Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Exercise

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A chronic pain sufferer may not consider exercise as a priority to treating his or her condition.  With intense pain, exercise does not seem like a logical step towards improvement, but studies indicate otherwise.  Exercise can assist in lessening the physical and emotional impact of chronic pain.

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Back pain happens. Even though the pain is constant, sometimes life just has to move on. Because life is an Olympic event, staying fit is the best way to stay healthy. But how does one safely exercise with a pain in the back? Some may say that such a feat is impossible without causing further injury or worsening pain. Others have found that by…

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Karen Lee Richards, Health Guide, commented on What Can Help Chronic Fatigue Syndrome:… As you noted, when it comes to ME/CFS, exercise can be a touchy and…

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Cort, Health Guide, answered I recently stsrted jogging. The outside… Sure. You might want to try ice, anti-inflammatories, gentle stretching…

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Christina Lasich, MD, Health Pro, answered my knee hurts when it bends and whne i… Knee pain with buckling could be many different things like: arthritis,…

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Cort, Health Guide, answered Can Exercise Cause Vaginal Discharge I really don't know. You might want to check with the IC Association and see if…

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