That dull persistent ache is back again. Your range of motion is decreasing and physical activity leaves your joints feeling swollen and painful. If this sounds like you, you may be one of the 350 million people worldwide dealing with the affliction of arthritis. Unfortunately, there is no cure for arthritis, but there are ways to manage the pain. If you’re someone who dislikes the idea of daily pain pills or invasive surgeries to find relief, hot water therapy may be the best alternative for you.
Stress can have real physical impacts on the body. Whether this be from your kids, workload, over committing yourself, or just waiting in heavy traffic; stress is unavoidable. Below are 5 tips that will help you stay positive, relax, and relieve some of your stress.
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Many of us spend our mornings and afternoons under fluorescent lights, staring into a screen and if we’re lucky, we have a seat by a window. We get home and continue to gaze into the glow of our TV and phone screens— it doesn’t seem to end.
Hot water therapy has stood the test of time and a recent study shows that after thousands of years it’s still the best way to treat lower back pain. Back pain is something almost all people experience at some point in their lives. Worldwide, back pain is the leading cause of disability, keeping many people home from work and engaging in everyday activities.
Back pain is all-encompassing. When your back hurts, EVERYTHING hurts. Even minor movements can be challenging and painful. It can even hurt to breathe...which is somewhat problematic as not breathing is not optional, right? Ouch! So, is there any natural relief for back pain?