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Posts Tagged ‘Heating Pad’

Treatment For Neck Pain At Home

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013:

It is possible for neck pain to occur anywhere from the top of the shoulders to the bottom of the head. You could experience limited head and neck movement or pain that spreads to your arms or upper back. Those who take prescription meds or receive medical treatment for neck pain may find that home

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7 Desired Features You Want In A Heating Pad

Thursday, March 7th, 2013:

On the previous blog post about heating pads, I discussed 5 factors that should serve as a warning to stay away from specific types of heating pads. Today, I want to focus on the features that make a heating pad a no-brainer of a buy. The following 7 desirable features of a quality heating pad

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Tips That Can Work Wonders For Your Back Pain

Thursday, February 14th, 2013:

TIP! While dealing with back pain, you should try to relax and calm any muscles that are experiencing spasms. The best way to accomplish this is to just lay down and place a heating pad on the aching muscles. Back pain is very common nowadays. The causes can range from activities like heavy lifting, all

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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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