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    6 Foods for Natural Pain Relief

    The foods that you eat impact your health and well-being. When you suffer from chronic pain, it is particularly important to embrace a healthy diet, which reduces stress on your body. Set yourself up for success by incorporating these six foods into your diet for natural pain relief.



    Ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory, and can reduce nausea, arthritis and headaches.



    Turmeric helps protect the body from free radicals, and is well-known for its healing properties.



    Thyme can reduce pain perception, and also serves as an anti-inflammatory.

    hot peppers

    Hot Peppers

    Peppers contain capsaicin, which can help to reduce pain perception.



    Yogurt containing probiotics can help reduce stomach pain, inflammation and bloating.

    mint leaves

    Mint Leaves

    Mint can help relieve headaches when rubbed on the skin or breathed in.

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    Maren Nader
    Maren Auxier is a freelance writer for Pain Resource. She is passionate about helping patients find ways to feel better and live better lives. In her spare time, Maren enjoys exercising, hiking, yoga and cooking.

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