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Nighttime back pain

Do this to Sleep Comfortably in Any Position When You Have Nightime Back Pain

July 20, 2016   Dmitry Bespalov   No Comments

Sleep makes us relax and comfortable. Sadly, this is not the case with people with chronic back pain. Sleep makes you uncomfortable. When you sleep, there is no movement in the joints and this worsens your back. During night your brain doesn’t sends extra blood to the pain area since there is no movement. You…

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Find your primal posture and sit without back pain

July 20, 2016   Dmitry Bespalov   No Comments

Bad posture is one of the main causes of stress on your spine. When you sit on your office chair for long hours without movement, it increases the stress on your spine disc. This leads to back pain. It’s human nature to slouch over or slouch down when you sit for longer hours. Hence, you need…

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Massage your feet

Massage your feet to alleviate back pain

July 19, 2016   Dmitry Bespalov   No Comments

Cure joy recommends massaging your feet to alleviate back pain. Either you suffer with chronic back pain or occasional back pain, massaging the pressure point on your feet helps. Treat lower back pain by applying pressure to the reflexes on the soles of your feet, the entire area around your heel and around your ankle,…

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chronic pain

Do you suffer with Chronic lower back pain? These 15 words mean totally different to you.

July 19, 2016   Dmitry Bespalov   No Comments

Many Chronic lower back pain suffers feel sad and discouraged. Since, chronic pain is characterized with the stimulation of brain hormone, they have low energy and mood disorder. BuzzFeed has collected 15 words that mean totally different to chronic pain suffer. 1. Advil 2. Spoon 3. Sick day 4. Tired 5. Friends 6. Socializing 7….

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Lumbar

Lumbar Stabilization Exercise is the key to prevent chronic back pain

July 18, 2016   Dmitry Bespalov   No Comments

Quiet corner recommends lumbar stabilization exercise to prevent chronic low back pain.  Strengthening and secure your spine is essential to prevent damaging of your back muscles. If you think, doing sit-ups and crunches everyday is enough to strengthen your back, I’m afraid, it’s not enough. The stabilizing or core muscles include the abdominal, back, and…

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Medical experts: Opioid addiction is ‘biggest epidemic’ ever

July 18, 2016   Dmitry Bespalov   No Comments

This is a news from KCCI Desmones about Opioids addiction. In the past 15 years, 650,000 Americans have died from painkiller overdoses, prompting medical experts to call the addiction to prescription pills the “biggest epidemic” in history. Karen Purscell shares on her Opioids addiction for the past 13 years. “I feel like there needs to be…

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Pfizer agrees to truth in opioid marketing

Pfizer agrees to truth in opioid marketing

July 15, 2016   Dmitry Bespalov   No Comments

The Obama administration has taken action against over dosing unintended usage of pain medications such as Oxycontin and other opioids drugs. According to the news from washingtonpost: This year, the federal government has redoubled its efforts to address the crisis. The CDC released new guidelines that call on doctors to sharply curtail the use of…

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What are the best exercises for lower back pain?

What are the best exercises for lower back pain?

July 15, 2016   Dmitry Bespalov   No Comments

Patients suffering from back pain often ask chiropractors, “What are the best exercises for lower back pain?” Here are the five exercises they suggest: 1. Back extensions 2. Abdominal contractions 3. Bridge pose 4. Lower back rotation 5. Exercise ball Keep practicing these exercises. Also, include swimming and yoga on your daily routine. For more…

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Opiods addiction

How Opioids addiction is Killing Women Over 50?

July 14, 2016   Dmitry Bespalov   No Comments

Did you know certain drugs such as Fentanyl, Oxycodine etc are identical to taking heroin? Isn’t shocking? The bad truth is everyday millions of Americans are over dosing these drugs to relieve from chronic pain. Here is an article from The Huffington Post thoroughly explains the effects of abusing the pain medications. It says as follows:…

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Kettleball swing exercise to strengthen your back

How the Kettlebell Swing Can Strengthen and Protect Your Back?

July 14, 2016   MDcure   No Comments

One of the best ways to live without back pain is to strengthen your back muscle. There are several exercises suggested to strengthen the back muscles. However, a British study recommends Kettlebell exercise. Kettlebell swing exercise directly acts on your lumbar extensors, which is the key back muscle. The exercise also has other benefits stated…

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