If it's true that "pain is weakness leaving the body," a lot of us must be pretty darn strong by now. For many, some degree of discomfort is an unfortunate fact of life. According to data from the 2012 National Health Interview... Read more
In the 1920's, French chemist Rene Maurice Gattefosse accidentally lit his arm on fire in his laboratory. The nearest cold liquid was a vat of lavender oil, into which he thrust his arm in an act of desperation. To his surprise, the pain subsided... Read more
After several false starts to lose weight over the years, Rick (LOGHOUSE) tipped the scale at 289 pounds. A weight loss challenge (and exercise buddy) at work motivated him to walk every single day for more than a year. He's now 40 pounds lighter... Read more
Exercise beginners usually try to make up for lost time by going all out their first week. The result? Injury or intense soreness. Pain does not necessarily mean gain.
Many injuries occur at joints, where bones meet and provide motion. An enormo... Read more
It’s a common problem for many who exercise. It makes everyday activity difficult, and scares a lot of people away from any physical activity. It’s lower back pain. For those of you who suffer from it, there is hope. While there... Read more
It's kinda hard to workout with back pain from childbirth a year plus ago. Positive note I lost all baby weight 20pds I'm just trying to keep it off and a little discouraging when in pain. I go on walks pushing the stroller. Sometimes gym... Read more
Home life is sooo hard right now. We are going through so much as a family and no one seems to be coping in a healthy way. I try so hard not to let it get to me but somedays I am so raw I can't help but get down. #prayforme... Read more
** Pain increase and munch disaster**Hi Everyone,ever when I have an increase of pain,I'm starting to munch.It's a kinda good for my nerves.What are you doing in that kind of case,when pain is worse and how to avoid a calorie disaster???... Read more
A few years ago I either pulled a muscle or tendon while opening a heavy (boiler room) door regularly. It had hurt for at least 6 months.
I no longer use that door and the pain had gone away.
This summer it's been touchy again. (maybe from swim... Read more
Approximately 27 million adult Americans in 2005 suffered from knee pain due to osteoarthritis, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Engaging in physical workout is known to relieve arthritic symptoms. Aside from walking, wh... Read more
Small movements I've found that relieve the pain. I"ve been in pain for the last week, and found that if I moved my hip, (the one on the side of the painful knee) the way Cancan dancers do, -- it looks like they're moving their knee, when in fact, th... Read more
Ask any runner, or non-runner for that matter, what one of the most common running injuries is and invariably many will mention patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS)--AKA runner's knee. It has been reported that as many as 70% of all runners will s... Read more
Ouch, you burned! Now what? Forget about running to the store to buy those pricey formulated lotions. Instead, ease the pain with Mother Nature's little helpers, most of which you already have at home. Aloe VeraUse the gel that's inside... Read more
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