Looking for pain relief in your life? Read what the experts are saying.

Whether you’re suffering from chronic pain, everyday aches and pains, or if you’re just looking for fitness recovery tips, we’ve gathered knowledge from a variety of experts on how to live a healthier, more pain-free life.

Pain-Relief Library

Don't Let These Obstacles Get In The Way of Your Workout
Posted by on March 1, 2017

Let’s face it: when it comes to working out, most of us have the best intentions.  We set our alarms, plan to hit the gym or the trail bright and early, and yet somehow even the best laid plans can go awry. Whether we feel tired, sick, sore, or too busy to fit in a workout, life can and often does get in the way of our fitness goals. But there’s a saying I go back to, by Jim Rohn, when this happens to me: “either you run the day, or the day runs you.” And it’s true! YOU have the power to overcome obstacles standing between you and accomplishing your workout. Let’s overcome these workout obstacles together so we can move on with our day feeling great!

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Make it a Habit: 5 Tips for a Pain-Free You
Posted by on March 1, 2017

For people with chronic pain, life can be hard. The unrelenting pain may make you feel uncomfortable and cranky and even hopeless at times. But it’s more within your control than you think; switching bad habits for good ones can help ease the pain and improve – and potentially prolong – your life.

It’s never too late to reverse your bad habits or adopt some new, healthy ones, and it can be done if you give yourself some time and patience.

It’s said that it can take about 21 days to develop a habit; when you think about it, that’s really not a huge amount of time to invest in better health and happiness. It’s very likely that if you can make it through the initial “changing” phase, you can sustain your new habits.  Try your best, of course, but cut yourself some slack and realize you may not find success immediately.

In just a few weeks’ time, with practice and some shifting in your thinking, you’ll have an arsenal of better behaviors; a small investment when you consider the huge payoffs that will follow.

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Turn the Temperature Up or Down for Pain Relief
Posted by on December 28, 2015
From workout injuries, to a chronic illness, to everyday aches, we’ve all experienced our fair share of pain. In fact, 85 percent of Americans are hurting according to one study. And for the many ways we’re hurting, there are just as many treatments.
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Give a Gift That Keeps on Giving
Posted by on December 28, 2015
Let’s be honest, gift giving is well, a gift. Chances are you’ve been on either the giving or the receiving end of an unfortunate ‘thanks-but-no-thanks’ or ‘re-gifting’ scenario. So instead of wasting more money on those one-and-done presents, consider these gift options people will appreciate and use, and use, and use again.
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