Pain Relief At Home

January 28th, 2013 Posted in Exercises

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  Natural home remedies can work wonders for pain relief at home according to this article. Massage therapists can provide information about Yoga and Chinese therapy, which aids the process of natural healing. Taking cues from the following tips from Massage Therapists and Estheticians, one can get relief from chronic pain within a short time. These include sleeping with a pillow under the legs, drinking coconut water for hydration, and proper application of eye cream. You will get information on how to keep your immune system healthy by keeping your lymphatic system in proper shape. Another method of treatment is application of heat and ice, which can be very effective.     Pain Relief At Home When it comes to natural home care remedies, tips, and tricks, massage therapists are   Read more…


Help For Spondylitis With Injections

January 27th, 2013 Posted in Treatment

  Although we do not know the reasons for inflammation at the spinal joints due to Ankylosing Spondilytis, which is a form of arthritis, help for spondylitis with injections have proved to produce remarkable results. More details are provided in the following news article. The pain and stiffness in the lower back due to Ankylosing Spondilytis is usually felt in the morning or after a period of inactivity. The spinal joints fuse together to cause extreme rigidity and stiffness in the backbone, and it becomes difficult to breathe, and severe pain occurs at any movement.   Simple blood tests and X-Ray scans can detect the disease. Causes of this ailment are not known, and anti-inflammatory drugs are the only method of relief. New injectable medications, approved for Ankylosing Spondilytis, have   Read more…


Pain Relief Secrets

January 25th, 2013 Posted in Natural relief

  The following article describes 15 things to keep handy as pain relief secrets. Many commonly found products, including essential oils, plant extracts, berries, fruit, herbs, and spices can be very useful for relieving aches and pains, and improving symptoms in sufferers. From Aloe Vera to Cinnamon powder, Ginger, and Hawthorn Berry, you will be surprised at the wealth of health benefits that can be achieved from these products. You can have pain relief; help with fungal and bacterial infections; improved blood flow; reduced inflammatory pain; help with heart complaints; and reduced cholesterol from these types of natural products. Other creams and ointments have healing effects, too. Pillows and other devices can also help to relief back, neck, and shoulder pains.     Pain Relief Secrets If you thought neck   Read more…


Back Pain Relief With Yoga

January 21st, 2013 Posted in Exercises

  Back pain relief with Yoga has been found to be a better alternative therapy to the traditional treatments, which have failed to produce significant results. Research work that is discussed in this article, has confirmed that Yoga improves function and reduces back pain while increasing mobility at work. Even those who have undertaken regular stretching exercises experienced the same benefit as those taking Yoga classes, the study has been carried out on those who were willing to take to exercise, and eliminate those who were suffering from Sciatica and those who were unwilling to take to Yoga exercises.   Those who underwent Yoga classes were motivated enough to exercise, and they were not suffering from back pain to limit them in any way. They have the maximum benefit without   Read more…


Relief Without Surgery

January 19th, 2013 Posted in Natural relief

  Home remedies, adequate rest, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and hot and cold treatment can be effective for relief without surgery.  If back pain persists after following the methods as described in this article, then it is advisable to consult a physician, especially those at spine clinics who are specialized in non-surgical treatments. Home remedies, physical therapies, exercises, and muscle relaxants can be useful for back pain relief. In cases of chronic back pain, Cortisone injections can bring relief, while X-Rays and MRIs can detect the nature of spinal injury.   There can be a limited outcome after surgery, and the time taken to recover may be quite long. Keeping to a traditional treatment is a better alternative for back pain relief.     Relief Without Surgery Fortunately, with home treatment   Read more…


Back Pain Relief Secrets

January 15th, 2013 Posted in Prevention

  Among the many back pain relief secrets available, keeping spinal support in a proper manner, and using a quality mattress, which helps in supporting the spine, are essential to get relief from back pain according to the following article. Keeping proper posture while sitting, standing, or in any other activity makes it imperative to support the spine. Mattresses should be firm so that it adequately supports the spine, and it is advisable to change it after every five to seven years. Keeping in mind these two things, you can prevent back pain.     Back Pain Relief Secrets Spinal support   The one piece of advice that you’d regularly hear when anyone tells you about how to defeat backache is invariably to improve your posture. Slouching constantly can indeed   Read more…


Exercise For Pain Relief During Pregnancy

January 13th, 2013 Posted in Exercises

  Doing the recommended amount of physical exercise for pain relief during pregnancy is important to avoid pelvic girdle and lower back pain as described in this article. Pregnant women are advised to carry out exercises of moderate intensity for about half an hour three to five times a week provided there are no obstetric contraindications. Other possible benefits from regular exercise for pregnant women include reduced risk of Gestational Diabetes, Pre-eclampsia, and Depression. It may also create a shorter delivery time, and there is a higher likelihood of vaginal delivery.     Exercise For Pain Relief During Pregnancy   Not enough healthy pregnant women are doing the recommended amount of physical exercise, suggest study findings.   The benefits of such exercise are clear, say the researchers, who found that   Read more…


Foods For Back Pain Relief

January 10th, 2013 Posted in Prevention

  Injuries and infections can cause inflammation, which may sometimes persist to cause many diseases such as cancer and arthritis leading to considerable pain. A study discussed in this article reveals that choice of foods can influence the reduction or aggravation of inflammation. There are some foods for back pain relief, which include fruits, vegetables, whole grain, healthy plant fats and fish, refined grains, and red meat. However, you should avoid processed food. Foods containing high fats and sodium can cause aggravation of inflammation.   Other foods that reduce inflammation and pain include high amounts of antioxidants and foods that fight pain including fish and fish oil containing Omega 3 fatty acids. Green tea, rich in antioxidants, Pomegranate, Cherries and Red Grapes are good for pain relief. Olive Oil, Curcumin,   Read more…


Sciatica Pain

January 7th, 2013 Posted in Pain in the back

  Symptoms associated with sciatica pain include low back pain shooting down to the foot, numbness, tingling in the leg, and general weakness due to inflammation of the Sciatic nerve according to the following article. Sometimes Sciatica may be cured through conservative management causing the patient to return to light exercises within two to three weeks. Exercises recommended for Sciatica are stretching exercises for strengthening the abdominal and back muscles. At times injections may be necessary. Injury to the Sciatic nerve may be due to Spinal Stenosis, herniated disc, tumor on the nerve, or fracture of the pelvis area. If the symptoms persist, and you have a fever, call a doctor immediately.     Sciatica Pain   Sciatica refers to the pain that begins in the lower part of the   Read more…


Sports That Cause Back Injuries

January 3rd, 2013 Posted in Prevention

  Some summer recreational activities, which are included in sports that cause back injuries might have hazardous effect on the alignment of the spine according to this article. While indulging in water sports, swimming, and splashing in the water are the best activities, while skiing on water can cause substantial damage from compression of the spine including whiplash. Excessive running can too much pressure on the spine and result in compression of the spine and continuous back pain. Backpacking causes excess weight being placed on the spine causing compression of the spinal cord and lower back pain. Playing golf can be harmful to the back when the ground is uneven, and playing the game without positioning the body correctly is equally problematic.     Sports That Cause Back Injuries Here   Read more…