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Benefits of Going Topical for Pain Relief

woman pumping pain relief lotion into her handAs the side effect lists for over-the-counter and prescription painkillers continually get longer, people have begun to search for alternatives. One of the most efficient and effective methods to relieve pain is the skin, the largest organ of our body!

Topical pain relieving creams, lotions, ointments, and gels are quickly becoming a staple in everyone’s medicine cabinet and there’s good reason for it. Some of the many benefits of switching to a topical pain reliever include:

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What Is Arthritis?

What is arthritis?Arthritis can strike any age group, whether male or female. The term literally translates into joint inflammation (arth=joint, itis=inflammation); this one name is used to describe over 100 types of diseases that cause joint inflammation and leads to cartilage degradation. (Click Here) to keep reading.

Pain Relief Alternatives to Painkillers and NSAIDs

Whether you have occasional pain, such as muscle soreness or deal with chronic pain from arthritis or other conditions, you want quick, safe relief. Some people reach for pain medication including narcotic painkillers or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). But painkillers including NSAIDs can have serious side effects especially if taken on a regular basis.

Luckily there are some alternatives for pain relief: (Click Here) to Continue Reading

9 Tips for Better Sleep

9 Tips for Better SleepSleep is a critical part of our wellness and it plays a major role in our lives. I mean, we do it everyday. But sleep disorders are a serious problem that can cause a rather vicious cycle, especially for those experiencing chronic pain. It has been revealed that pain is the top contributor to sleep disorders. In turn, disrupted sleep contributes to pain conditions. See the cycle? Luckily, there are some things you can try to get better sleep at night.

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Pain Relief Tips for Airplane Travel

pain relief tips for airplane travelTraveling can be stressful, especially for those with chronic pain. Between the waiting in airports and the nature of being on an airplane, there is quite a bit to prepare for. However, this doesn’t mean that traveling can’t be a pleasurable experience! With planning, a little excitement, and some support, traveling can be a breeze.

Here are 5 ways to ensure your trip is enjoyable! (Click Here)

Turmeric Oil for Topical Relief

Turmeric Oil for Pain and InflammationCurcumin, the active ingredient of turmeric, is a powerful antioxidant and has strong, proven anti-inflammatory properties. Other components of turmeric that contribute to combating inflammation include turmerin, turmerone, elemene, furanodiene, curdione, bisacurone, cyclocurcumin, calebin A, and germacrone. With all of these components in mind, it is important to note that turmeric is a powerful, safe alternative to conventional painkillers and anti-inflammatories on the market today. Turmeric can be found in different forms including the original root, ground up as a spice, oral supplementation, and as a topical treatment. While all forms of turmeric exhibit anti-inflammatory properties, using it as a topical agent is a controlled, science-backed method to combat local inflammation, swelling, and pain. Our skin is our body’s largest organ, as well as a semi-permeable membrane. In other words, most of what we put on our skin is absorbed into our bodies. This is why topical use turmeric is so effective! Here are only a few of the ways that topical use of turmeric can alleviate pain:

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Facts About Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless Leg SyndromeIt is estimated that up to 10% of Americans suffer from restless leg syndrome and about 2-3% of these cases are categorized as severe RLS. This condition affects people of all ages, but most commonly middle-aged and older individuals.

Restless leg syndrome is a nervous system disorder that causes uncomfortable sensations in the legs, resulting in an overwhelming need to move the legs to try to make the sensations go away. The sensation can vary depending on the person including throbbing, achiness, pain, numbness, tingling sensations, or a creeping feeling, as though insects are moving across the skin.

Unfortunately, RLS tends to flare up at night, leading to sleep disorders for many people.

With most cases of restless leg syndrome, the cause is unknown, but researchers believe that the following factors may be culprits:

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10 Reasons to Use a Topical Pain Reliever

topical pain relieverIf you have any curiosities about why so many people are using topical pain relievers to find relief, here is an infographic to explain 10 valid reasons!

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How Gluten Can Make Pain and Inflammation Worse

gluten-and-inflammationWhat is Gluten?

Gluten is a protein substance that is found in cereal grains like wheat, kamut, spelt, rye, barley and most oats. Is has a glue-like quality that helps baked goods stick together and gives bread a fluffy texture. Commercial producers of bread, pasta, and other bakery products like to use grains that contain gluten in their baked goods because it is the most well known. Gluten can also be found in other products hidden in the ingredients list with names such as:

  • Glucose (which is a sugar that can be derived from gluten.)
  • Vitamin E (which can be derived from gluten grains.)
  • Modified food starch (which usually comes from wheat.)
  • Natural Flavorings (especially caramel which usually comes from barley.)
  • Maltodextrin (which usually comes from wheat.)

Why Does It Cause Problems For Some?

Gluten can cause a whole host of problems such as Keratosis Pilaris, digestive upset, nutrient deficiencies, autoimmune disorders, mood disorders, dark circles under your eyes, brain fog, migraines and headaches, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, as well as painful swollen joints.

Gluten can also increase the amount of inflammation in your body, along with other foods. If gluten is not tolerated well by your digestive system it will cause damage to your intestines, and then the proteins can leak out into your bloodstream where they are not supposed to be. These rogue proteins cause inflammation and worsen pain.

Conventional crops that contain gluten are often sprayed with chemicals that can also irritate the intestines and are bad for our bodies. These chemicals can also create inflammation in the body since they are hard for the body to eliminate and detoxify from. Eating organic foods will eliminate this factor. If you are sensitive to gluten, then eating organic and gluten-free is even better for you.

What Can You Eat Instead?

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Why You Should Consider Practicing Yoga

yoga-health-benefitsDid you know that consistent yoga practice provides many health benefits, especially for anyone suffering from chronic pain? Studies have found that yoga can prevent the changes that chronic pain causes in the structure of the brain. These changes are linked to depression, anxiety, and brain fog.

Catherine Bushnell, PhD, a director of the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, said, “Practicing yoga has the opposite effect on the brain as does chronic pain.” Bushnell also reported that ongoing yoga practice can increase levels of pain tolerance, leading to a decrease in chronic pain. Brain images of someone suffering from chronic pain revealed that it causes changes to occur to the brain's volume of gray matter and disturbs the connections of the white matter. New brain images performed on people who had been practicing yoga for a period of time, showed that yoga actually bulks up gray matter and strengthens the connections of white matter.

Yoga is a gentle exercise that helps you build strength and flexibility. It is also an activity that is widely available. You can find a yoga class in many local communities, gyms, or YMCA organizations. If you aren't comfortable with public classes, then you can hire a personal trainer, find online classes, or purchase instructional DVDs. Yoga does not require expensive equipment. The only thing recommended for yoga practice is comfy clothes and a yoga mat to help you stay steady while performing poses.

To learn about other health benefits from yoga go ahead and watch the video!

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