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Chronic Pain – How to Live With it

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

Chronic pain affects a large proportion of the population - estimates say as many as one in five - and can make life unbearable; there are, however, certain treatments that one can undergo, and lifestyle routines that can be adopted, that can successfully hep the sufferer to handle the ongoing problem that is chronic pain.

The causes of chronic pain are many, and the most common are the many forms of arthritis. This occurs when the smooth covering that coats the joints, the elbow, knees and so on, becomes damaged or begins to degenerate. When this happens, for one of many reasons, the bones no longer move without friction and the sufferer experiences pain and loss of mobility as a result.

There is no certain cure for arthritis or other forms of chronic pain, but there are some treatments on the market that go a long way towards alleviating the suffering and restoring mobility. Among these are treatments that help to lubricate the joints and restore some of the lost motion, and they can be very successful indeed.

Given that chronic pain has no cure the aim of such treatments is to help the sufferer live as normal a life as possible; pain management is instrumental in doing so, and hence anti-inflammatory drugs are often prescribed. Many patients prefer not to venture down this route, however, and look to the many natural remedies that are also proven to be successful in helping relieve symptoms of chronic pain.

Furthermore, exercise is known to be a great help in coping with chronic pain. This may seem strange given that it is the movement of the joints that causes the pain in the first place, but when one considers that joints are designed specifically with movement in mind it becomes more understandable. If a joint, or a muscle, is underused it will - naturally - become less usable; a well planned exercise regime - sit ups, leg raises, and many more - can help greatly in keeping the fluids that enable the movement of the joints flowing.

Walking and swimming, and cycling as well, are also good joint manipulations, and when carried out regularly but without over-exertion can be a useful part of any exercise regime.

In addition, diet can have an effect in helping to alleviate chronic pain, and working with a dietician to discover which foods are helpful in this area can bring a better standard of living and, of course, other health benefits.

Living with chronic pain, whether induced by arthritis or otherwise, is never satisfactory but the above tips, and further investigating the newer products that are designed to help the condition, can go a long way towards making life more bearable for the millions of sufferers who wake each day knowing they have to suffer. With careful planning, sufficient exercise and the right treatments, chronic pain can become less of an everyday chore.

Yours Truly,

Joseph Marquardt
President, Q-Based Healthcare TM
The Makers of TriReliefTM Cream
Toll Free 1.866.314.8917

Soothing Everyday Pain

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

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Chronic Pain and What to Do About It

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

Estimates state that twenty percent of the population will, at some point in their life, suffer from chronic pain. The chances are it will come about as a result of some form of arthritis; this is a disease of the bones that causes the joints to degrade, and impacts upon movement, as well as causing pain. There are no known cures for arthritis, but there are ways in which the sufferer can make life more bearable.

As we know there is no cure there comes a point when visiting a doctor for treatment becomes pointless; he or she will most likely prescribe pain killers, or anti-inflammatory drugs, and while these may go some way to alleviating the pain they do not help with mobility at all. They can also, in some cases, come with undesirable side affects, meaning many patients prefer to look for alternative treatments.

Some of these can be very effective, in particular those that help to lubricate the damaged joints; the purpose of this is to enable a return to frictionless motion, that which was once provided by the make up of the healthy bone. These treatments have no side effects and also act in other ways, bringing relief and aid to the sufferer of chronic pain.

A search for advice on the internet will bring up a method of treatment that surprises many - that of exercise; it may seem like something of a paradox but the truth is keeping joints moving and active is vital to alleviating chronic pain. Joints, and muscles that can also be sources of such pain, are designed to move and when they stay idle for too long they begin to degenerate naturally.

It is highly recommended that a sufferer exercise lightly in the morning, and this can involve something as simple as leg lifts - these can even be done in bed - and other basic joint movement routines that help the blood flow and keep the joints fed with the nutrients they need.

Furthermore, the diet can play a big part in helping the chronic pain sufferer to live a normal life. The joints need a regular intake of certain vitamins and, while these can be obtained from supplements, it is recommended that one concentrates on eating the right foods for the right vitamins.

Particularly recommended for chronic pain and arthritis sufferers is an intake of oily fish, a substance that is know to help lubricate the bones. A dietician will help the sufferer to find the right balanced diet, and to keep the body at the correct weight as excess body weight can be detrimental in sufferers of chronic pain.

With attention to detail and guidelines it is entirely possible for a sufferer of chronic pain to live as full a life as normal, and most of the above advice will be helpful to the patient; these are, however, just a few useful tips and expert help should be sought, especially in cases of severity.

Yours Truly,

Joseph Marquardt
President, Q-Based Healthcare TM
The Makers of TriReliefTM Cream
Toll Free 1.866.314.8917