If you are dealing with chronic pain, I know first hand how difficult it can be. I’m not just saying I understand, I really do understand. I am living your life and I have compiled 10 tips to survive chronic pain in a fast-paced world. I hope that my mistakes will help someone turn things around early on instead of later like it took me to do. Going from the caretaker to the patient was one of the hardest transitions for me. I spent many lunch breaks sitting with patients dealing with pain while not really understanding it at all.
A study I came across a few years ago concluded that lower back pain was the leading cause of disability across the globe. When I read it, I also found out that backaches affect a vast number of people and are rarely caused by severe medical conditions. Their main factors are stress, bad posture, uncomfortable sleeping and other lifestyle habits. Fortunately, there are remedies to help us fight this pain, and most of them are quite easy to apply. Alternate cold and hot therapies Putting cold and hot packs on your sore area will help soothe the pain and rush
If you’ve found my post then chances are, you or someone you know is living with chronic pain (sending a virtual hug your way). Living with chronic pain can be a nightmare. In fact, there will probably be days when you feel like you can’t go on. But you must. You absolutely must. I’ve been living with chronic pain for many years now (well over 10) and although my pain level remains at an unbelievably high number, I’ve found ways to cope with it and to get some relief even if it’s short-lived. Because let’s get real here, pain medicine