Top Five Things You Can Do Right Now to Combat Chronic Pain

Pain is a very personal experience and chronic pain can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. The truth is that most adults experience chronic pain in their lifetimes and the most commonly reported pain is back pain. These five strategies can help most people to some degree, and results will vary depending on the cause, location, and severity of your pain. Always consult your health care provider before making changes to your nutrition or exercise programs. #5 – Make sure you are drinking plenty of water daily. One of the greatest contributors to muscle pain is dehydration yet most of us wait until we are thirsty to drink water. Usually this is too late. Drinking caffeine like coffee, t

How to Choose the Massage Therapist That is Right for Your Chronic Pain

Massage has become increasingly more popular over the past two or three decades as the public becomes more interested in non-invasive ways to promote better health and well-being. In general, massage has many health benefits that make it a worthwhile investment in taking care of yourself. Even better, many massage techniques are specifically intended to address particular issues and problems for clients. In this article, I will be talking about a number of specialized types of massage so that you can decide for yourself which method may be best suited to your particular needs. Massage methods are often referred to as modalities. This article is limited to a discussion of science based mo

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