Why Taking Painkillers Can Actually Lead to More Pain
When feeling the unbearable pain associated with muscle soreness and tightness, it is very common for one to seek treatment by pills. But those pills that kill pain can, much of the time, lead to more pain.
What if we were to tell you there was a better and more healthy way to manage chronic pain?
In a recently published article entitled, “Yoga, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy Help In Relieving Chronic Pain, Study Finds,” author and expert Mary Pascaline writes that at least 40 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. “Pain relief pills can help to a certain extent but primary care providers in the U.S. are wary of prescribing large doses of painkillers as it may lead to addiction.”
Yoga, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy: The Brilliant Ways to Avoid Painkillers
A study conducted by the Mayo Clinic found that yoga, acupuncture, massage therapy and other complementary healthcare approaches can help in managing serious and chronic pain.
“The study showed promise in treating back pain with acupuncture and yoga, osteoarthritis of the knee with acupuncture and tai chi, neck pain with massage therapy and suggested the use of relaxation techniques in alleviating severe headaches and migraines,” Pascaline writes.
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