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To mark national Back Care Awareness Week (October 5-9), Nichola, a Technical Member of The Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors, has compiled her ‘Top 10 Self-Help Tips for Back Pain and Fibromyalgia Sufferers’.
Do you have back problems? Arthritis or Fibromyalgia, other problems with joint pain and stiffness?? Then how you are sitting at your desk in the office could be making it worse, whether you work at home or in a company environment. Read on to find out why, and how! This article comes as the result […]
It was easy to notice the fact my mobility wasn’t as stiff; pain was lesser than usual, and I wasn’t getting numbness with pins and needles as much in my hands and feet.
Knowing the differences between conditions that share so many symptom similarities makes it easier to understand the condition that you have, and also means you can work with your health care providers to create the most suitable management plan for you to cope living with it.
Read this post to find resources for fibromyalgia and to learn the different definitions from around the medical websites and dictionaries.
If you are suffering from lower back pain then according to Science Daily you could treat yourself using acupressure. A recent study fou
Programme 115: Neuropathic Pain 1 of 2: Targeted Pain Management Programmes Exploring neuropathic pain and the various ways it can be managed. Airing Pain & Pain Concern work to improve the lives of people living with pain and those who care for them. Their goals: Produce information, Provide support and Raise awareness Trailor You can […]
Another great post by fellow blogger Barb over at Back Pain Blog Uk “While waiting to go into the Doctors I sat reading a Good Housekeeping Health Living magazine. It had a brilliant article on finding the right type of meditation to suit your mood. These are some o…” Read more via the link button […]
What I have explained in this post is the chain reaction of ‘pain’ and ‘inflammation’ that I fight to prevent on a daily basis and when it gets as bad as this the ‘sciatic’ pain is so intense that it really does make me cry.