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Pain Relief Guide Part.1

Part. 1

Modern pain management has evolved into a whole sub-specialty of medicine. Chronic pain is no longer considered a normal part of the aging process or something you just have to learn to live with. Instead, there are a wide array of therapies and products available to improve almost any type of chronic pain. You may be most familiar with the use of heat, ice and over-the-counter remedies, such as tylenol, ibuprofen and aspirin. Yet there are a whole host of additional therapies as well as lifestyle changes that can dramatically improve chronic pain.

Arthritis is a good example of the way a multitude of therapies can now be used to create effective pain relief. Many people seek arthritis pain relief since arthritis is such a common form of chronic pain. There are now a plethora of therapies that can provide joint pain relief, if used in combination appropriately.

We now know that arthritis with joint deterioration is a result of chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is frequently caused by a host of lifestyle choices including poor dietary habits leading to obesity, overuse of major joints such as hips and knees as well as, at least for some people, genetic tendencies to create excessive inflammation.


Good nutrition is not only important in preventing inflammation but can also fight inflammation once it occurs. An anti-inflammatory diet has a heavy emphasis on foods such as whole grains. Whole grains keep blood sugar levels normal, thus reducing the release of inflammatory molecules called cytokines when blood sugar levels spike high. Lean meats, low in saturated fats, prevent the storage of fat that releases inflammatory cytokines as well as prevents wear and tear on joints from excessive body weight. Fruits and vegetables are loaded with phytonutrients. Phytonutrients are large molecules able to fight inflammation. They are important not only in preventing the development of arthritis and joint pain but also in providing joint pain relief once arthritis does occur. Finally, fish and flaxseed oil are rich in a healthy, essential, fatty acid called omega 3. Omega 3 fatty acids provide the building blocks for your cells, including joints, lubricating them with healthy oil that enhances your body’s own anti-inflammatory processes.
If you have difficulty consuming an adequate diet of whole grains, lean meats, fruits and vegetables as well as fish and flaxseed, you may need supplements such as antioxidant vitamins, minerals, glucosamine, anti-inflammatory herbs and fish oil capsules to provide what your diet is missing. They are effective and safe if used in conjunction with your physician’s advice.
In addition to good nutrition, exercise is important to provide effective joint pain relief. Exercise should always be done with the least amount of pressure on sensitive joints. Many arthritis sufferers find water exercises to be effective, fun and comfortable. Water cushions the joints and provides both aerobic and weight-resistance exercises without stressing tender joints. Sometimes, health insurance plans cover these as physical therapy expenses. Check with your physician or insurance carrier for exact details.

Stress management is important in controlling chronic arthritis pain as well. By developing habits and routines that minimize your body’s level of stress hormones (cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenalin), you will also minimize your body’s production of inflammatory molecules, again providing arthritis pain relief.


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