Did you know negative words associated with physical pain have the power to create tension in the body intensifying our pain perception?
Winter can be a challenging season for seniors dealing with pain and discomfort, but it’s also an opportunity to make positive changes in your diet to manage these issues. Think about what you can improve in your diet, whether that’s what you’re eating or not eating, and also consider how you are helping your body in other ways.
As we age, it’s natural to feel drained and less vibrant than we did in our youth. No one escapes the ravages of time. There are, however, approaches to getting older that leave us looking better and living joyfully. The following suggestions from Pain UK CIO will help you experience your golden years with maximum grace and bliss.
When planning for your summer holiday and managing pain, prioritising comfort is essential. Be sure to pack your prescribed medical supplies, consider the accessibility of your accommodation, choose comfortable clothing and footwear, plan for rest and recovery, and ensure you have travel insurance and necessary documentation.
Arthritis is a common condition that causes pain and swelling in the joints. It can affect people of all ages and can make everyday activities difficult. Fortunately, we have plenty of enjoyable crafting ideas for those with arthritis.
Winter Joint Pain: Why Does it Increase During Colder Months? If you suffer from arthritis or other joint/bone conditions, you’re not alone…
Living with a painful condition can be difficult. Not only do you have to cope with the pain itself, but you may also have to deal with doctors who don’t seem to understand your condition, insurance companies that are trying to deny your claims, and a system that seems designed to make it hard for you to get the care you need.
Who is referred to psychology? The people I see in my clinical role in pain psychology have usually lived with chronic pain for some years. Most, although not all, have been using medications prescribed for their pain. They’ve usually tried other medical options including injections or surgery. Yet, they still live with chronic pain which is affecting almost every aspect …
It is estimated that 38% of adults in the UK are living with pain. Whether it is arthritis, fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease, or one of the many other conditions that can cause it, living with pain is a massive issue around the world. Ongoing pain can be debilitating and massively affect the quality of life and day-to-day living, even with the normal support that is available. When the coronavirus pandemic struck, life suddenly became even more challenging for many people living with pain.
By Becky B Lockdown is not a new phenomenon for those who live with chronic pain. Living with chronic pain means you live your life in various forms and degrees of lockdown – both in normal times and during a pandemic. Pain prevents you from doing the things you love to do, going to the places where you want to …
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