Did you know that many people on the planet right now suffer from chronic pain?
Chronic pain can arise for a wide variety of reasons, ranging from conditions such as poor posture over a long period of time, injuries, trauma, ancestral trauma, gut health, addiction/abuse recovery, grieving, arthritis and fibromyalgia to name a few.
Nonetheless, chronic pain is a great threat for people that must fight through it in their day-to-day life.
Chronic pain can be managed, though such lingering conditions of pain require specific forms of disciplines.
Perhaps you or a loved one wish to learn some very helpful ways to chronic pain relief.
1. Self Massage
Try Self Massage, one of the most popular treatments for chronic pain. No matter which muscles in your body are experiencing pain and inflammation, massage the area with your favorite pain relief topical.
Learn techniques that can target relief to those areas.
Be sure to do research and always trust a professional.
Relaxing and Calming Ear Massage:
Our ears hold power points to our whole body, massaging the ears may act as calming and relaxing to the whole Body.
Close your eyes and massage your ears with your fingers going in little circles.
Breathe into the ears and breathe out of the ears.
2. Practice Healthier Sleep Habits
The periods during which your body is at rest are extremely important for managing chronic pain and inflammation.
It is vital that your body not only gets enough sleep but also quality sleep.
This can be achieved by creating a routine and sticking to healthy habits before bed.
Try to commit to a specific bedtime, reduce “screen time” while in bed, and cut back on pills and alcohol, as all can improve the quality of your sleep.
Sleeping Stretches: Lay down, close your eyes and scan your body.
Scan your body with your mind, starting at your toes and going up through your ankles, calves, thighs, hips, stomach, lungs, heart, throat, head.
Breathe into each body part , inhale feel the skin, the muscle, the bone, then exhale and relax. Keep your mind empty.
3. We are what we Eat! A Healthier Diet A healthier diet is a healthier you!
Eventually your body responds in detoxing and then more energy, giving you more vitality.
Obesity or a poor diet adds strain to your joints, muscles aggravating conditions of chronic pain.
Eating healthier foods will only help decrease inflammation around your joints. Substitute your usual go-to foods that might be high in fat content with fruits, nuts, or whole grains.
Breaking habits is often easier said than done, so take some commitment.
Eat Non GMO bread
Eat Less refined sugars
Hydrate your body with room temperature liquids
Meat Eaters, support clean meat meaning local
Eat Less Cheese
Eat More Salad w/ Olive oil and Apple Cider Vinegar
4. Breathing Techniques
Breathing Techniques for Pain Deep breathing and other forms of meditation exist for the purpose of helping your body relax.
As you breathe deeply, in and out through every pore in the body feeling, eventually the muscles loosen in your body, releasing tension and granting pain relief.
How do you keep your mind quiet so you can release pain?
There are many different breathing techniques and ways to meditate.
It is also a learned skill that may take some time and practice to accustom oneself too.
However, those who practice everyday with chronic conditions often achieve results in alleviating sore muscle pain.
Breathe into the Pain inhaling through the nose, breathing in through every pore in the body and exhaling out through the nose relaxing.
5. Light Amounts of Exercise
Light amount of exercise throughout the day is an effective way to chronic pain relief. It is very beneficial to find some new, comfortable ways to exercise. Find a particular physical activity you enjoy.
This can include taking walks with the dog, jogging, swimming, horseback riding, rock climbing, get a punching bag or play some sports or just stand up and dance and start stretching now!
This kind of activity can offer pain relief over time by keeping your joints healthy, as well as stretching muscles and ligaments throughout the body like with yoga and tai chi.
Take a few minutes to do some sit-ups and push-ups.
Exercise Tip: When you wake up in the morning, get the blood flowing by moving around for it least 15 minutes non-stop, whether jogging in place or whatever your come up with creatively.
6. Maintain Good Posture
Our posture is easily overseen and may become something we forget about unless we pay close attention. When we’re distracted by phones in our hands, sitting in chairs, driving, or TVs while on the couch, we may slouch. If we bend our spines in ways that are unhealthy, in the long term this leads to more pain.
Through out the day try as best as you can to stay conscious of keeping your spine straight, or even consider taking device breaks.
Sitting in a chair, remember to hold your core, roll your shoulders back, reach up with the top of your head and elongate the spine, curl your toes every so often and give yourself a foot massage once a day.
Consult a Knowledgeable Person Sometimes, everyday treatments for persistent, bothersome chronic pain simply don’t cut it.
In such cases, be sure to do your research and find the best people in your area to see to your condition.
The right professional can offer products and treatment programs that can allow you to live a life of gratitude. See if the professional went through similar pain as well.
About the Author:
For over twenty-five years, Gemma Ra'Star has served with her herbalism and equine therapy to a variety of people and animals throughout the world.
Gemma Ra'Star simple advanced conscious techniques for conditions of chronic pain and hope to serve you in the highest good.
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