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Tips for Chronic Pain Relief

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A lot of people suffer from chronic pain and sometimes it seems easier to give up than to fight through hard times. I can relate to that notion as I suffer from chronic pain in my joints and muscles as well as sporadic flares in other parts of my body.
It can be difficult to get in the mindset that there is hope when you have suffered from chronic pain for so long but luckily there really is something you can do about it.
Ever since I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis I have made an effort to fight the chronic pain in every way I could and after finding what works for me I am happy to share my tips with you.

Be More Active- Get outside and breath in some fresh air, take a walk or even if you are feeling really motivated go for a hike or jog. It may be hard in the beginning but the exercise will loosen up your body and allow you to move around more freely overtime.

Eat Less Inflammatory Foods- You know how the saying goes, you are what you eat, well you may not turn into a banana when you eat one but the foods you eat can either have a negative or positive effect on your body. Try avoiding inflammatory foods like anything fried, sugary, or high in saturated fats. These foods can cause your chronic pain to flair up so it is best to replace them with anti-inflammatory foods like nuts, fruits, and green leafy vegetables.

Get Enough Sleep- Getting enough sleep when you suffer from chronic pain can be hard but not getting enough sleep can have a poor effect on your entire body. Lack of sleep has been linked to C-reactive protein levels increasing which is a stable marker of inflammation. If you are struggling to get good sleep at night try taking naps mid-day to increase your overall energy and take the pressure off at night when trying to fall asleep.

Prefect Your Posture- My grandmother always told me to stop slouching and to stand up straight but I never realized the importance on my overall health until I began suffering from chronic pain. The strain bad posture causes your body only makes chronic pain more intense. If you spend a lot of time sitting throughout the day make sure you are getting plenty of back support from your chair. When standing make a conscious effort to adjust your stance when you feel your body begin to slouch. Use a wall if possible to line up your spine in the right place.

Staying Hydrated- There are man reasons to drink plenty of water and one more is to fight off chronic pain. Staying hydrated is key when battling muscle pain because when your body is dehydrated it can cause tension in your tissues and muscles as well.

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Carin Kilby Clark

Tuesday 14th of March 2017

These are great tips for relieving chronic pain. My aunt has been suffering with back pain so I'll have to pass this along to her.


Monday 13th of March 2017

Walking and changing my diet has definitely helped me a ton when it comes to chronic pain.

Shaney Vijendranath

Monday 13th of March 2017

It's so important to stay hydrated and active. I know people who really struggle with chronic pain, have to share this information with them.

Lisa Heath

Monday 13th of March 2017

I have chronic pain and had never heard of this. We got to a point with my meds that nothing worked and they just had me using heating pads and 800 mg motrin. I'll have to check this out

Amber Killmon

Sunday 12th of March 2017

Great ideas! Staying active really does help; I notice a huge difference in my back pain when I'm moving around daily vs. when I'm more sedentary.