. And if aqua-aerobics is available in your community, you can also include that as part of your exercise routine. Moreover, these types of water related-exercises are quite effective for back pain sufferers because it creates an environment of weightlessness, minimizes resistance

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RICE and Acute Pain

Sunday, November 15th, 2015:

No, not that type of rice you might be thinking about, but a form of therapy you can do to relieve pain in the comfort of your own home. And today, we’re talking about acute pain. According to WebMD, acute pain “… starts suddenly and usually doesn’t last long”. Similar to an incident where you’re carrying

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Chronic Pain Cured?

Sunday, November 8th, 2015:

On average, most of us have experienced back pain at least once during our lives, but for a group of unfortunate individuals, they have to deal with chronic pain on a daily basis. Back pain, if it’s acute, generally goes away within a few weeks. Chronic pan, according to WebMD, lasts longer than 6 months.

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Back Pain Is Even Part Of The World Series

Sunday, November 1st, 2015:

Back pain is, unfortunately, a nagging piece of life for many in the United States, as well as for others in the world. Now that the professional baseball season in the U.S. is coming to a close with the World Series, it’s a battle between Kansas City Royals and the New York Mets. But that’s

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Spinal Decompression And Back Pain

Sunday, October 25th, 2015:

If you’re suffering from chronic back pain, you could resort to spinal decompression therapy. It may be either a surgical or nonsurgical treatment, and bottom line, its goal is to help eliminate the pain that you’re dealing with. And for today’s blog post, I will focus on nonsurgical spinal decompression. More specifically, spinal decompression exercises.

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The Other Astaxanthin

Sunday, October 18th, 2015:

On the previous blog post, I discussed the power of the “alpha antioxidant” called astaxanthin. More specifically, its documented ability to reduce chronic inflammation. Having access to natural and safe anti-inflammatories are welcome news to those who suffer from chronic back pain. As discussed in previous posts, there is a large number of individuals in

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Is Astaxanthin The Mother Of All Antioxidants?

Sunday, October 11th, 2015:

When you see the word “Astaxanthin“, which is pronounced as “asta-ZAN-thin” , what is the first thing that pops into your mind? For me, I thought it was some kind of additive manufacturers stick into gum. Okay, bad play on words, however, I had no idea that it was an antioxidant … and a very

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Back Pain Education Day 2015: Mindfulness And Pain

Sunday, October 4th, 2015:

I have discussed a number of topics presented in the Back Pain Education Day sponsored by Stanford University, and specifically, topics which focused on the mind and back pain connection. Today I want to wrap it up by discussing the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) presentation by Mark Neenan, M.Ed., who is a well-known instructor

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