chronic pain

The holidays can bring a lot of stress on anyone. The family visiting, cooking, cleaning, shopping, gatherings to attend, the list is endless. But when you are dealing with chronic pain, the amount of stress that is put on your body is increased dramatically. You want your holiday season to be a time of love,…

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Back to School: How to Stay Healthy with Chronic Pain (Even During Routine Changes)  It’s essential you stay healthy with chronic pain, even during routine changes. The changing of the seasons and the beginning of a new school year brings with it a considerable amount of changes in your daily routine. With more time spent…

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In today’s chaotic world, busy schedules may be to blame for recurring headaches. Sometimes resulting from medical conditions, but often, they’re simply the result of dehydration, staying up late, or just overdoing it during Crossfit.  While there’s plenty of treatments to reduce the pain, including over-the-counter drugs and prescriptions, they don’t always help lessen symptoms.…

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Science may not be able to entirely explain the exact reason why pain worsens in the heat, but we cannot ignore it! In Dallas, Texas, the average high temperature sways to a sweltering 86-98* F in the summertime months. Often, patients who suffer from chronic pain explain the change in weather makes their pain worse.…

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It’s spring cleaning season! Recharging, rejuvenating, and getting the house back in order may end in a painful experience. It’s crucial to be prepared before tackling your to-do list. Tending to large spaces takes time and a toll on the body. That’s why we’re preparing you with these 6 simple cleaning tips to help avoid…

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Infusion Pain Treatment for Chronic Pain

Millions of Americans are affected by chronic pain. Living with chronic pain can not only cause those suffering to have to live with pain on a daily basis, it can cause other significant issues as well. It can cause decreased mobility, flexibility, and can make it harder to get through their everyday activities.  If you…

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Alternative Exercises for Chronic Pain

Staying active is an important part of mitigating your chronic pain symptoms. Exercise is shown to reduce your pain levels, reduce inflammation, and increase mobility. Exercise can help strengthen your muscles and when your muscles are strong and working properly, they can better support your body.   While for many, your normal physical activities have been…

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New Year Less Chronic Pain

Every year we see our friends and family members make their resolutions for the new year. You may have some of your own this year. Perhaps you are going to try to kick an old habit or learn a new hobby this year?  For those living with chronic pain, one of the best resolutions you…

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chronic pain and sleep

Sleep is essential for our bodies to function at their best. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends that adults get seven or more hours of sleep a night to be at their healthiest. However, when you are living with a chronic pain condition, it can be a battle to even get a few hours…

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getting rid of holiday headaches

For a non-migraine sufferer the holidays can be a time of year that can definitely make your head pound. Trying to cook meals for our families, dealing with visitors, shopping for presents, there is so much going on. It can be full of stress, lack of sleep, poor diet, putting our exercise on the back…

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chronic pain and its overlooked aspects

The Arthritis Relief Institute is here to help you with all of your pain management needs, whether they be chronic or acute. We work together with you to find the right treatments to help you lead a better overall life. Some people‚Äôs chronic pain can come on quickly or it can develop over a period…

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