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Steps To Managing Chronic Pain

Most of us will unfortunately experience some degree of pain in our lives. If I had one wish, it would be that nobody would suffer from the agony of chronic pain. Indeed, many of us will in our lifetime, and still many of us will feel lost and alone in a world that doesn’t understand this unexplainable pain. Although there are many types of chronic pain, it is often true with any kind of chronic pain, that a multidisciplinary approach is necessary. A combination of patient education, medicat........ Read More

Using Exercises To Relieve Chronic Back Pain Is Effective

Exercises to relieve chronic back pain can be effective for those with back pain. Chronic back pain can persist for many, for a long time. There could be several reasons for the pain and this type of pain can affect different people in different ways. If you have chronic back pain it is very important that you check with your doctor before you start a new exercise program. Using exercises to relieve chronic back pain can be helpful,however only if they are not done properly. If not done c........ Read More

Learning To Live With Chronic Pain

Some people may have been nursing a broken spine for a long period of time and not even know about it. That back pain may have been due to a fall during any sports activity such as basketball, skiing, horse-back riding or a football game wherein you've been misdiagnosed with only a broken right arm. However, after the injured arm heals, there seems to have developed an intense back pain that made regular activities such as sleeping and moving around too difficult to do. The pain goes on and w........ Read More

Pelvic Pain: The Secret Chronic Pain Condition

Pelvic pain is a widespread chronic pain condition that affects the lives of men and women all across the world. But most people don't realize how big the problem is because those who suffer don't talk about it. Why? Would you talk about your pain if it involved rectal pain or vaginal/penis pain to your pals? My guess is no. You would keep it a secret and just try to "brush it under the rug" so to speak. There are so many people that suffer and just accept their pain which is sad. But cha........ Read More

Dealing With Chronic Pain Conditions :: A Simple Guide

Anyone that suffers with a chronic pain condition knows that it not only affects the body, but also the mind. Its effect on a sufferers mind can almost be worse than the pain itself. Chronic pain becomes chronic when pain does not go away after the normal healing time allowed. This usually is around 6 months. Acute pain is the direct result of an injury or disease. Acute pain heals, chronic pain stays. It is estimated that nearly 30% of the population suffers with chronic pain. The pain ca........ Read More

Don't Needlessly Suffer From Chronic Pain

As a chronic pain sufferer myself, being diagnosed with a herniated disc in my lower back, along with bone disc degenerative disease, I have learned a lot about how chronic pain is treated, or I should say undertreated. It's a sad fact for a variety of reasons, that chronic pain goes grossly undertreated. Too many americans are needlessly suffering in pain. After years and years of of my pain going undertreated, I have learned a few things that I would like to share. First of all, theres a st........ Read More

Chronic Pain And A New Paradigm

We often associate chronic pain with the back, but chronic pain can also be a daily reality for people dealing with diabetes, glaucoma, arthritis, Fibromyalgia, cancer and many other disease processes. For many, the primary choices for dealing with chronic pain appear to be either narcotic drugs or sheer will power. For others, changes in lifestyle including an improved diet, and appropriate nutritional supplementation, have brought not only the benefit of reduced pain but also improvements in q........ Read More

New Technology For Chronic Pain Relief

When we experience pain in any part of our bodies, it is usually an indication that something is wrong. The intensity of pain can range from mild and occasional to severe and constant. A sudden and sharp pain is called acute pain. It may either be mild that lasts for a short while, or may be severe that lasts for weeks or even months. Acute pain usually disappears as soon as the underlying cause of pain is treated or healed. However, when acute pain persists, it may lead to chronic pain. Even wh........ Read More

Fibromyalgia : Widespread Chronic Muscle Pain

When every muscle in your body seem to be shouting out in pain, with some tender areas that are unusually painful when touched, and you somehow feel tired as if devoid of all energy, and don't get enough sleep, you may be experiencing symptoms of Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a medical condition characterized by widespread chronic pain in your muscles, ligaments and tendons, as well as fatigue and multiple tender points. Tender points are parts on your body where even a slight pressure may c........ Read More

Exercising Your Way Out Of Chronic Pain

A lot of people think that dealing with chronic pain requires a lot of expensive medication and frequent visits to pain specialists. It doesn’t have to be that way, because something as simple as exercising may help alleviate your chronic pain complaints. Generally speaking, chronic pain is pain that lasts for three months or longer. The most commonly reported cases of chronic pain are that of the back and the neck muscles. The neck is important in keeping the head in place and holding........ Read More

Once Upon A Time I Lived In Chronic Pain

Being a chronic pain sufferer myself, I can tell you first hand that chronic pain sufferers are tremendously discriminated against. Being one of millions of Americans who suffer from chronic pain on a daily basis, I can also also testify that chronic pain goes grossly under-treated and millions of Americans suffer needlessly in pain everyday. With today's medicine, and the resources that we are privileged to have in this country, not a single person should ever suffer out of neglect from chronic........ Read More

The Agony Matrix: Chronic Pain Syndrome

Sometimes, chronic pain is the sign of a bigger problem inside the body. It can be caused by damage to any number of areas of the body. One common example is the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) which is frequently damaged by participants in contact sports. Chronic pain can may also occur if a broken bone has healed but has not healed properly. For the elderly, things like arthritis can be a source of chronic pain. However, these examples all have a physical cause in common. There are rare cases........ Read More

Living With Chronic Low Back Pain

They tell me my diagnosis is pretty common, that millions of Americans suffer with low back pain. I've also heard that next to the common cold, missing work from low back pain is the biggest reason. With these two major known facts, I then wondered why getting the correct treatment for low back pain is so difficult. After being diagnosed with a herniated disc and bone disc degenerative disease, I was immediately scheduled to see a surgeon. The surgeon suggested I have back surgery. To make a lo........ Read More

The Chronic Pain Of Multiple Sclerosis

Most people with multiple sclerosis experience some sort of chronic pain. Where acute pain is sharp and short lived, chronic pain is with the person most of the time. Sometimes it can vary in intensity and even location, but chronic pain is always with you. There are many things that can cause chronic pain for a person with multiple sclerosis. Nerve damage can cause burning, tingling, and the sensation of pins and needles. This phenomenon is called chronic dysesthesias. Typically, t........ Read More

The Truth About Fibromyalgia And Chronic Pain Syndrome

Fibromyalgia syndrome is more common than people think. As many as 3 million to 6 million people, mostly women, suffer from fibromyalgia pain. Though it gets a bad rap as a mystery condition that people seem to "make up," its symptoms are very real, very painful, and very hard to treat and diagnose. Fibromyalgia symptoms include muscle pain spread across the body, tiredness or extreme fatigue, and what are called "tender points," which can be in many spots at the same time around the body. And ........ Read More


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