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24 REASONS TO READ THROUGH BACK PAIN BLOG UK’S POSTS FOR NOVEMBER…

Well, 2021 will be no more after the end of this month so my next ‘read through’ blog post will be in 2022. I hope you have enjoyed my posts this year. I have written a fair few over the last 12 months which at the last count was over 275 posts since January!!!!

November posts included four of my popular Sleep Sunday’s

It’s Sleep Sunday Let’s Talk About Why You Are Waking at Night

It’s Sleep Sunday Let’s Talk About Sleep Deprivation and Pain

It’s Sleep Sunday Let’s Talk About Lack of Sleep With Co-Existing Conditions

It’s Sleep Sunday Let’s Talk About Acupressure Points To Help You To Go To Sleep

Other posts included ;

How You Could Use CBD Products for Chronic Pain

Transform: Health Equity for People Marginalised by Today’s Health Systems

All You Need to Know About Aromatherapy Oils for Pain

23 Reasons to Read Through Back Pain Blog UK’s blog posts for October

Can Spinal Cord Stimulators Help You Take Fewer Painkillers?

Three Kinds of Shoes that You Should ‘NOT’ be worn if you SUffer from Back Pain

Are Smart Fitness Watches All they are Hyped Up to be?

How to Beat the Winter Blues

Hip Pain, Lower Back Pain, Groin Pain – What is the Cause?

4 Ways to Manage Back Pain and other Chronic Pain

5 Books on Hobbies for Happiness to Buy for Christmas

BPB Alert – Smartphone Apps and Back Pain Treatment

Personalised Christmas Cards and when They Were First Designed

3 Swim Workouts and 8 Benefits of Swimming

10 Conditions That Can Cause Chronic and Fatigue

A Little Bit of Heat Goes a long long way to Ease Pain

Is Kratom an Alternative for Relieving Chronic Pain?

Back Pain and Breast Size: Can Large Breasts Cause Your Back Pain?

My top 10 Back Pain Products for Gifts at Christmas

A New Fibromyalgia Treatment to help ease the Pain.

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IS IT TIME TO CHANGE HOW YOU MANAGE YOUR PAIN?…

Managing long-term pain is never an easy thing. Sometimes the things that helped in the beginning no longer offer you the same results as before. Or, perhaps the method that you are using right now does not feel right anymore. The good news is that there are other things that you can try if you are willing to give new things a go. In this article, we’re going to be taking a look at some of the things that you can try if it’s time to change up how you manage the pain. Keep reading down below if you would like to find out more.

Give swimming a try…

The first thing that you should do is give swimming a try. The reason that we recommend this is because when you exercise, your body releases endorphins which are natural pain killers. The problem here is that a lot of people with back pain don’t want to exercise because of the pain that it causes them to do so. Swimming is the best solution to this for a number of reasons. First, it works out all areas of your body, and second it takes the weight off of your body for a while. While you are in the water, you are essentially weightless so there should be no pressure on your back. It’s certainly worth thinking about this.

Give Up The Medication…

Now might be the time to give up the medication if it is no longer working for you. The last thing that you want is to be taking medication unnecessarily as this can cause your body more problems than you know. Speak to your doctor, and let them know that you don’t want to take this anymore as you are going to be pursuing other methods of pain management.

If you have other symptoms that they want to give you something for such as GERD, make sure that you check out the medication first. The reason behind this is the fact that there are people out there who now need to get legal help for cancer caused by Zantac which was used to treat GERD.

Home Improvements…

Finally, some homes could benefit from home improvements to make it better for you to live in. if you aren’t having to go up steps, then maybe you wouldn’t be aggravating your condition, making it a little better. You won’t know until you try, but it’s worth making the change. Have a think about some of the other home improvements that you can make to ease the stress on your body.

We hope that you have found this article helpful, and now see some of the things that you are going to have to do if it’s time to change up how you manage your pain. Living with chronic pain is difficult enough, so if you think that you want to try something new, there is absolutely nothing wrong with this. Go with it, and see if it helps. We wish you the very best of luck.