At some point in our lives, we will all experience pain. Pain is the great equalizer. It’s a universal experience like love, hope, or faith. However, for some people, pain is a chronic condition that can chronically interfere with their quality of life. If you are one of the millions of Americans struggling with chronic pain, we’re here to say there’s hope.
The causes of chronic pain are myriad, with some of the most common being inflammation, autoimmune disease, nerve damage, and scar tissue. Luckily, there are also many effective natural treatments for chronic pain to choose from. Of course, some work better than others, so we’re helping you cut through the fluff to get to the bottom of the things you should be paying attention to if resolving pain is a priority of yours.
Read on for Dr. Rob’s top natural ways to treat chronic pain, including microcurrent therapy, sleep, nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction.
Microcurrent Therapy for Chronic Pain Resolution
What is microcurrent therapy? It’s a type of electrical stimulation that uses very low-voltage current to stimulate healing and ease the pain. Microcurrent therapy is often used to treat conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, arthritis, non-healing wounds, scar tissue, and more.
One study found that microcurrent therapy was effective for people with carpal tunnel syndrome. The study participants who received microcurrent therapy significantly improved symptoms compared to the control group. Microcurrent therapy may also be effective for other types of chronic pain.
What is the best way to treat chronic pain (in our opinion)? Microcurrent therapy. What is the best microcurrent device for chronic pain? The Avazzia Life Pinnacle!
Learn more about how microcurrent crushes chronic pain in the resources below:
- The Pain Free For Life Podcast Episode #41: Chronic Back Pain, There Is A Solution
- Best Microcurrent At Home Devices for Treating Chronic Pain
- New Hope for Chronic Pain Sufferers: Microcurrent Therapy for Fibromyalgia
How are Sleep and Chronic Pain Connected?
Getting enough quality sleep is essential for overall health and well-being. It is also crucial for managing pain. A lack of sleep can increase pain levels and make it more difficult to cope with pain. Conversely, getting enough sleep can help reduce pain levels and improve your ability to manage pain.
You can do many things to improve the quality of your sleep, including following a bedtime routine, sleeping in a dark and quiet room, avoiding caffeine before bedtime, and more.
If you struggle to sleep well, please review the following blogs; they should help you start some new bedtime routines conducive to excellent rest.
- How to Use an EMF Shielding Blanket for Restorative Sleep
- 5 Sleep Myths Busted and Our 3 Favorite Natural Sleep Aids
- 3 Little-Known Sleep Disruptors and How to Fix Them:
How are Nutrition and Chronic Pain Connected?
What we eat can significantly impact our health—including our levels of pain. For example, research has shown that a diet high in inflammatory foods can worsen inflammation and pain levels. Conversely, eating anti-inflammatory foods can help reduce inflammation and ease pain. Some examples of anti-inflammatory foods include fatty fish like salmon, berries like blueberries, leafy greens like spinach, and more.
In addition to eating anti-inflammatory foods, it is also essential to eat a balanced diet that includes all the nutrients you need for good health. A registered dietitian or nutritionist can help you create a healthy eating plan that meets your individual needs.
Learn more about how diet affects chronic pain here:
- 5 Healthy Foods To Increase Nitric Oxide Naturally & Reduce Nerve Pain
- The Pain Free For Life Podcast Episode #37: Gut Health And Personalized Nutrition With Elizabeth Mae
- How To Ease Chronic Pain With Proper Nutrition:
How Does Exercise Affect Chronic Pain?
Regular exercise is another essential part of managing chronic pain. Exercise can help improve your flexibility and range of motion, increase muscle strength, reduce joint stiffness, and more. Exercise has also been shown to help improve mood, sleep quality, energy levels, and overall well-being—all of which can help reduce pain levels.
If you have chronic pain, be sure to talk to your doctor before starting an exercise program. They can help you create an exercise plan that considers your unique situation. For example, people with arthritis may need to modify their exercises to protect their joints. People with fibromyalgia may need to avoid activities that trigger their symptoms. Once you have an exercise plan in place, start slowly and gradually increase the intensity as tolerated.
Enjoy these resources to start your pain-free exercise journey today:
- 3 Exercises to Try if You Have Arthritis—And 1 Drug-Free Pain Solution
- 4 At-Home Exercises for Chronic Pain Warriors
- Exercise for Autoimmune Disease
Stress Reduction Techniques to Keep Chronic Pain at Bay
Chronic stress can worsen existing pain or even cause new pains. That’s because stress causes the release of hormones like cortisol, which can lead to inflammation. Stress can also make it difficult to concentrate, making it harder to manage day-to-day responsibilities, including chronic pain. Luckily, there are many things you can do to reduce stress. Some stress-reduction techniques include yoga, meditation, deep breathing exercises, aromatherapy, journaling, and more. Experiment with different techniques until you find what works for your body. You may also consider talking to a therapist or counselor if your stress levels are overwhelming.
We know a thing or two about stress reduction. Please enjoy the resources below:
- How to Detox Your Mind and Body From Stress for Pain Resolution
- Our Best Tips to Relieve Holiday Stress
- Stress, Pain and Autoimmune Disease: Breaking the Cycle
Additional Pain Resolution Resources
When it comes to managing chronic pain, finding the right solution can be a long and difficult journey. Many people turn to medication or surgery for relief, but these options often come with undesirable side effects and may not address the root cause of the pain. If you’re interested in exploring natural alternatives, know you’re not alone. The Pain Free For Life Support Group on Facebook offers a community of individuals seeking non-invasive solutions to chronic pain, sharing resources and success stories.
And if you’re looking for more personalized support, The Hache Protocol™Private Membership may be for you. This program pairs you with your very own Treatment Coordinator, who can guide you through personalized steps toward achieving lasting pain relief. Don’t suffer alone – consider these resources as you continue your journey towards finding natural relief from chronic pain. And in the meantime, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call us at 1-888-758-0851.
There’s Hope for a Pain-Free Future!
Millions of Americans suffer from chronic pain daily—but hope exists! Many effective treatments are available for chronic pain sufferers, including microcurrent therapy and The Hache Protocol For Pain Resolution™.
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