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Finding Chronic Pain Relief Through Acupuncture

acupuncture-pain-chronicAcupuncture is getting some well-deserved recognition as a legitimate way to reduce the symptoms of chronic pain. It is no longer a foreign “alternative” treatment option, as millions of people are using acupuncture these days to relieve their pain. In fact, a recent study showed that around 3 million Americans use acupuncture every year and the number seems to be growing. Although the true benefits of acupuncture in treating pain is still up for debate, all research that has been conducted shows an improvement in condition when acupuncture is applied, compared to when it is not. Here we take a look at how acupuncture works and how it is used to treat chronic pain. (Continue Reading)

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The Benefits of Pain Support Groups

pain-support-groupSupport groups are one of the most overlooked ways of treating pain. Many suffering from daily pain rarely explore support groups as a way to feel better, which is unfortunate considering the multitude of benefits a person can receive from these groups. Some pain sufferers are nervous about meeting new people, especially if they feel their symptoms might make it difficult to even attend a support group. For those entertaining the idea of attending support groups for pain, you’re headed in the right direction. These groups are often undersold on just how useful they are in making those suffering from chronic pain feel better. (Continue Reading)

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Lifestyle Choices and Pain Management

lifestyle-coffeeThere are some who deal with pain on a day-to-day basis. Chronic pain can result from numerous types of illnesses and conditions, and those suffering are always searching for ways to take the pain away. Despite what type of pain you are experiencing, whether it be from an injury or a degenerative condition, most of us are willing to take any steps necessary to feel better and return to normalcy. For those who are dealing with conditions that present painful symptoms every day, the path to recovery may involve more than simply treating the symptoms. Conditions like arthritis, joint and bone deterioration, fibromyalgia, gout, sciatica, and other such disorders may take a different approach to preventing their painful symptoms. When we visit our physician, we often hear two words that may mean everything when it comes to you feeling better: lifestyle choices. (Continue Reading)

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The Health Benefits of Using a Stability Ball

stability-ball-benefitsIs your normal office chair causing you pain, discomfort, or improper posture? Any chair that you sit in long enough can have negative effects from long-term use if the chair doesn’t support and align the body properly. Even high-tech ergonomic chairs can create certain posture problems that you may not notice until it’s too late. This is one of the main reasons millions of people are switching to stability balls while they work or sit for long periods at a time. These are simple inflatable balls that you sit on, which force you to use correct posture to balance yourself.

Stability balls force the proper spine alignment while you balance yourself. When you start to change your alignment, your balance changes with it and you are forced to reposition to a proper posture. But what makes the stability ball efficient is not only help with posture but the many other numerous benefits that come with using the ball. (Continue Reading)

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Feldenkrais and Fibromyalgia: A Path to Less Pain

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Fibromyalgia is the most common cause of severe musculoskeletal pain in people seen by rheumatologists and other physicians. Those with fibromyalgia often display musculoskeletal pain, chronic fatigue, and sleep disturbance. Other symptoms may include morning stiffness, headaches, depression, gastrointestinal problems, and thyroid problems. Emotional stress, noise, trauma, and even climate have been known to exacerbate symptoms.

With the numerous treatment options available for those suffering from fibromyalgia, there is still many who still struggle with fibromyalgia symptoms on a daily basis. However, one specific method has been showing steady promise in decreasing these symptoms; The Feldenkrais Method. The Feldenkrais Method was created by Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, a Russian-born physicist and educator who developed his technique in response to his own diagnoses. This method works by increasing the person's sensitivity and awareness of physical movement. This method has grown in popularity. The goal is to reprogram the sensorimotor learning ability of a person’s central nervous system, basically the body relearns the patterns in which we should move, as well as how our bodies control these movements. This method is based on principles of physics, kinesthetics, and biometrics. The Feldenkrais method encourages practitioners to work alongside patients in an “instructional” manner, instead of just attempting to correct them.

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The Importance of an Organized Workstation

workstation-organizeFor those who work at a desk, in front of a computer, or on an assembly line, an organized workstation can save you from unnecessary pain, stress, and injury to the body. A workstation is any area where you spend most of your occupation time using tools, and completing tasks with your hands. For office workers, it may mean using a keyboard, mouse, and a monitor. For carpenters, it may mean standing at a workbench using various tools. Whatever your workstation may look like, it is important that you maintain proper posture while you work, and that you do not have to strain or add stress to the body while performing your job.

