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An In Depth Look at Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia affects 5 million Americans age 18 or older. Around 80-90% of those diagnosed with fibromyalgia are women, however, men and children are also susceptible to the condition. In other words, fibromyalgia is known to affect 2-8% of the world’s population. In comparison to males, females have a rate of susceptibility of 7:1.

Fibromyalgia is a condition of the central nervous system and is believed to occur as a result of neurobiological abnormalities that cause physiological pain and cognitive impairment. The pain of fibromyalgia is described as “musculoskeletal,” meaning there is pain found in the muscles, as well as the bones and joints. Sufferers of fibromyalgia describe the pain as a constant, chronic impairment that troubles them on a daily basis. Long-term pain isn’t just “uncomfortable,” but can also be damaging to your body and brain. In 2008, a study was published in the Journal of Neuroscience which stated that those who suffer from chronic pain can represent signs and symptoms of insomnia and depression. Anxiety is another factor that many sufferers deal with. It is believed that the anxious feelings arise from the fact that the pain from fibromyalgia is never ending and incurable.

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7 Ways to Treat Osteoarthritis

Arthritis causes suffering for millions of Americans every day. There are over 140 different types of arthritis, but the one that most people today suffer from is Osteoarthritis. As of 2005, over 27 million Americans suffer from the painful symptoms of osteoarthritis.1 Osteoarthritis is classified as non-inflammatory arthritis, but as the disease continues to affect the joints, it often results in inflammation: “Osteoarthritis usually occurs in the hands and weight-bearing joints such as hips, knees, feet and spine.” 2. Osteoarthritis is a disease of the joints and the surrounding areas, and affects the cartilage in between those joints. Cartilage covers the ends of the bones and is between joints. Its purpose is to help the bones glide over each other smoothly and without friction. Cartilage also helps absorb shock when these joints are in motion. As the cartilage wears down or “degenerates,” the bones start to rub against each other, causing friction that leads to pain, swelling and, eventually, loss of motion in the joint. As the bones rub together, it is possible that bits of cartilage or bone can chip off and fall apart, due to the lack of cartilage to cushion the joints. These fragments of cartilage and bone can often lodge themselves in the joint area which leads to even more pain and suffering.

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The Many Benefits of Arnica

Arnica has been utilized for medicinal purposes for centuries. Arnica provides a variety of beneficial solutions for some of today’s most common issues of pain and illness. With ample and quantitative research, testimonials of arnica’s health benefits range from repairing neurological damage, heart disorders, and even depression after serious trauma. However, despite its many clinical uses, it is highly regarded as a treatment for almost any type of arthritis due to its ability to increase circulation and decrease inflammation. Inflammation occurs in an injured area (such as a bruise, sprain, or joint issue) because the injury requires extra blood flow so that it can heal faster. In other words, inflammation is the body’s natural response during injury. However, the pain that is caused by all of the swelling in the area is not something that can be handled lightly. What we want most is to reduce the swelling by reducing the inflammation. This is the power of Arnica

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RTPR in the NEWS

  • RTPR Launches New MAXX Glide Made with Peppermint Oil and Low Menthol to Freeze Pain (Click to Read More)
  • RTPR Sponsors the Talented PBR Bull Rider from Down Under - David Mason (Click to Read More)
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Major Event Schedule

From Bull Riders to Ballerinas... and everyone in between

You will notice a wide variety of events listed here all a crossed the US, that is de to the fact that - Real Time PAIN RELIEF works for everyone. Here is a list of our upcoming Major Events:

September 11th - 13th*
  • Peachtree, GA - Divas 1/2 Marathon
  • Castro Valley, CA - Castro Valley State Fair
September 18th-22nd*
  • Dayton, OH - Air Force Marathon
  • Boise, ID - Fit One Mini Marathon
  • Appleton, WI - Fox Cities Marathon
September 25th-27th*
  • Bellingham, WA - Bellingham Marathon
  • Lansdowne, VA - Divas 1/2 Marathon
  • San Jose, CA - San Jose R&R
October 2nd-4th*
  • Denver, CO - Hot Chocolate Run
  • Portland, OR - Portland Marathon
  • St. Paul, MN - Twin Cities Marathon
October 9th-11th*
  • Chicago, IL - Chicago Marathon
  • Washington, D.C. - Army 10 Miler

RTPR Vendors sample and sell product at thousands of events through out the year. If you are looking for an event near you, CLICK HERE to find events in your area

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*Events are the weekend listed please check the exact dates for each event before attending


Real Time Pain Relief Helpful TipsTips of the Month

Each month, we provide our subscribers with some insightful tips and information to help them Enjoy Living Again. Check them out and share them with friends and family:

