Neuropathy and Chronic Pain Blog
Have you ever started the New Year with a healthy goal and then fallen flat of your face? Well guess what, so have millions...billions of others all around the world. In fact, we all want to have the best expectations of ourselves, but too often, stress and the work...
One key to avoiding holiday stress is knowing that it’s okay just to say, “No, I’m not participating.”
Don’t Take a Vacation from Holiday Self Care! The holiday season can be a stressful time for anyone, whether it’s the positive stress of gathering with loved ones or a more negative experience due to personal hardships.
Pay particular attention to your body during the holidays, and Handling The Holiday “Stress-a-Thon” Even for the healthy, the holidays can be incredibly stressful. Some surveys have even found that people are more stressed by the period between Thanksgiving and...
Stopping chronic pain requires diligence and an actionable plan for you to follow. Did you know that approximately one fourth of the entire population of United States suffers from some form of chronic pain?
Some people have never heard of metabolic syndrome. Although, you may know it by another name. Perhaps, you’re more familiar with the term pre-diabetes. If so, then you know this is a precursor stage for the development of full-blown diabetes. That’s when your health...
It’s no secret, most of life’s issues can be dealt with more effectively by having a clear strategy
Meditation is a free wellness tool with enormous benefits when done daily that you can use anytime and anywhere.
Let’s talk about Optimistic Ways to Take Care of Your Brain: Our brain is the most important organ in the human body. It controls and coordinates actions and reactions of a body, it allows us to think and feel, and it enables us to have memories and feelings. It helps in self monitoring, attention, concentration, awareness, personality building and many more functions. It basically makes us human.
Treating Chronic Pain with TLC: Why Emotional Support is Vital (and How to Ask for the Help You Need)
Although we don’t talk about this often enough your personal chronic pain support network may be equally as important to your health as your medical treatment team—or any kind of supplemental therapies.