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Pain Plan

How to Develop Your Perfect Pain Plan

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Why would someone need to start a pain plan? Follow this story to learn how Elizabeth decided she needed the perfect pain plan... Elizabeth Brogan's pain problems started in the spring of 2000, when the...
Making My Pain Worse

Seven Ways You Are (Unknowingly) Making Your Pain Worse

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When you have pain, the hurt can seem to have a mind of its own. It may come and go at will. It takes a toll on your mood and energy level. It can...
Pain Resolution 2021

12 Months ‘Til Less Pain in 2022!

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Coping with chronic pain or other painful conditions is tough, especially around holidays when a lot of responsibility is placed on a person. Christmas shopping, family gatherings, new years parties it might seem overwhelming...
Healthy Holiday Eating

Your Guide to Healthy Holiday Eating

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Tips for Healthy Holiday Eating Don't let the holidays put your health in disarray. Use this healthy holiday eating tip sheet to keep off unwanted pounds, knock out pain conditions, and have a more pleasant...
Anti-Arthritis Plan

Add These Steps to Your Anti-Arthritis Plan

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Anti-Arthritis Plan Overview For the more than 46 million people in the United States living with arthritis, life means some amount of pain most days, and, for some, every day. With so many millions affected,...
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Put These Simple Pain Relief Tips to Use Today

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Pain Relief Tips Overviews It's no surprise that many sufferers of chronic pain have a difficult time relaxing. With the cost of prescriptions as high as they are, and an array of pain relieving products...
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Athlete Pain Management Interviews: Vance Johnson

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Former Denver Bronco Vance Johnson sat down with us recently to talk about chronic pain and his new addiction treatment center in Las Vegas: Vance Johnson Recovery Center. Vance Johnson and Chronic Pain The three-time Super...
Surviving Covid-19 with Chronic Pain

How People with Chronic Pain Are Surviving COVID-19

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You don’t have to be an epidemiologist to know that the coronavirus pandemic has been hard on everyone. Loss of employment and disruption of routines have affected millions of people around the world. But...
Alternative Treatments for Pain

Alternative Treatments for Pain That Actually Work

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Trying to finding alternative treatments for pain can bring you face-to-face with the ugly side of the internet. Online, you will find troves of people eager to share their success and horror stories in...
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How To Write an Effective Pain Journal

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Sometimes, the events of the day can be just a little too much. This is especially true for people with chronic pain. This is where pain journaling comes in. A pain journal is a place...
Avoid Back Pain on Long Road Trips

5 Tips To Help You Stop Car Back Pain

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Whether you commute long hours or just like to drive around for fun, long hours in the car can hurt your back. While some people may have public transportation or biking options, for others...
Things that can Migraines Worse

5 Things That Make Migraines Worse

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With everything we know about human health, you might be surprised to learn that doctors and researchers still don’t know the exact cause of migraine headaches. About 15% of the population, or roughly 39...
aqua yoga for chronic pain

Why You Should Try Aqua Yoga For Chronic Pain

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If you’re a chronic pain patient like me, you’ve probably had someone, under the guise of being helpful, tell you to try yoga. But if you’re one of the millions of Americans with chronic...

Here’s What It’s Like Living With Coccydynia

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About a year ago, I began to notice pain around my coccyx while sitting down. At 52, I'm no stranger to back pain. I've suffered from it for years - including in my lower...
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Strike A Pose: Yoga for Pain Relief

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These three simple yoga poses for pain relief poses are great for beginners and experienced yoga students alike. If you decide to try yoga at a local studio make sure to tell them about your...
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I Have Cancer: Now What Do I Do?

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When a diagnosis of cancer hits home, it may be hard to figure out how to keep your composure and what to expect. Follow these guidelines to learn the best ways to keep your...

Peripheral Neuropathies: Charcot Marie Tooth Disease

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Charcot Marie Tooth Disease is a devastating, inherited disease, but life with CMT doesn't have to be grim. Charcot Marie Tooth Syndrome is a series of neuropathic disorders that affect the nerves of the brain...
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How Cycling Can Maximize Your Health

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Outdoor and indoor cycling is healthy for you and the planet. Cycling can maximize health, reduces emissions and delivers an intense full-body workout that keeps you young. Celebrities like Patrick Dempsey and Madonna epitomize...
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Constipation and Narcotics: How to Get a Move On

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If you're taking a narcotic for your pain, chances are good you're dealing with an unpleasant side effect: constipation. As a topic, constipation doesn't exactly make for good dinner conversation. But knowing what to eat...

Stretching 101

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Stretching and Staying Limber is Good for Your Body and Mind While the jury is still out on whether stretching can prevent injury, when appropriate, it can definitely help you rehab from many injuries, such...
TakingCareLovedOneChronicPain

10 Tips for Taking Care of a Loved One with Chronic Pain

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When your loved ones are feeling the pain, they are simply not themselves. Follow these tips to help take the best care of them, without straining your relationship. 1) Keep communication open. Perhaps the most important...
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Exercise and Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Aerobic Exercise Can Be Safe and Effective for People with Rheumatoid Arthritis A study by medical researchers in France found that cardio exercise can actually help people with rheumatoid arthritis. In fact, exercise can actually lessen...
Chronic Pain and Immune System

Chronic Pain and Your Immune System

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Pain can be thought of as your body's own alarm system. When you experience pain, your brain signals the alarm that triggers the "fight or flight" response in your nervous system to help your...
Pain Fighting Season

7 Summer Activities that Fight Pain

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Fight your Pain While Enjoying the Outdoors this summer. It's summertime, and the sun is shining.The birds are chirping and the flowers are in bloom. Stiff, achy joints are loosening up, and it's becoming much...

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