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How Mindfulness Practice Reduces Pain

How Mindfulness Reduces PainPain is regulated by our nervous system. Our brain alerts us of the pain we feel and it strives to maintain balance in the body. Stress disrupts the brain’s ability to deal with pain signals. Dr. Steven Stanos, medical director of the Center for Pain Management at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, stated, “The brain is always trying to inhibit pain signals. But if you're stressed, simply put, the brain's ability to filter these pain signals is affected in a bad way and pain can be increased.” Research shows that even the process of thinking about something stressful immediately causes increased tension in the back muscles. This tension aggravates any underlying conditions that you may have.

Mindfulness significantly reduces stress levels, anxiety, and feelings of depression. Researchers conducted a study in which participants were placed in an 8-week mindfulness-based stress reduction group. When participants finished this training, scans revealed that in troubling situations they had less neural activity and responses. This means that there wasn’t a large release of stress hormones, leading researchers to the conclusion that mindfulness teaches strategies that help the brain regulate and react to an emotional situation with less stress, thus helping decrease pain levels.

However, some individuals are turned off at the thought of mindfulness because it doesn't seem like something for them.

But what if I told you, to practice mindfulness, you don't have to chant a mantra or imagine yourself somewhere else.

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How Magnesium Relieves Pain

How Magnesium Helps Relieve PainMagnesium is an essential mineral that our bodies need for over 600 cellular processes. Our bodies do not manufacture magnesium; the foods we eat supply the body with magnesium. Researchers believe that some of our conventionally grown foods are deficient in magnesium, which is due to the soil being depleted of certain nutrients. Many researchers recommend that we choose organically grown vegetables since many organic growers replace the nutrients lost through farming, by properly amending the soil.

Many functions in the body rely on Magnesium. It helps to maintain the proper function of the central nervous system and low levels can be associated with changes in brain function and mood. Low magnesium levels are commonly found in people with Alzheimer’s, bipolar disorder, depression, and Autism. People who experience migraine headaches are often found to have low levels of magnesium as well.

Our immune system relies on magnesium to keep us healthy. Low levels of magnesium are associated with a poorly functioning immune system. This is partly because viruses and bacteria are stressors for the body, and when the body is under stress it uses more magnesium. Physical and emotional stress is very common in our modern lives. When we are under stress, the body uses more magnesium to help our minds and bodies cope. This depletes our magnesium stores and lowers our immune system.

The proper function of our muscles is dependent on adequate levels of magnesium. Often people with a low magnesium level will experience muscle cramps, abnormal heart rhythms, and more. Low levels of magnesium affect our muscles’ ability to relax and the body’s pain levels. Pain sufferers are often advised to try increasing their intake of magnesium to see whether it helps to reduce their pain levels.

Magnesium and Pain

Pain in the body is most often caused by inflammation. Inflammation is a sign that something is not functioning well in the body, or that the body is dealing with a lot of emotional or physical stress.
Magnesium plays a key role in controlling the level of inflammation in our bodies since it regulates so many cell functions.

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Robson Aragao Wins the Velocity Tour Bangor Buck Off

<span class='notranslate'>Real Time Pain Relief</span> Bullrider Robson Aragao Wins the Bangor BuckoffIn front of a sold out crowd, Real Time Pain Relief Bullrider, Robson Aragao, captured his second victory of the PBR Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour (RVT) in Bangor, Maine on Sunday afternoon.

Robson was the only rider to ride 3-for-3 this weekend for a total event score of 248.5 points, earning $5,491. Aragao rode Colt .45 (Mike Miller Bucking Bulls) for 82.0 points in Round 1, Pay Day (J Bar W Ranch) for 81.5 points in Round 2, and Slow Ride (Mike Miller Bucking Bulls) for 85 points in the championship round.

With the win, Aragao earned 80 points toward the PBR world standings and an invitation to the Built Ford Tough Series’ First Premier Bank Premier BankCard Invitational in Sioux Falls, South Dakota on Mar. 31-Apr. 2.

Last October, Aragao won the Velocity Tour 2016 regular season finale in Portland, Maine.

 

How Positive Thinking Reduces Pain

How Positive Thinking Reduces PainHave you ever heard of the phrase mind over matter? The main premise behind the popular saying is that our minds, composed of our thoughts, feelings and emotions, have a big influence on our physical bodies and external environment. A different way of explaining this phenomenon is the “mind-body connection,” or in some cases, “the placebo effect.” This subject is widely studied, especially in the area of chronic pain. All bodies of research point to a really incredible outcome: positive thinking can improve pain symptoms. On the flip side, negative thinking can contribute to worsening pain or at least inhibiting one’s ability to cope with it.
                        
