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Posts Tagged ‘inflammation’

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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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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5 Signs You Might Suffer From Inflammation

Sunday, August 30th, 2015:

On the recent blog posts on this site, we touched upon inflammation, which ironically is our body’s response to protect us from pain and start the healing process. But if inflammation goes out of control, then it has a knack of blocking the healing process, making pain relief even harder to achieve. So what are

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5 Of The Worst Foods For Your Joints And Back Pain

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015:

A lot of people have trouble working out and exercising on a daily basis due to elbow, knee, shoulder and/or back pain. And as discussed on a previous blog post, what we eat appears to negatively or positively affect pain. And the root cause appears to be inflammation. Check out this YouTube video on inflammation:

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Eating Healthy Can Help Your Back Pain

Sunday, August 16th, 2015:

One of the things we do is use ice to relieve pain, such as back pain. Ice helps minimize inflammation, which in turn, helps provide pain relief. Ice is a cheap and safe way to get relief from back pain. In simple terms, when you reduce inflammation, there’s a good chance you’ll experience relief! A

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A Diet To Reduce Inflammation

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014:

A previous blog post discussed a lab test called hs-CRP that can indicate the inflammation levels in your body. The significance of the test? It has been found that high levels of inflammation is tied to various diseases, such as diabetes, and even chronic pain. The good news is that with proper diet, rest, and

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Does The hs-CRP Lab Test Show You Have Chronic Inflammation?

Sunday, November 9th, 2014:

I recently attended a seminar on reversing diabetes. No, I don’t have diabetes, but I thought it was worth attending since I know people close to me that have that dreaded disease. I usually don’t spend my Saturdays going to seminars and stuff, but what caught my eye on this one — other than it’s

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Is Ice Better Than Heat To Treat Back Pain?

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014:

When you mention to friends or family that you have back pain, the remedies that they mention is to apply ice or heat to your back. They go on to say that’s the best in-home treatment to relieve back pain. Okay, that’s fine and dandy, but my question is, what do you do first? Do

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Diaphragmatic Breathing For Pain Relief

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014:

On the last blog post, we discussed natural ways to get pain relief. One of the techniques was called diaphragmatic breathing. That breathing  technique involves deep breathing, which results in a more relaxed state and less tension around the area of pain. And moreover, diaphragmatic breathing, also known as belly breathing or optimal breathing, appears

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