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Prevention Tips for Strained or Pulled Muscles

Prevention Tips for Strained Muscles and Pulled MusclesMuscle strain is a very common injury to occur in sports. It affects the muscles and tendons, and is also referred to as a pulled muscle. This injury occurs when a muscle or tendon has been overstretched and can range in severity. Check out this quick and easy read to learn some tips to prevent strained or pulled muscles.

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Prevention Tips for Sprains

Sprains Injury PreventionA sprain is a type of joint injury that can happen to just about anyone. While sprains are common outside of sports, an athlete is at an increased risk for suffering this type of injury. A sprain can occur at any joint, but it is especially common in the ankle, wrist, thumb, and knee. Check out this quick and easy read about sprains and how to prevent them.

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Prevention Tips for Tendinitis

how to prevent tendinitisTendinitis affects many people, especially athletes. It is a painful and can interfere with any athlete's active lifestyle. This article explains what tendinitis is, howit is caused, and what you can do prevent it from affecting you.

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Prevention Tips for Shin Splints

What are shin splints?Shin splints affect many people, especially athletes. They are very painful and can lead to more issues, but they can be prevented. This article explains what shin splints are, how they are caused, and what you can do prevent them from affecting you.

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How to Keep Your Lips Healthy

Tips for Healthy LipsOur lips are one of our most exposed body parts to the wind, sun, and the cold. Unfortunately, this can result in dry, chapped, or cracked lips, causing pain and discomfort that nobody has time for. Keeping the lips healthy is important because chapping can turn into a cold sore or even an infection.

Here are 3 simple tips to keep your lips healthy, no matter the weather!

6 Tips for Optimal Injury Recovery

Tips for Optimal Recovery From An InjuryInjuries happen to all of us at some point. Regardless of its cause, all injuries need a recovery period. While our bodies will work very hard to recover on their own, how we treat them during this healing process is very important. Without the proper time to heal, our bodies are more susceptible to recurring injuries and chronic pain.

Follow these 6 easy steps for a healthy recovery from any injury

Tips to Reduce Neck Pain

Tips to Reduce Neck PainNeck pain is a very common complaint. It is so common that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention studied the prevalence in both males and females of several different age groups. They concluded that in the past three months alone, almost 20 percent of ALL of us have experienced neck pain! That’s a big number!

There can be many different causes for neck pain, including but not limited to compromised sleep, poor posture, excessive stress, and sudden movements. Regardless of the cause, neck pain can be very uncomfortable and even disabling.

When neck pain strikes, keep these tips in mind

All About CBD Oil

All About CBD OilThere has been a steady increase in the interest and research of the medical marijuana field as of late, but it is by no means a new discovery. According to Carl Sagan, a popular and credible scientist, the cannabis plant may have been the world’s first agriculture crop dating back roughly 12,000 years ago. Fast forward to 1850 and Cannabis was added to the list of The U.S. Pharmacopeia. The U.S. Pharmacopeia describes its role as demonstrating “identity, strength, purity, and quality for medicines, dietary supplements, and food ingredients.” As you can tell, cannabis was associated as a medicine over 150 years ago. However, this was a time where the research was centered on the entire plant rather than the individual compounds it consists of. Approximately another 150 years later, the British government contracted a pharmaceutical company to grow cannabis and monitor it closely for the ability to harness consistent extracts of specific compounds for clinical trials. This was in 1998. That same year GW Pharmaceutical’s co-founder, Geoffrey Guy, presented his findings toward the development of cannabis-based medicine that did not produce any psychoactive effects at an International Cannabinoid Research Society meeting. All of his research pointed to the healing power of one compound, cannabidiol, which is commonly known as CBD. However, he wasn’t the first to discover CBD’s ability. In fact, it is reported that even Queen Victoria of the 19th century used CBD-rich cannabis as a remedy for menstrual cramps! However, these CBD-rich strains have been weeded out (no pun intended!) during the upswing of recreational marijuana use. The majority of users were indeed looking for the psychoactive effects that other compounds of cannabis offered, such as THC. So unfortunately, cannabis began to gain a reputation of something only able to get you “high,” versus the healing abilities of CBD that many have been, and still are, studying.

So what exactly is CBD?

8 Ways Topical Pain Relievers Are Better For You

How Topical Pain Relievers Are Good For YouWhile oral medications are an option to combat body pain, they can produce unwanted side effects. That’s where topical pain relievers come in! They are a proven, well-controlled pain relief option. Topical pain relievers can be prescribed by a doctor or bought over-the-counter. If you are looking to buy one, it is recommended to look for something that contains menthol or methyl salicylate, since the FDA recognizes them as pain-relieving topical agents.

Here are 8 reasons to consider using a topical pain reliever like Real Time Pain Relief!

9 Tips for Better Sleep

9 Tips for Better SleepSleep is a critical part of our wellness and it plays a major role in our lives. I mean, we do it everyday. But sleep disorders are a serious problem that can cause a rather vicious cycle, especially for those experiencing chronic pain. It has been revealed that pain is the top contributor to sleep disorders. In turn, disrupted sleep contributes to pain conditions. See the cycle? Luckily, there are some things you can try to get better sleep at night.

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