diet-fruits-vegetablesWhat you eat can also contribute to your recovery and relief from pain. Getting enough of the right nutrients, minerals, and vitamins in your diet helps you build strong, healthy bones and muscles which can reduce joint and muscle pain. Taking supplements that contain magnesium and vitamin D will help to reduce pain and make you strong enough to fight it off.

Certain foods are also good for fighting pain due to their anti-inflammatory properties; cherries, salmon, ginger and green tea, for example, are all healthy ingredients for anyone suffering from chronic pain. Carrying excess weight also makes pain worse, so following a healthy, balanced diet could help you lose weight and make you feel better on its own.