Here are four ways you can naturally reduce overall inflammation in your body and thus reduce chronic pain.
Recent research has cited pickle juice (yes, pickle juice) as an exciting and potentially fast-working solution for muscle cramps. So can the latest trend in peculiar pops work in your favor?
If you have heartburn or acid reflux, you might swear by the quick relief you get from your antacid. But if you’re taking a particular class of heartburn drugs, you may be doing more harm than good.
Recent research shows that senior adults doing chair yoga can experience a reduction in pain, fatigue and pain interference. Chair yoga can help them function better and enjoy their lives more.
If you're one of the many who think vitamin D is only good for your bones, you might be pleasantly surprised to learn that deficiency of this "sunshine vitamin" is associated with back, knee and abdominal pain.
It’s not uncommon for people with arthritis, back pain or other chronic pain to reach for over-the-counter drugs like acetaminophen and ibuprofen several times a day.
You don't have to rely on pain medications, there are natural ways of managing your pain.
There are two secrets you need to know to healing joint pain from the inside out.
A recently published review finds that acupuncture outperforms traditional treatment for chronic pain.
Wearing wool during the day, and using wool sheets and wool pillowcases on your bedding, can dramatically reduce fibromyalgia-related pain!