Chronic pain relief – Applying natural anti-inflammatory methods.

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The paradox is that to relieve chronic pain, it is necessary to reduce the chronic inflammation that causes it. The self-healing method allows pain relief while recovering from the illness.

Pain.

Chronic pain severely impairs the quality of life of people. Thus, people tend to turn to the most straightforward solution: taking painkillers, steroids, and more. The problem is that these do not treat the causes of the disease but only the symptoms. The patient becomes dependent on drugs and perpetuates the disease! All medicines (especially non-herbal ones) have side effects and health damage in prolonged use.

 

The self-healing method is anti-inflammatory and works on the causes of pain, not its symptoms.

Link: Alleviating chronic pain using anti-inflammatory methods.

The mental-emotional state has a significant effect on the level of pain. (Separate discussion) The disadvantage of this method is that it is slower than medications and requires patience and perseverance. Each technique described in detail in the Natural Therapies chapter effectively reduces pain. NATURAL THERAPIES.

The broad suggested definitions (without using synonyms) of inflammation and physical pain mirror each other.

Link: |Pain (Wikipedia)

If you look for definitions for physical pain, you will find that they are not uniform. My suggested definitions: 

LinkSubjective pain scale and the objective pain level.

  • "Inflammation - is a short or continuous immune response caused by temporary or permanent cell damage intended to rehabilitate the damaged tissue." 
  • "Physical pain - is a short or continuous alarm sensation caused by temporary or permanent cell damage (above a certain threshold) in tissue with sensory nerves (nociceptors)." Pain is a part of the self-defense mechanism. 

 

List of primary anti-inflammatory methods and their impact.

1 Cleansing the Liver, Gallbladder, Intestines, and Kidneys. (The effect is relatively fast.)

2 Anti-inflammatory nutrition. (The effect is relatively slow.)

3 Herbs and various supplements. (The effect is relatively slow.)

4 Other anti-inflammatory therapies. (The effect is relatively fast.)

  • Although acupuncture can be painful, it effectively relieves pain. (A series of treatments is usually required.)
  • Massage, reflexology, and moderate exercise can often alleviate mild chronic pain.
  • Direct and controlled sun exposure has analgesic properties. Vitamin D3 is critical to the proper functioning of the immune system. (superior to any supplement)
  • Cupping therapy, Scraping (Chinese Gua-sha), Dipping feet in ginger water, and Medical leeches.
  • Deep breathing techniques for pain relief - preferably learned in a yoga workshop.

 

Summary and recommendations. 

Specialization in pain medicine has become popular and in demand, especially for chronic disease patients.

  • Unfortunately, pain medicine does not cure anything; it only temporarily relieves the pain while perpetuating the drug treatment and at the cost of many complications and side effects.

Pain treatment using the self-healing method is much slower than painkillers, so it is mainly suitable for chronic pain. However, it treats the causes of the disease and not just the pain.

 

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Frequently asked questions and answers:
What is the primary cause of chronic pain?
The answer lies in the definition of physical pain. "Physical pain - is a short or continuous alarm sensation caused by temporary or permanent cell damage (above a certain threshold) in tissue with sensory nerves (nociceptors)." Pain is a part of the self-defense mechanism.
Why are painkillers and steroids ineffective over time?
Medicines and steroids have side effects in prolonged use and are not intended to cure the disease in the first place but only to alleviate the symptoms.
What is the paradox of chronic pain relief?
The paradox is that the disease must be cured to relieve the pain. It is often a rather lengthy process that people despair of and return to drug treatment that perpetuates their condition.
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Chronic pain relief – Applying natural anti-inflammatory methods.
1. Why is there a close relationship between pain and inflammation?
"Inflammation - is a short or continuous immune response caused by temporary or permanent cell damage (above a certain threshold)" intended to rehabilitate the damaged tissue." "Physical pain - is a short or continuous alarm sensation caused by temporary or permanent cell damage (above a certain threshold) in tissue with sensory nerves (nociceptors)." Pain is a part of the self-defense mechanism.
 
 
 
 
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A more detailed explanation:
1. The most suitable answer is answer number 4.
Pain and discomfort accompany us all from the day we are born until death. At the same time, you will find no uniformity in the definitions and no transparent methodology for measuring "objective pain."
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