Eliminate Pain- 6 Natural Remedies and their benefits

Eliminate Pain- 6 Natural Remedies and their benefits

Natural Pain Management Refers To The Use Of Natural Remedies And Techniques To Manage And Relieve Pain.

Did you know…Over 50 million people currently suffer from chronic pain. (About 20% of the population according to most recent data from www.cdc.gov). The scary part about these staggering numbers is they are not going down which could suggest that not only are more people in pain, those who are aren’t finding relief.

Since the beginning of written history natural approaches have often been used to address, manage and treat pains and diseases of the body. These technologies are still being used today in conjunction with medications and other medical treatments.

So, what are the potential benefits, how do there compare to modern medicine and how can you begin the process of eliminating pain safely and natural? Let’s get into it. These natural tools can be used to treat a wide range of conditions including, indigestion, headaches, back pain, arthritis, and fibromyalgia. It is important to remember that natural pain management approaches may not work for everyone and should be used wisely and responsibly, always be sure to consult with your trusted healthcare provider. When asking yourself if a natural remedy is right for you consider what your current access to medical care is, your health history, and ultimate healthiest potential. That is the potential ability of your body to create and maintain balance thus eliminating dis-eases. Keep notes on your flair ups and looking for patterns in your pain, sleep and nutrition this can help you and your health care provider determine the next steps to take.

They’re are many potential benefits to using natural pain management techniques which e get in in the next section of this article but first, here are the best ways to naturally manage your pain:

Exercise Engaging in regular physical activity can help to reduce pain and improve overall health by improving circulation throughout the body, reducing inflammation, and releasing healthy hormones like dopamine. Any movement that your body can tolerate is good some days this is a walk and gentle stretch other days a game of your favorite sport.

Heat and cold therapy Applying heat or cold to the affected area can help to reduce inflammation and numb pain. Chrio-therapy can be a great tool for recovery after an intense bought of exercise while red light therapy used heat to break up old scar tissue. Try soaking in a hot bath with epsom salts and essential oils to release achy muscles and joints.

Massage Massage can help to relax the muscles and improve circulation specialists can work on removing scare tissue and improving a person’s flexibility as well.

Acupuncture This ancient Chinese practice involves the insertion of thin needles into specific points on the body to relieve pain and promote healing. Acupuncture is an energy healing modality that works with a person’s chi to restore balance and healing.

Relaxation techniques Techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, yoga nidra and reiki can help to reduce stress and tension, which can contribute to pain. You can find many great resources on youtube or check out our virtual studio to dive into your practice.

Herbal remedies Some herbs, such as turmeric, ginger or ashwanga can reduce inflammation, improve digestion or aid in sleeping more restfully. You may already use some of these therapies or have thought about adding them in to your current self-care routines. But if you’re still wondering what all the hype is about consider the additional benefits of looking for the natural ways to manage your pain. For example, natural remedies can provide relief without the risk of negative side effects associated with other over-the-counter or prescription medications. These tools are often derivative from plants, and use non-invasive or preventative approaches making them less expensive, more accessible and easy to integrate.

These approaches be used in conjunction with pain medication to potentially reduce the dosage or frequency needed thus lowering the risk of potential side effects. It is by aligning with nature that we unlock the potential of our on body for health and healing. This empowers you the individual to take part in your care and recovery.

Ayurveda is natures oldest medicine, and is what I use to support my clients, in working together we address the root cause of dis-regulation (and chronic pain), rather than masking the symptoms. There can be so many factors so nothing is overlooked, issues like sluggish digestion, dysfunction and nervous system exhaustion.

Although managing your pain can feel impossible at times, these natural remedies are available and safe to try and have additional health benefits beyond pain relief, such as reducing inflammation or improving sleep..

If you are tired of endless trips to the doctors and unanswered questions consider meeting with me, my name is Myckie I am a yoga therapist who specializes in natural remedies to fit your lifestyle. Book a Breakthrough Call with integrative Life Coach Myckie.

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