The problems that can arise from incorrect posture while working long hours are numerous and have serious consequences. Musculoskeletal disorders, as well as other types of pain, soreness, and stiffness may arise. A properly organized workstation, that is ergonomically designed, is the key to correct posture and comfortability, and can prevent painful disorders that stem from poor posture. (Continue Reading)

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New Ways to Carry Water May Save Runners from Pain

hydration-for-runnersWe live in an age where runners can stay hydrated in new and innovative ways. The old-school days of carrying your water in your hand, or only hydrating before and after you run, are long gone. It’s no surprise how crucial proper hydration is while training, not only for increasing performance but also for preventing injuries or problems that may arise from lack of hydration. With all of the devices on the market today, there’s no reason that dehydration should even be a problem. The future has brought new technology and designs for the way we carry water while running; allowing you to store water in ways that do not interfere with your run, or create an imbalance. Every runner should be taking advantage of the hydration benefits these devices provide. However, some runners still wonder, “Why can’t I just carry my water bottle in my hand while I run?” There is a very good reason: it could be creating serious problems for your body. Problems, that may seem unnoticeable at first, but can quickly lead to painful musculoskeletal conditions. How does this happen? (Continue Reading)

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Sleep: The Problem and The Solution

sleepIt’s no surprise that sleep plays a huge role when it comes to physical health. But to what extent? Most medical professionals will agree that adequate, restful sleep is crucial when it comes to staying healthy and preventing disease. Those who experience sleep difficulties for long periods of time, have a higher risk of developing conditions such as hypertension, depression, diabetes, obesity, and even some forms of cancer. Not to mention, those who get more sufficient sleep typically live longer and experience a higher quality of life. Around 50-70 million Americans report suffering from some form of sleep disorder. Any medical professional will tell you that sleep is just as important to living a healthy life as diet and exercise. 

So how much sleep is enough? That depends on age. The National Institute of Health suggest that school-age children require at least 10 hours of sleep each night. Teens get away with around 9 hours, and adults need around 7-8. Unfortunately, around 30% of adults receive less than 6 hours of sleep each night.

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How Does My Posture Affect My Health?

How-does-my-posture-affect-my-healthDid you know that your posture could be the root cause of a lot of your aches and pains? Researchers have performed numerous studies and found that the way we hold our bodies drastically affects how we feel. They have linked poor posture habits to high stress, depression, circulation issues, increased risk for diabetes and cardiovascular diseases, and slowing of intestinal activity, which leads to lots of other problems.

Some people even find that poor posture affects their careers, or how others view them, simply because they do not appear to be proud. When you walk through the door with your head down and your shoulders hunched over, you might come across as being sad and lacking energy. A Harvard study recently found that people who slouch have 10% less testosterone and a 15% increase in cortisol levels than people who don’t slouch. This means that people who slouch are dealing with more of the “stress chemical” known as cortisol. High cortisol and low testosterone levels can also cause feelings of low self confidence.

The other big factor about your posture is that you are holding your entire bodily frame in positions that cause misalignment, tension, and stress. As these 3 things occur to your bones, muscles, joints, tissues, etc, you develop sore spots, cramps, cricks, tense muscles, and more. Basically, you will feel pain in one or more areas of your body, and it may even be chronic pain.

Many people feel that they do not have the ability to fix their posture. Maybe they feel like they don’t have extra time to work on it, or they think that it will cost a lot of money, however, it doesn’t have to eat up a lot of your time or your hard earned money. All it takes is a little commitment and some patience with yourself.

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What You Need to Know About Vitamin D

vitamin-DThere are signs and symptoms that stem from the lack of vitamin D; one of them is depression. Serotonin, the neurotransmitter that regulates mood elevation rises with more exposure to light. There are many determining factors that place you at risk for a deficiency in Vitamin D.  For instance, those with darker skin are more at risk for Vitamin D deficiency. The darker your complexion, the more exposure you need from the sun; almost 10 times more exposure than what you would consider as enough for a pale person. Someone may also have a deficiency in Vitamin D if they are 50 years or older. The older you get, the less your skin responds to sun exposure, resulting in less production of Vitamin D in the body. The kidneys also become less efficient at converting Vitamin D into something usable by your body. Those who are over 50 (especially if they are retired) may also spend more time indoors compared to a younger adult. Sometimes those who come into the doctor’s office complaining of aches and pains in their bones, often end up being misdiagnosed with fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome, but what they may be experiencing is a Vitamin D deficiency. Ten to fifteen minutes of direct sunlight per day can help the body produce an adequate amount of vitamin D. Some researchers have concluded that Vitamin D helps to relieve pain by aiding in the absorption of calcium, which aids in bone repair and growth. Research has estimated that a majority of people with unexplained sources of pain were found to be deficient in vitamin D levels. There seems to be a correlation between Vitamin D and living with pain. A physician or nutritionist should know enough about Vitamin D, and if they believe you may have this deficiency, they should work with you to develop a treatment plan that includes regular sun exposure and possibly Vitamin D supplements.

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