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Year: 2018

Articles created in the year 2018

What to Do When You Encounter Back Pain

Posted on December 10, 2018 by Cleveland Boeser
More than 65 million Americans suffer from back pain each year.It's by far the most common complaint from people seeking medical care.Advances in medicine have created many treatment options for people looking back pain relief.Alternative treatments have increased in number and availability as well.However, there's still no"miracle cure" able to rid the world of back pain once and for all.Since the intensity, causes and specific conditions vary with each patient, you want to talk about treatment options with a health care professional so as to tailor treatment to your particular condition...

Approaches to Knee Pain Relief

Posted on November 10, 2018 by Cleveland Boeser
You use your knees every time you walk, run, or move your lower body at all.Knee pain, therefore, dramatically affects the daily life of victims, who must use their knees through the day.Knee pain is the second only to back pain among American adult pain sufferers.Knee trouble is most frequently caused by osteoarthritis, a degenerative joint condition in which the cartilage that surrounds the two bones that contain the knee joint wears away, sometimes causing painful joint-on-joint contact...

Chronic Pain Relief

Posted on October 18, 2018 by Cleveland Boeser
Everyone will experience pain at some time in their lives.Pain is a necessary form of protection against accidents, diseases, or conditions that would otherwise impair or kill us.Pain alerts us that something isn't right.Pain can be either 'acute' or 'chronic' - the distinguishing characteristic between the two is their duration.Acute pain usually occurs after a particular injury.It appears fast and is usually very extreme - one example is the pain of a broken bone...

Joint Pain Relief

Posted on September 3, 2018 by Cleveland Boeser
Your knees, shoulders, and elbows are all large joints.Your hands and feet contain many joints.Our joints are used for almost every movement we make.Half of adults over age 65 - or more than 20 million Americans, suffer recurrent or chronic joint pain, stiffness, and sometimes swelling.Joint pain can be so severe that ordinary daily activities of victims, such as eating a bowl of cereal or washing one's hair, become difficult or even impossible...

Muscle Pain Relief

Posted on August 18, 2018 by Cleveland Boeser
After an auto mechanic spends hours under a car or a writer spends all day in front of a computer, their muscles later complain at this overextension.Everyone receives a muscle ache once in a while, but chronic muscle pain can be a debilitating condition that deteriorates the quality of life of victims.Muscle pain may be caused by a particular injury, a spasm, or a condition that affects ligaments and connective joint tissue, or it may be just a single symptom of a broader illness, usually arthritis...

Sleep for Boundless Energy!

Posted on July 26, 2018 by Cleveland Boeser
Do you ever wake up tired and wish you could just stay in bed? Needless to say, you do.Almost everybody does at one time or another.Sometimes it comes as no surprise, because of your activities the night before, and how late you have to bed.But sometimes, it looks as if you are tired for no great reason.You've got 8 hours of sleep and you did not do anything overly strenuous the day before, so why are you tired? Maybe you need more sleep...

Influenza - Its Symptoms and Causes

Posted on June 16, 2018 by Cleveland Boeser
Influenza better known as the "flu" is an infection of the respiratory tract that can affect millions of people.The influenza virus can be spread from person to person through coughing and sneezing of an infected individual.Statistics reveal about 20,000 Americans die from influenza or influenza related pneumonia each year.Pneumonia and influenza are the sixth common cause of death in the United States...

How to Survive a Heart Attack

Posted on May 18, 2018 by Cleveland Boeser
Most heart attacks start slowly, with mild pain or distress.Frequent symptoms of a heart attack are:- Chest pain that doesn't clear up after resting or taking angina medications.Most heart attacks involve discomfort in the middle of the chest that lasts longer than a couple of minutes, or that goes away and comes back.It can feel like uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness or pain.- A sense of a crushing weight against the torso and profuse sweating...