Chronic pain isn’t just painful. It’s an obstacle that can stop you from living your day-to-day life, and doing the things that you want to do. I’ve struggled with issues related to arthritis, inflammation, and chronic pain for a long time. Essential oils are tools in my pain relief toolbox that have successfully helped me to get pain relief.
Ankle pain is especially frustrating because it complicates everyday activities including walking and standing. Ankle pain even makes it difficult to wear the shoes you normally would have no problem wearing. While foot pain varies, ankle pain is actually a common type of pain and is often caused by injury.
Known castor oil benefits include castor oil for pain relief brought by inflammation. It’s been documented that castor oil has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Those who suffer from back pain suffer from one of the most brutal and irritating types of pain. Often this is a type of pain that will flare up from time to time and then go away, making it frustrating to treat.
In addition, back pain is difficult to soothe.
You can try to massage the pain on your own, but may fail because of the location.
Some medications may only be barely effective.
The following information can help you to understand, begin to manage, and start to treat your back pain.
Because I successfully use Kratom instead of opioids when my pain is especially severe, I am a strong advocate for education regarding its use in pain relief. This post will give you answers to what Kratom is, the reason it can have a bad reputation, and how to safely use Kratom for pain management.
Do you know there are numerous benefits to taking milk thistle for the liver? Anti-inflammatory medication can damage your liver, milk thistle can help to counteract the effects of medications on your liver. Here's everything to know about taking milk thistle.
Guilt often accompanies a diagnosis of chronic pain. When your life changes so drastically, and you can’t do the things you used to, it’s all too easy to become consumed by guilt and other negative feelings. We may hesitate to commit to plans, or worry that our families feel overburdened with our care.
When taking herbs for pain and inflammation, people are confused if they should take turmeric or curcumin.
Do you have chronic pain or tightness in your muscles? Do you struggle with inflammatory problems in your back, knees, or other parts of the body? It might be time to start using turmeric. Or, you might want to use curcumin. This is your turmeric vs curcumin guide.
I’m the Lady in Pain, welcome! I’m Sophie, and I have been in pain of various types and severity most of my life. I love helping others that are struggling with ways to alleviate their pain as I’ve tried almost everything myself.
My favorite things include cozy mysteries, pain free days that get me outside, and cake. I hope you’ll find something to help you from my arsenal of pain relief attempts. Many have helped me, and I hope to save you from wasting your money on those that didn’t.