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How can I sleep better during pain?
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Take these actions: • Be strategic about medications. Talk to your health care professional about medications taking timing. Take a medication that causes drowsiness at night before bed. And if your medications include stimulants, which can keep you awake, take those earlier in the day. • Practice relaxation. Sit quietly, read, write in a journal […] Read More
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How much exercise is enough to make a difference?
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Research suggests that 30 to 45 minutes of low-intensity aerobic exercise (such as brisk walking) five or six days a week is your best bet — and even four days of exercise a week will have some effect. Before you start a new exercise program, however, talk to your health care professional if you’re older […] Read More
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How can I reduce stress?
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Pain and stress are interconnected. Pain is a source of stress. And when you feel stress, you may react by tensing your muscles and gritting your teeth, which increases your pain. You can prevent this cycle by better managing your stress. Start by recognizing your stress triggers. Write down the things that cause you to […] Read More
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What is my lifestyle strategy for pain management?
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Pain affects every aspect of your life. It can challenge or change the activities you choose to do, the thoughts you have, and even the sleep you get. This is because, in addition to your physical discomfort, pain can affect your mental and emotional health, increasing your stress and frustration, sapping your motivation and activity […] Read More
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What conditions respond to integrative therapies?
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Many integrative therapies can be successfully joined with conventional medicine to help relieve pain. Research has shown that integrative therapies can be effective in relieving the following conditions: • Back and neck pain; • Arthritis and joint pain; • Pain resulting from injury or trauma; • Post-surgery pain; • Headache pain; • Pelvic pain and […] Read More
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When to choose integrative therapies?
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There are several reasons to add appropriate integrative therapies to your pain treatment plan. Some of them include: • To have more control. When you hurt, you want to take action. If your only source of pain relief is a prescription medication, however, the only action you can take is to wait for the next […] Read More
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Are integrative pain therapies suitable for me?
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With their increasing popularity, more clinical research has been conducted on integrative therapies. Overall, the results are encouraging, and many conventional health care professionals are now incorporating integrative therapies that are supported by scientific studies into their practice of medicine. Combined with conventional medicine, integrative approaches can help relieve pain and improve quality of life. […] Read More
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How I can combine conventional and unconventional care?
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The goal of integrative medicine is to treat the whole person — mind, body, and spirit — not just an underlying disease. This can be accomplished by combining the best of conventional medicine with the best of less conventional practices — therapies that have a reasonable amount of high-quality evidence to support their use. Researchers […] Read More
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What are integrative approaches to treat pain?
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Integrative medicine includes therapies that are used in addition to those used in conventional medicine, such as practicing yoga in addition to taking a prescription analgesic. Today, the term “integrative medicine” is commonly used to describe health care practices and products that aren’t generally part of conventional medicine but can be reasonably combined with conventional […] Read More
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Is my diet helping or hurting?
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Research suggests that there’s a link between diet and inflammation, which is your body’s response to injury or infection. Inflammation causes heat, redness, swelling, and pain in the affected part of the body. While this normal immune system response is critical for healing, sometimes inflammation can become chronic and more widespread throughout the body. Long-term […] Read More

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