20 Secrets to Reduce Arthritis Pain

Everyone has heard of Arthritis. It is rare to meet a person who is not affected themselves, or at least closely associated with someone suffering from Arthritic pain, stiffness, and decreased range of motion. The word literally translates into joint inflammation (arth=joint, itis=inflammation). Arthritis can strike any age group, whether male or female; even children deal with it. With over 53 million Americans suffering from it, Arthritis is considered the dominant cause of disability in America. Unfortunately, that number is expected to continuously increase over the years. (Click Here to Read More)

Ways to Reduce Hand & Knuckle Pain

Hand and Knuckle pain affects many people!  It can be triggered by disease or an injury to the bones, muscles, joints, tendons, blood vessels, or connective tissues.  Whether it be one of  the many types of arthritis, carpal tunnel, tendon problems, nerve damage, or any other number of possibilities that are known to cause sore hands and knuckles, if pain is keeping you from doing the things you love, it is affecting your life.  

Hand and knuckle pain can make it hard to complete tasks that rely on steady hands and the dexterity of your fingers.  If you lose the ability to bend your fingers, you could lose the ability to hold a pencil, open a bottle, use a knife in the kitchen, type on a keyboard, open a latch successfully, button your shirt; the examples are endless.   Below is a compiled list of 12 secrets that might help you find some relief. (Click Here to Read More)

Ways to Reduce Runner's Knee Pain

Do you suffer from a condition commonly known as "Runner's Knee"?  The medical term for this is Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome.  This pain begins when the patella bone and femur bone begin to rub against each other causing damage to the cartilage in your knees.  This cartilage is vital and acts as a shock absorber.  When it wears down, many people feel pain behind their knee cap.  

Symptoms include soreness behind, around, or in the center of the patella.  It may feel as though your knee is "cracking" or could "give out."  The pain can range from sharp, dull, sudden, or chronic.  Some people find that theonly time they do not feel pain is when they are running, but admit that the pain comes back afterwards. (Click Here to Read More)

Ways to Reduce Back Pain

Estimates show that 8 out of 10 people will suffer from back pain at some point in their life. An astonishing 7 out of 10 people will experience that pain in the lumbar region, or the lower part of the back. There are plenty of contributing factors to back pain, and whether you realize it or not, your lifestyle could be contributing to your discomfort.

No matter what type of back pain solutions you select to help you overcome pain and prevent injuries, one thing is for certain: if you are committed to helping yourself, you will be able to experience a measure of increased comfort, a decrease in pain, and a better quality of life! (Click Here to Read More)


Customer Reviews

This is the best pain relief cream I have ever used. I have used several prescription pain creams, none have compared to RTPR cream. I have chronic arthritis in my hands, knees and hip. My mobility has greatly improved. My need for oral Prescription drugs have been reduced from 4x a day to 2x a day

Ann V. - Cincinnati, OH

I want to thank the person who left the testimonial about the sternocleidomastoid muscle issues. I too suffered from the same inflamed sternocleidomastoid (scm) muscles causing headaches and dizziness (lightheaded) and buzzing and vibrating and humming behind my ears and ear ringing. Who knew that these neck muscles could reek some much havoc? Since I've been massaging my own neck every day (with thumb and index finger) that started to help. I also got some real time pain relief and started using that, and I think it has speed up the healing of these muscles. I actually like the smell, my wife was neutral about the smell.

2 months ago I thought I was falling apart. Now I've got about 90% of the pain and tenderness of these muscles worked out and healed. It is kinda like having plantar fasciitis in your neck.

I'm so glad I found this product. It has helped recovery.

Granada C. - RDU, NC

I have tried a lot of pain releivers over the years yours is the best in the world I thank you for helping me I have been battling cancer for two years I dont like taking pain pills your product keeps from it .

Cathy S. - Powell, TN

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Give Someone Hope Today...

Tell us how Real Time Pain Relief (RTPR) Has Helped You Enjoy Living Again!

Give Someone HopeOne of the great things about Real Time Pain Relief is that we consistently hear stories of how our product has helped those who are dealing with chronic pain. As a user of RTPR, you probably were introduced to our product because of your own struggle with pain.

Do you remember the sense of hopelessness you felt before you tried RTPR? Do you recall the sense of hope you experienced when you finally found something that worked?

Millions of American deal with pain and hopelessness, just as you once did. Would you take a moment to share with us how RTPR has helped you Enjoy Living Again?

Your testimony could provide someone who has tried everything else, to no avail, with hope that life can once again be enjoyable...tell us your story!


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