Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is often defined as any pain lasting more than 12 weeks. Whereas acute pain is a normal sensation that alerts us to possible injury, chronic pain is very different. Chronic pain persists — often for months or even longer. It is estimated that more than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, defined as pain, which can vary from being mild to excruciating, episodic or continuous, merely inconvenient or totally incapacitating.

The most common sources of pain stem from headaches, joint pain, pain from injury, and backaches. Other kinds of chronic pain include tendinitis, sinus pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and pain affecting specific parts of the body, such as the shoulders, pelvis, neck and muscle pain. The causes of these different sources of pain can be a multitude, but despite that the mainstream only offers limited treatment options. The Daily Health offers information on different natural and alternative approaches that may help alleviate the symptoms and specific causes of your pain.

Latest Articles in Chronic Pain

Alzheimer's

Tramadol: Could This Painkiller Cost More Lives Than Heroin And Cocaine?

You suffer with moderate chronic pain. Some days you are in such agony that ordinary over-the-counter painkillers just don't bring the relief you need to carry on with your daily a...

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joint pain, chronic pain, natural relief, osteoarthritis

Pycnogenol: Reduce Your Osteoarthritis Pain By 49 Per Cent

Previously, we told you about Pycnogenol - the bark extract that's harvested from a French maritime pine tree - that has been shown to promote blood circulation, relieve symptoms o...

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sciatica, pain, steroid drugs

Steroids And Surgery Bring Little Relief From Sciatica

Sciatic nerve pain (or sciatica) is a painful condition most often caused by a herniated disc in the lower back, which puts pressure on the sciatic nerve - the longest nerve in the...

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big pharma, pharmaceutical drugs, pain killers

NSAIDs: Popular Painkillers Soon To Carry Risk Warning Labels

Back in 2011, we told you how widely used non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen, naproxen and fenoprofen can increase your risk of a second heart attack by...

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paracetamol

Risks Of Paracetamol Are Underestimated

Previously, we told you how the popular painkiller paracetamol (acetaminophen) lands 78,000 people in A&E each year. We also told you that, when used as a hangover treatment (...

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heart

Tramadol: When The ‘Safe Option’ Painkiller Turns Out To Be Lethal

Tramadol hydrochloride - also available under alternative brand names including Zydol and Zamadol - is an opiate painkiller used to help relieve moderate to severe pain. It works b...

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