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Can You “Fix” Your Pain Forever?

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Not All Pain Can Be Fixed Permanently Virtually everyone on the planet will experience pain at least once in their lives. It’s unlikely that someone will go through life without dealing with pain. However, many people only experience short-term pain that appears quickly and goes away after some time. Unfortunately, some are forced to live life with chronic pain, which …

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Is Acetaminophen Safe for Pain Management?

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Always Be Careful When Taking Pain Medication Suffering from any pain can be debilitating, impacting many aspects of your life. Whether you suffered an injury in an accident or suffer from chronic pain due to a specific condition, it is important to understand your options. One of the first things many people do when living in pain is to turn …

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What You Need to Know About COVID-19

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COVID-19 Has Affected Numerous Industries Like Healthcare As many of you may be fully aware, the world is currently facing a crisis that threatens the lives of millions across the globe. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel coronavirus, now officially referred to as COVID-19, a pandemic. A pandemic is the spread of a disease across large areas of …

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Pushing Through Pain: Is it a Myth?

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Always Listen to Your Body Pain is an interesting thing that most people will experience at one time or another during their lifetime. There are many different types of pain, both chronic and acute. When it comes to pain, it can be challenging to know where the limit is. Because we are all unique beings, everyone experiences pain differently. But …

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Pain Management Tips for Foot Pain

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Foot Pain is Incredibly Common It is easy to take the feet for granted, that is, until pain strikes. Foot pain is something that many people face during their lifetime, whether from regular wear and tear, trauma, or an injury. Foot pain is also a common symptom of numerous underlying foot conditions. Because there are so many different causes and …

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Pain Management Tips for Hip Pain

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Most Hip Pain Can Be Quite Debilitating Hip pain is one of the most common types of joint pain a person can experience. Not only is the hip joint one of the largest in the human body, but it is also a stabilizer that is integral to overall mobility and health. This ball-and-socket synovial joint supports the weight of the …

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Aging and Back Pain: Is it Unavoidable?

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There Are Ways to Prevent Back Pain From Worsening Back pain is something that most people deal with at some point during their lifetime. In fact, it is the leading cause of disability globally, accounting for 264 million missed workdays every year. Because a reported 80 percent of the population will experience back pain, it makes us wonder whether it …

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How Smoking Can Cause or Worsen Chronic Pain

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Smoking Does Not Help Relieve Pain Chronic pain is a global problem that millions of people face daily. Not only can it wreak havoc on your overall quality of life, but chronic pain has also been linked to a wide range of physical and mental conditions. Although, in some cases, pain is unavoidable, there are numerous lifestyle choices people make …

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How Pain Affects the Brain

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Pain Not Only Impacts Your Body But Also Your Mind Chronic pain affects millions of people worldwide every single year. When you are facing pain daily, it can be difficult to enjoy other aspects of your life, like your career and loved ones. With a reported 20 percent of the population living with chronic pain, it is clear millions are …

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Does Yoga Help Relieve Chronic Pain?

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Yoga Can Help Relieve Your Chronic Pain Yoga is a popular mind-body practice that has been around for more than 5,000 years (some researchers believe yoga is 10,000 years old). Although yoga has surged in popularity in Western cultures, many caught on to its incredible healing powers many years ago. Yoga isn’t all about deep breathing and pretty postures; it …