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The Top 3 Methods to Release Chronic Pain: Meditation, Massage and Nutrition

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Massage_Therapy_to_Relieve_Chronic_Pain.jpgThere's a variety of ways to battle chronic pain. While modern science tends to encourage people to take pills, there are more natural ways to manage pain. In some cases, people incorporate natural pain relief methods with traditional medicine. The trick to pain management is finding a recipe that works for you. If you're interested in learning about natural ways to handle pain, check out these three methods below:

Meditation

By quieting the mind and body, studies show meditation can offer patients a way to control pain. Mindfulness meditation, where a person focuses on feelings and sensations, can help decrease stress and pain. There are differing schools of thought on the proper ways to meditate, but if you're interested you can research and find the one that is right for you.

Massage

Massage therapy focuses on a whole body approach to pain. If you suffer from chronic back pain, we will certainly spend some time easing those muscles, but the cause of your pain is likely stemming from other parts of your body. By focusing on the whole body and not just the site of the pain, patients become more aware of their body and where the pain stems from.

Nutrition

If you're carrying around excess weight, chronic pain may be a side effect. If you're looking to drop a few pounds and alleviate pain, talk with a nutritionist about eating healthy. You'll want to incorporate an exercise plan into your daily routine as well.

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