This blog is a continuation of our series exploring alternative ways to manage chronic pain without drugs. Often times we might think that pain is unmanageable when low and behold, our own bodies hold an untapped potential for natural pain management. We simply need to learn how to tap into it.
Researchers have discovered correlations between blood types and their potentially similar responses and susceptibilities to various conditions. This two-part blog series explores some of these similarities and what the possible connection between health and blood type could mean for pain resppnse.
Fibromyalgia is a common clinically recognized pain condition that affects an estimated 10 million Americans. Yet, it remains somewhat of a mystery to physicians and researchers due to what appears to be a multitude of contributing factors.
Millions of people suffer each year from inflammation in one form or another. The causes of inflammation are vast and sometimes can be difficult to pinpoint. Whether it stems from injury, disease or other internal/ external factors, the effects of inflammation can have resounding consequences on how individuals live.