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Natural Pain Remedies - Alternative Treatments for Pain Sufferers
Chiropractic adjustments, massage, exercise and neutraceutical remedies can play a key rolehelp with pain management and prevention. Pain, both chronic and acute, can unpleasantly interfere with one's daily living, and if not treated, can negatively affect the pain sufferer's well-being.

Many people rely on conventional medications to treat pain. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as Advil, and acetaminophen, or Tylenol, are common, over-the-counter pain relievers. These medications can be successful in treating pain in the short-term, but often have undesirable side effects, and pain sufferers may want to seek alternative forms of pain relief.

Chiropractic treatment, massage, exercise and neutraceutical remedies can all play a key role in helping with pain management and prevention. Chiropractic adjustments can be a good non-surgical treatment option for individuals suffering from chronic pain. As with massage therapists, it is important to seek out the services of a licensed, professionally certified chiropractor.

Exercise and Pain Relief and Prevention
Exercise can help ease or decrease chronic pain. Keeping one's muscles toned through regular, gentle movements will prevent them from deteriorating and becoming weak. A weak muscle is a potentially painful muscle, so it's important to keep muscles strong and flexible. Back pain is one of the most common types of muscular discomfort. Back pain exercises involve exercise of not only the back muscles, but also of those muscles that support the back, such as the abdomen and thighs. A good  chiropractor can recommend a variety of simple and appropriate exercises that can be easily performed at home.

Massage Helps Relieve Muscular Pain
Massage can have many benefits for those suffering with chronic or temporary pain. A massage will increase blood flow to sore, stiff joints and muscles, which are then warmed by the extra circulation. A massage is very soothing and relaxing, and this in itself can help to ease pain by releasing endorphins to the brain. Pain sufferers seeking to explore massage therapy should ensure that the massage therapist chosen is professionally certified before undergoing treatment.

Chiropractic Treatment Can Reduce Pain by Realigning the Spinal Column
Many pain sufferers seek out the services of a chiropractor because of chronic back and neck pain. Chiropractors focus on spinal manipulation (adjustment of the spine) as a means of correcting spinal joint restrictions and relieving pain, treating disc injuries, relieving stress on the associated discs and nerves, improving alignment and posture, which in turn helps to alleviate pain.

Various Neutraceuticals (Herbs and Supplements) Can Provide Pain Relief
There are many herbal remedies on the market for pain sufferers who want an alternative to pharmaceutical painkillers. A few of the more common herbal remedies include:

  • Turmeric - Turmeric has long been used as an herbal remedy in both the Chinese and Indian systems of medicine. Curcumin is the compound in turmeric that is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties, which may aid in pain relief.
  • Feverfew - Feverfew, traditionally used for treating fevers, is also used as an herbal pain reliever, providing relief for arthritis, migraine and menstrual pain.
  • Bromelain - Commonly used as a digestive enzyme, bromelain also acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory, which can help provide pain relief for arthritis, inflammation and joint pain.
  • White Willow Bark - The natural basis for aspirin, white willow bark is still commonly used to treat many pain conditions, such as back pain, joint pain, fever, flu, and osteoarthritis. Many people use white willow bark as an alternative to aspirin because it is less irritating to the stomach.

Natural versus Conventional Medicine
The natural pain relieving treatments mentioned above are not meant to completely replace conventional medicine, as both have their uses when it comes to pain management. A combination of both alternative and conventional medicine is a good way to get the best of both worlds. A family physician should always be consulted before undergoing any kind of medical treatment.


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