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Pain
A number of people across the world suffer from different sort of pain such as chronic pain, acute or severe pain. Each one of you may have realized pain in one form or the other. Sometimes you face back pain or migraine after a whole day stressful w...
Tramadol is a prescription medication approved by the Food drugs Administration (FDA). Tramodal is used to relive moderate to moderately sever pain. Worldwide 55 million patients prescribe to have tramodal for their pain relief. Most commonly, it is ...
Question : SOMETIMES when I cough, the right lower part of my abdomen becomes very painful, like I'm being stabbed with a sharp object. I try to take the painkillers, but the excruciating pain is still there! I can't even turn to the back while exerc...
You use your knees every time you walk, run, or move your lower body at all. Knee pain, therefore, dramatically affects the daily life of sufferers, who must use their knees throughout the day. Knee pain is the second only to back pain among Ameri...
Try An Anti-Inflammatory Diet: It Could Be The Answer To Eliminating Your PainWhen I say Inflammation, thoughts of painful joints, muscles, swelling and loss of mobility probably comes to mind. But did you know that recent research shows that chronic...
Everyone will experience pain at some point in their lives. Pain is a necessary form of protection against injuries, diseases, or conditions that would otherwise impair or even kill us. Pain alerts us that something is wrong. Pain can be either a...
Pacing is a concept that pain specialists, especially and pain psychologists instruct every client in suffering from chronic pain. It is a set of strategies I use myself in dealing with my rheumatoid arthritis. Now I frequently tell my clients that i...
Some medical practitioners have the idea that psychological problems predict the development of chronic pain. To date , however, the research does not support this idea (Kuch, 2001 Clinical Journal of Pain, Vol 17, No. 4). The largest link between ps...
Most of us suffer from severe or moderate pain in our day-to-day life and many people try to get relief with painkillers and medications. It is also a fact that many of us may not be forgetting the moments when we fall from the tree or got a bee stin...
Everyone will suffer pain at some point in their lives. Grim as this may sound, some pain is necessary its a signal from our brain that something is wrong in our body, something we need to address to protect our health and well-being. It can be ca...
As a chronic pain sufferer myself, being diagnosed with a herniated disc in my lower back, along with bone disc degenerative disease, I have learned a lot about how chronic pain is treated, or I should say undertreated. It's a sad fact for a variety ...
The first night after I learned how to do Brain Wave Vibration, I practiced it to rid myself from pain. I was asleep in bed, and had a severe muscle cramp in my right quadricep. The cramp would not go away, so I thought about taking one of my leg cra...
Question : I HAVE been suffering from pain around my neck, shoulder and lower back. I tried simple stretching movements and avoided sleeping on pillows, yet this pain never goes away. Answer : YOUR head and neck region is vulnerable to many different...
How to Meditate to Reduce Your Chronic PainThe Relaxation ResponseThe term, relaxation response, was coined by Herbert Benson, M.D.. The relaxation response results in real physical changes in blood pressure, heart rate and muscle activity. Over time...
I work with people who have chronic pain. Often I have found that people get hit with pain mid-life when they have young children. As as result of the person's inability to do what they used to do, they feel like failures as mothers or fathers. Typ...
They tell me my diagnosis is pretty common, that millions of Americans suffer with low back pain. I've also heard that next to the common cold, missing work from low back pain is the biggest reason. With these two major known facts, I then wondered w...
I no longer miss work to go to the doctor. I no longer wait hours sitting in a doctor's office just to see the doctor. In the past, after seeing the doctor, I now no longer have to wait at a pharmacy to get my prescriptions filled. I now get medical ...
Common pain is a reaction to any sort of detrimental stimulus that teaches us not to repeat the action that caused the pain in the first place. Neuropathic pain is very distinct from every other type of pain a patient may experience. Neuropathic pain...
The American Pain Foundation (APF) has called pain a national healthcare crisis. Morethan 50 million Americans are suffering from chronic pain and another 25 millionare dealing with acute pain.Chronic pain can include back pain, arthritis, muscle st...
Phenylalanine Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid that is needed for normal functioning of the central nervous system. It has been used successfully to help control symptoms of depression and chronic pain, as well as other diseases linked to a m...
Restless leg syndrome is a painful and mentally frustrating condition that affects millions of people around the world. It affects approximately 10% of the current United States population. Anyone can be affected by it, young, old, men, and women hav...
The term sciatica refers to pain along a specific nerve the sciatic nerve, which runs from your lower back down through each leg. It usually caused by a wayward vertebral disc, more commonly referred to as a pinched nerve or a herniated, ruptured,...
It is natural to tense against pain, or even the anticipation of pain. When we are hit with the shock and surprise of pain, our primitive fight-or-flight defense kicks in, but we are often in a situation where it is impossible either to fight or to r...
Question : I AM 43 years old and lately, I have been suffering from a stiff neck. It starts suddenly and there is pain with movement. Sometimes, it may be accompanied with fever and even affects the shoulder blade. The stiff neck comes and goes. What...
1) Muscle Strains or SprainsThis most often occurs as a result of an injury. Something like a whiplash injury from a fall, sports injury or a car accident. It can also be from sleeping in an awkward position or being in one position too long. ...