Last month we discussed what you can eliminate from your diet to increase inflammation and, subsequently pain. This month we're going to talk about some things to add that can serve the same purpose!
1. Vitamin D
Studies suggest that vitamin D can help combat chronic pain, nevermind how vital it is to everyday health. Our bodies create vitamin D in response to exposure to sunligh, but most of us don't create enough. Supplementation can be the best choice.
Vitamin D: A Possible Solution to Chronic Pain
Vitamin D Supplementaion for Patients With Chronic Pain
Chronic Pain: Does Vitamin D Help?
It's been established that inflammation leads to pain. This sells many over the counter anti-inflammatories every year. A common herb, turmeric, is proven to decrease inflammation and may also combat cancer!
Turmeric Works Better Than Drugs for Rheumatoid Arthritis
How Good is Turmeric For Pain?
Alleviate Joint Pain with Turmeric
Magnesium is a relatively well known nutrient, often associated with calcium absorption. It is also an excellent muscle relaxant and has been shown to help decrease pain levels.
Magnesium for Pain
The Miracle of Magnesium
Magnesium Could Keep Your Muscles Free From Pain
There are many more supplements on the market that can help decrease and manage your pain levels. The important thing is to find what works for your particular condition.
*Sore No More! is not a licensed physician. All information on this blog is researched by our staff and is subject to inaccuracies. No information found here should be used in the place of advice from your doctor. *
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