Have you ever thrown your back out? Maybe you exercised too strenuously the previous day and you ended up paying for it later. Or, perhaps you ended up with a sore back after sitting too long in the car, or on an airplane. Or, just maybe you did something as simple as leaning over to throw a piece of trash into the garbage can. Many people who suffer from back pain decide to rely on prescription drugs. But what if there were another way? Thankfully there is. Keep reading to learn about a few easy to use, natural methods that can help relieve back pain.
Have you ever suffered from hemorrhoids? From what I’ve heard, hemorrhoids can be excruciating . . . so much so that just the mention of the word can make you wince or at the very least unconsciously adjust your sitting position. There are drugstore options for dealing with hemorrhoids, but if you’re finding those options don’t necessarily get the job done, you might want to try treating your hemorrhoids with the following herbal blend.
Do you spend a lot of time typing on a computer? Maybe your job requires you to spend hours glued to your computer keyboard. If this sounds familiar, you could be at risk for the development of carpal tunnel syndrome. Let’s take a deeper look into this condition, including causes and possible treatments . . .
Have you ever been witness to someone in a coma? If so, you know it’s not a pleasant experience. Simply not knowing if that person will ever wake up again is extremely difficult to deal with. So why would anyone intentionally want to be put into a coma? Well, Heather Kennedy-Redmond did – and was. Let’s take a closer look at her unbelievable medical story.
Have you ever uttered that exact phrase? Maybe you woke up with a terrible headache from one too many cocktails the night before, or you somehow got knocked in the noggin. Whatever your particular headache history is, you know that when you have one all you want is for it to go away – and fast! So what’s the best way to do that? Well, read on for some headache help!
When was the last time you took a pain reliever? A few days ago? Yesterday? Maybe only a few hours ago? If you suffer from chronic pain – whether in your back, neck, joints or anywhere else, taking a pain reliever (prescription or over-the-counter) may be an everyday ritual. But do you always get relief? Perhaps you’ve tried one after another, hoping the next one will do the trick, but only end up disappointed once again at its ineffectiveness.
Have you ever acted as your own personal pharmacist and mixed medications for a more powerful punch? Perhaps you didn’t get enough relief from one, so you decided to add in another thinking that should do the trick. I’ll be the first to point a finger – at my husband. I remember one time he took a leftover antibiotic, added some cold medicine for good measure and topped it all off with a few pain relievers – all to try to alleviate a bad head cold. Well, guess what? It didn’t help. He actually ended up feeling worse and proceeded to vomit a few hours later. And do you think he learned his lesson?
We’ve all been there. Well, most of us have anyway - the morning after an office Christmas party, night out on the town, or beers with the boys. Some of you may have had enough mornings-after that you even have your own little hangover remedy or ritual to help you make it through the day. But do those remedies – whether pre or post drinking binge - actually work?