Chronic Pain

Do you suffer from chronic pain?

You are not alone. Millions of people suffer from painful conditions. 

If you are one of these unfortunate people you are probably well aware that the answer to your pain problems can be almost impossible to find. I have spent years researching natural solutions to pain and I believe there is no better way to safely and effectively relieve both acute and chronic inflammation and pain than by the use of curcumin, boswellia, DL-phenylalanine, and nattokinase. via: Acute and Chronic Pain.

Information and pain go hand in hand. 

Inflammation is the beginning of all pain. It is triggered by damage to your body. Typically, when we think of inflammation we think of heat, redness, swelling, and pain. Pain is our warning signal that something is in need of repair. Inflammation and pain are normal and necessary when we have an injury, such as a sprained ankle. Chronic inflammation that lasts and lasts, however, is not normal and is, in fact, a disease. This type of inflammation is at the root of almost all serious illnesses, including cancer, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and painful conditions such as arthritis. via: Acute and Chronic Pain.

So how do you get rid of inflammation?

Curcumin is a compound from the herb turmeric (Curcuma longa). It is extremely effective in relieving inflammation, which, along with oxidation, is the cause of all chronic disease, including cancer. via: Acute and Chronic Pain.

Here are 11 ways you’re inadvertently creating inflammation:

  • You’re not drinking enough water.
  • You’re eating the wrong types of grains.
  • You’re drinking diet soda.
  • You’re eating processed foods.
  • You’re regularly eating sugar.
  • You’re missing cultured foods.
  • You’re not getting enough leafy greens.
  • You’re using the wrong type of cooking oils.
  • You’re not exercising.
  • You’re carrying excessive weight. via: 11 Ways You’ve Inadvertently Causing Inflammation

So fight your inflammation in order to improve your chronic pain.

 


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