PAIN RELIEF NATURALLY

Understanding Natural Healing

Should I Keep My Sore Joints Moving or Keep It Still?

Steve Picha

Should I Keep My Sore Joints Moving or Keep It Still?

You have just sustained an injury, and it hurts, what do I do?

You've injured your back, or maybe your joints are stiff and painful from a hard day's work. What's next? The common cure-all for injuries is to rest and avoid using the affected muscles or joints as much as possible. However, some argue that resting does more harm than good; some say that lightly using your injured limb is the best way to restore it to full working order. When it comes to muscle and joint pain, what's the best thing to do? Or better yet, what's the best thing not to do? To answer this question, let's take a look at the science behind injuries and the body's natural healing process.


How to Power Through a Sports Injury

Steve Picha

How to Power Through a Sports Injury
n the world of fitness and sports, it's natural to hear phrases such as, "Pain is weakness leaving the body." It's natural to feel some muscle soreness when you're starting a workout routine or learning to play a new sport for the first time. However, if you overwork yourself, you could end up causing yourself unnecessary inflammatory pain.

What do I do when my feet hurt enough to slow me down?

Steve Picha

What do I do when my feet hurt enough to slow me down?
Anyone that has worked on concrete floors already knows that familiar feeling-- sore feet, aching legs, and that killer back pain.

How To Prevent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome At Work

Steve Picha

How To Prevent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome At Work
Unfortunately, carpal tunnel syndrome risks are all too common in modern workplaces. Carpal tunnel syndrome is something that we all need to be aware of if we regularly use a computer or are at risk of repetitive strain injury. 

What is the best way to deal with bursitis?

Steve Picha

What is the best way to deal with bursitis?

What is Bursitis? Bursitis is an excruciatingly painful condition that causes your joints to swell and become tender. This happens when the small fluid-filled cavities or sacs called bursae located near the bony joint become swollen and inflamed. The fluid from bursae curtails the friction caused by muscles and tendons when they move against the skin and bones and facilitate movement. The human body has over 160 bursae and they are mainly located next to the tendons near the large joints like shoulders, elbows, and hips. Their main function is to cushion and lubricate muscles, tendons, and bones near the...

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