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Are there non-prescriptions ways of decreasing pain? by Deepak Chopra

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  • Are there non-prescriptions ways of decreasing pain? by Deepak Chopra

    Any form of physical exercise will reduce pain in almost every chronic illness. The reason is that exercise gives you an endorphin boost. Your brain secretes this hormone that has pain reliving properties.

    Other good ways to reduce physical pain is doing yoga and meditation. Good breathing techniques are very important and they are all extremely useful when tackling pain. Laughter, music, positive social interactions and gentle massage are also good ways to deal with pain.

    Common misconception is drinking alcohol, or smoking, which are not reducing pain, but rather make it works.

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    The pain is relieved after oil massage and heats. If pain isn't relieved, one should have to do hot water fast.

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      I recently read an interesting article about NSAIDís:
      They don't really name a solution though but some alternative medicine instead... Doesn't sound that good to me, what do you think?


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