A clinical psychologist, Nicola Turner, recognizes that the medical profession often creates a disconnection between one’s physical pain and mental patterns. She explains, “we’ve been conditioned to separate physical and emotional problems when in fact you can’t have the mind without the body.” This idea brings attention to the integration of cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, with physical therapy. CBT is regularly used as a treatment for an array of mental health issues such as anxiety, stress management, and even phobias. Interestingly enough, Warwick University conducted a study in 2010 on patients with severe back pain and concluded that those who combined their standard treatment with CBT showed double the improvement in pain versus those who received the physiotherapy, osteopathy, or acupuncture alone.

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Facts About Growing Pains

Growing Pains You have probably heard the term “growing pains,” but did you know that many health experts say that this type of pain isn’t caused by a growth spurt? While a clear cause of growing pains has yet to be established, professionals believe that it is just soreness that occurs from being an active child. The long days of running, jumping, and climbing put stress on the body, and this manifests as soreness when a child finally takes the time to relax.

For the most part, it seems that growing pains tend to affect children that are in certain age groups. The children that are most likely to experience growing pains are between the ages of 3-5, and later in childhood between the ages of 8-12.

Growing pains have some common symptoms. For most children, these pains occur in the evening or while sleeping, and for most children, the pain is gone by the morning. The legs are the most commonly affected body part, with complaints being about soreness in the thighs, the back of the knees, and in the calves.

If your child has issues with growing pains, it can be a trying situation. The pain can make it hard for them to sleep at night, and you want to do whatever you can to relieve the pain and make your child more comfortable. Fortunately, there are steps that you can take to soothe the pain. Check out our recently published article to learn about 7 Natural Remedies to Relieve Growing Pains!

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Brandon Davis Wins in Hampton at the Velocity Tour

Brandon Davis Wins in Hampton at the Velocity Tour Brandon Davis captured his first PBR Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour (RVT) event victory Saturday night with a total score of 171 points.

Davis went 2-for-2 in the Hampton Coliseum, riding Awesome Sauce (Cornwall Bucking Bulls) for 84.5 points in Round 1 and Double Trouble (J Bar W Ranch) for 86.5 points in the championship round.

With the win, Davis earned 80 points toward the PBR world standings and an invitation to compete in the Built Ford Tough Series’ Ak-Chin Invitational in Glendale, Arizona on Mar. 25-26.

4 Reasons to Stop Sitting With Crossed Legs

Is Sitting With Your Legs Crossed Bad For YouSitting with our legs crossed is a very common way of sitting. Whether it is at the office, on public transportation, or relaxing at home, many people’s go-to posture is one leg over the other, crossed at the knee. This may be the comfortable position for you to sit and it may also come in handy in crowded areas, however, there are some negative side effects from sitting in this position for too long.

Here are 4 reasons that researchers say that sitting with your legs crossed isn't good for your body:

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How to Choose the Right Drink to Reduce Gout Pain

How to Choose the Right Drink to Reduce Gout PainAs a gout sufferer, your biggest concern is to stay hydrated because it will help your system flush out uric crystals. Most doctors advise patients to consume 12-16 cups of fluids daily. But, when it comes to choosing a beverage to meet that quota, there is a right choice and a wrong choice because some beverages can increase your body’s uric acid levels. 

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7 Ways to Be More Active Every Day

7 Ways to Be More Active in Every Day LifeExercise doesn't have to cost a fortune! Staying active doesn't even need to cost you a dime when you realize it isn't crucial to have a gym membership, a bunch of exercise equipment, or a professional who can formulate plans for you. Physical activity also doesn't have to take up all of your time. We are busy people, right? We can’t quit our day jobs or skip out on plans with loved ones just so we can get some activity in our life. Did you know that there are some ways to be active without going to a gym or going for a run? Here are 7 easy ways to sneak some extra fitness into your day:

Take the Stairs

Have you noticed that there are exercise machines that are made to simulate stairs? That's proof enough that it's a good workout! Skip the elevator and even the escalators. Walking, even leisurely, up the stairs is a mini workout that's convenient and often we do not have to change our routines at all to implement it.

Stand Up

Sounds simple, right? It is! While you're working, for example, try to stand more than you're sitting. Standing desks are a huge plus in this situation, but if that is not applicable to your environment, plan to take standing breaks. Shoot for getting up and standing for at least 5 minutes every hour or so. Better yet, you could make a point to stand up whenever you're on the phone. This little change, especially once it becomes a habit, makes a difference!

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