I can’t speak for your pain, but my personal experiences with chronic pain have driven me to various avenues for relief. Around the new millennium, I was involved in a sporting accident and tore my rotator cuff. Since that fateful day I’ve had restricted range of motion and a numbing, burning pain that lasts throughout the day and night. Needless to say, typing this is a bit of an ordeal for me, but I’d like to share my research on the topic of chronic pain. I also believe I’ve found the solution to not only my shoulder pain, but various other forms of chronic pain, including lower back pain. So, is there relief on the horizon? I firmly believe so.
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According to the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) 40% of Americans feel that some form of continual pain is merely a part of aging, and that half of Americans believe pain to be “part of life”. Medication is not fully trusted, since 30% say that the fear of addiction is greater than the fear of continued pain – and twice as many wouldn’t communicate the pain to a medical professional. Amazingly, one out of every three Americans experiences chronic neck pain, with many deciding not to take a course of action.
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I can’t say I’m immune to the general aches and pains of life. No, I’m not the victim of a workplace injury or other life changing circumstances. I’m actually just an everyday guy and it’s that lifestyle that’s becoming harder for many people. Physical pain can become chronic over time and eventually leads to “permanent” issues.
For a long time, lower back pain was accepted as a norm and untreatable. That is all about to change as I’ve researched the topic thoroughly and can recommend the best solution for treating lower back pain. What is it? Let’s find out.
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Pain is inevitable in life. It can be caused by a lot of different things – it could be aging, injury, illness, stress, or depression among others. Fortunately, it does not have to control you or anyone. You can always choose to be proactive and manage your pain naturally by dealing with it in a positive light using the following relievers.
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