Weekly newsletter of Loz - Issue #26

#26・
Weekly newsletter of Loz
2

subscribers

27

issues

Subscribe to our newsletter

By subscribing, you agree with Revue’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and understand that Weekly newsletter of Loz will receive your email address.

Weekly newsletter of Loz
Weekly newsletter of Loz
I was working in the office last week looking up Pain Relief Approaches and I penned this post. What do you think about it?
One way to understand persistent pain is to think about a very sensitive car alarm. Car alarms are good when someone is trying to break into your car. The lights flash, the siren blares out and it grabs your attention instantly to tell you the car is at threat of a break-in. It’s not enough to know about the best natural pain remedies. You need to know how to use them to get great results in your body. The reality is that nothing works well if it is not used in sufficient doses, with great enough frequency, for a long enough period. Persistent pain can be triggered by an an injury some months or years ago. Often this injury has healed but the pain can continue. Other medical conditions can also result in persistent pain, for example osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. A good coach will help you understand your pain better and to identify the things that make your pain worse and things that make it better. A great coach, with training in pain science (you can ask your physio, OT, doctor or nurse if they have this), will teach you how to plan your recovery, one week at a time, and encourage you to persevere and ‘train smart’. The truth is that the body is a barometer of the mind, and it reflects what is going on in the mind every minute of every day. Once you are aware of this connection, you will see the signs in yourself and your family and friends on a regular basis. Prolozone Therapy involves the injection of ozone in and around ligaments where they attach to the bone. The injected ozone increases blood supply and flow of healing nutrients. It also stimulates deposition and activity of cells called fibroblasts and chondroblasts.
Sprain, strains and tears can generally be prevented by adequately warming up and stretching prior to rigorous activity, wearing protective equipment, wearing proper fitting shoes that provide stability and building and maintaining muscle and joint strength by exercising regularly. The way we are thinking and feeling can affect the pain we are experiencing. If we are thinking in a very negative way, we might feel low, anxious or angry. If we are tense, stressed or worried, the pain we experience will probably be worse. Along with the pain symptoms, these feelings might mean we are even less able to do things we enjoy or feel good about. Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a non-invasive treatment that may reduce pain. TENS is believed to interrupt the pain signals sent to the brain. It may also work by promoting the release of endorphins, which are the body’s natural painkillers. TENS may help treat headaches, muscle aches or pains or nerve pain. Pain occurs when something hurts, causing an uncomfortable or unpleasant feeling. The presence of pain often means that something is wrong. The best judge of your pain is you. Living with pain isn’t always necessary when treatments such as Prolotherapy are available.
What Causes The Pain?
If we hang onto pain symptoms, we may obtain sympathy or attention, or we may feel that we are very strong or a martyr. These are very common human reactions to life situations and to chronic symptoms. The pain we experience reflects how concerned our body’s natural alarm system (our nervous system) is about a particular movement or body part for example. Medicines, physical treatments, psychological support, injections and other interventions may help to manage pain. However, they will not be the whole answer. Rather than understanding pain as purely physical or psychological, it is often more useful to recognise symptoms as being both physical and psychological. An alternative therapy is generally used instead of conventional medical treatment. Pain is invisible and so is hard for others to understand. Build supportive relationships with family, friends, and medical experts. Therapy for acute pain treats the cause of the pain. However, it can be tricky to diagnose because the symptoms can be start and stop without warning. The pain does not last all day and night, and can produce symptoms that last a few days, a few seconds, or even just a few seconds. Doing too much or too little can increase pain. Daily planning with a balance of daily tasks, recreation and other responsibilities can help with structure and routine. Taking breaks before the pain level is too high can decrease the frustration that may happen with a pain flare. Many pain clinics offer a multidisciplinary approach to chronic pain treatment. It is very important to discover what sort of pain you are suffering from, because this may affect the type of treatment you need. Pain begins when neural pathways from the brain to the body are stimulated or fired. Over time, these pathways can become wired into the brain’s circuitry. A common problem with chronic pain is that if you have chronic pain, you often start using your body in different ways to try to lessen your pain. If this is happening to you and you recognize the changes, you are on the right track. The subconscious mind causes most of us to have mild physical and psychological symptoms on a regular basis, and it can cause some of us to have chronic and serious pain and debilitating symptoms. There are a number of different ways to conceptualize pain and subsequently people who experience and report pain. Uncover further intel about Pain Relief Approaches at this Wikipedia link.

Did you enjoy this issue? Yes No
Weekly newsletter of Loz
Weekly newsletter of Loz

Weekly newsletter of Loz

In order to unsubscribe, click here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Created with Revue by Twitter.