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Chronic pain is a distressing experience and can be difficult to ignore and get on with “life as normal.” This article will look at the steps that you can take in your day-to-day life to manage your chronic pain.
Pain is your body's way of telling you that something is wrong. But pain that lasts for weeks, months, or years is not typical.
Close your eyes and take a deep breath. Let it out slowly. Feel better?
It is common to feel sad or discouraged after a heart attack, a cancer diagnosis, or if you are trying to manage a chronic condition like pain. You may be facing new limits on what you can do and feel anxious about treatment outcomes and the future
Between health concerns, financial strain and social distancing, we are all under stress with the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Disruption to routine of any kinds makes it harder to stick to healthy habits, and all the more so in the case of the coronavirus outbreak.
The best way to deal with back pain is to stay active and continue doing regular exercise.
A good technique to relax your entire body is to alternately tense and relax each of the major muscle groups in your body, as you breathe deeply and fully.
Despite the fact that each of us may experience tension slightly differently, anyone can learn to release that tension. All it takes is knowing how to relax, practicing relaxation techniques, and choosing a technique that works best for you.
Use this meditation to work with difficult emotions, such as fear or body sensations, such as pain.
When a headache strikes you can do more than just crawl into bed and wait for it to go away
Everything we experience in life passes through one filter - our mind.
Never tried a massage? You may be missing out on more benefits than you realized.
Improve your parasympathetic tone and help your body deal with stress better.