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_. Massage - Massage gently tight range. Massage helps relieve pain
Exerts pressure on the nerve endings to release endorphins, enkephalins, and -
deadly natural body pain, blood circulation, improve muscle stretch
and reducing the levels of the stress hormone.
_. relaxation and distraction pictures - focus on the rhythm of breathing;
Imagine yourself in a quiet rest; Read a book; a movie; hear
relaxing music; meditate; Yoga do; Garden; go for a walk in a scenic location. stress is
can the major cause of pain and relax or distract stress
leave and with his pain.
_. Heat and cold - heat and cold therapy helps temporarily relieve pain. apply
Heat - preferably with heating pad on moist heat, warm towels and washcloths. a warm
Shower can be very therapeutic. Cold cold compresses can be applied, ice
Cubes in a plastic bag and a towel or cold compresses. Do not use heat or cold for more
15 minutes at a time. Always protect your skin by placing
Cloth or towel to the hot or cold compress.
_. Exercises and Positions try stretching exercises to do. For arthritis pain
Hands and fingers, try gently to get their hands on the handle until
possible and then release. You can also try to rotate an arm in a full circle, then the other arm.
This exercise helps the leg to relieve pain! Some yoga poses help to relieve pain -
go to a professional trained to help. lying down with the legs and feet on a chair also help on the ground the pain, it is known to alleviate.
_. Supplements Herbal - Try vitamins such as vitamin E and vitamin B use,
It is an effective analgesic. Use ginger in your meal. It is an antioxidant and
inflammatory. Boswellia / Shallaki is a well known Ayurvedic herb that has proved
anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic and anti-atherosclerotic advantages. Rumalaya Rumalaya Gel Forte are Ayurvedic recipes boswellia, guggul and other herbs contain and effectively relieve pain caused by various diseases such as arthritis, osteoarthritis, back pain, frozen shoulder and other joint conditions...
Coping with and Overcoming Pain
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