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Knee Pain: Do's and Don'ts

To deal with knee problems, it is crucial that you stay active to strengthen the supporting muscles and prevent issues from worsening, however, there are certain movements you should avoid.
Here is a List of the Do’s and Don’ts for Knee Pain:

 

18 Foods High in Magnesium

The proper function of our muscles is dependent on adequate levels of magnesium. Magnesium also helps with bone formation, proper calcium absorption, and so much more. Often, people with low levels of magnesium experience muscle cramps, abnormal heart rhythms, and more. Low magnesium levels affect our muscles’ ability to relax and increase pain levels in the body. Pain sufferers are often advised to increase their intake of magnesium to see if it helps reduce pain.

Here Are 18 Foods That Are High In Magnesium:

 

8 Ways To Be More Active Every Day

Physical activity reduces pain because it causes a natural release of endorphins, which block pain signals from reaching the brain. They are essentially the body’s natural painkillers; researchers even compare the effects of endorphins to that of morphine or other opioid painkillers. Here are 8 tips to implement into your every day life. They will naturally increase your activity levels without joining a gym or purchasing exercise equipment.

10 Natural Ingredients to Relax Muscles

Muscle pain is uncomfortable, disruptive, and lingering. Try these ten natural ingredients to help ease muscle tension due to spasms, athletic strain, exhaustion, and numerous other causes.

Top 12 Anti-Inflammatory Foods and Drinks

Many diets have been observed to decrease inflammation and relieve chronic pain. Mediterranean and vegan diets are among the most successful, as are those with increased omega-3 intake and reduced amounts of refined carbohydrates. Try to integrate these top 12 anti-inflammatory foods and drinks into your diet to quickly lower inflammation.

Top 10 Reasons To Use a Topical Pain Reliever

You may wonder what all the fuss is about topical pain relievers. Here are the Top 10 Reasons for you to consider using a topical pain reliever the next time you need relief from pain.

10 Tips to Relieve Chronic Pain

Pain is the body’s way of letting you know that there is something wrong. Chronic pain disables more people than cancer or heart disease. When you are suffering from chronic pain, all you want is to find a way to ease your symptoms so you can enjoy living again.

Here are ten tips we have found for you to help relieve chronic pain.

10 Ways to Prevent Office Syndrome

Office syndrome is typically found in office workers who spend many hours in front of a computer. Remaining in the same posture for a long period of time causes it. Symptoms of office syndrome include headaches, shoulder and back pain, numb fingers and arms, weak eyesight, and dry eyes.

Here are 10 ways to prevent office syndrome from affecting you.

 

Top 10 Vitamin C Rich Foods

It is a well-known fact that vitamin C is a highly effective anti-oxidant, but did you know that it metabolizes cholesterol, increases the absorption of iron, and even reduces tiredness and fatigue? Vitamin C is also required for the synthesis of collagen, which is an important structural component for blood vessels, tendons, ligaments and bone. In fact, a study of 25,000 people revealed that consuming 500-1000 mg of vitamin C reduces a person’s risk of developing arthritis by 30%.

Here are ten foods that are rich in vitamin C.

 

How to Prevent Back Strain from Lifting

It is fair to say that every person who lifts or does other manual handling tasks is at risk of a back injury. While complete elimination of the risk for back injury is not realistic, there are things you can do to help prevent straining your back.

Here are 10 things to remember the next time you are lifting something.

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