#1 Way To Decrease Chronic Pain Naturally?

Chronic pain can be disabling. It can interfere with how you move, sleep, concentrate, relate to others, and do your job.

According to the 2016 National Health Interview Survey, 1 in 5 Americans suffers from chronic pain. That means 50 million people deal with chronic pain and about 8% of them say that chronic pain wreaks havoc by interfering with their daily activities.

Chronic pain may be related to Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Back Pain, Headaches, Migraines, and the list can go on.

Chronic pain is pain lasting longer than 3 months.

Can you imagine not being able to sleep through the night because your pain wakes you up when every time you try to change position?

What if you’ve been diagnosed with an invisible condition like fibromyalgia where it hurts to walk more than 100 feet but because you don’t use a walker or cane, people don’t understand why you park in a handicap parking space?

Can you see picture yourself fighting the physical back pain caused by repeated jumps from airplanes in the military along with the mental pain of reliving moments in a war zone?

Chronic pain is real so what is the #1 way to decrease chronic pain naturally?

 

Exercise.

What? You have got to be kidding!

If I hurt and don’t want to move, then how can I exercise?

Exercise can be the answer. The key is the right kind of exercise.

The benefits of exercise are numerous:

  • Helps maintain a healthy body weight 
  • Encourages a healthy cardiovascular system 
  • Facilitates improvements with circulation 
  • Improves joint range of motion 
  • Improves muscle flexibility 
  • Increases muscle mass and strength 
  • Increases balance and coordination 
  • Releases natural painkillers in the brain called endorphins and enkephalins
  • Helps decrease feelings of depression
  • May boost confidence and self-esteem due to a sense of accomplishment from a workout
  • Helps relieve stress
  • May improve sleep
  • May increase mental clarity

I encourage you to read through this list of benefits again.

What if a commercial listed all these benefits for prescription medicine?

Would you pop the pill to decrease pain and feel better?

It’s so easy to swallow a pill, inhale a drug, or drink alcohol to mask the pain. Yet, the consequences of these actions not only can be harmful because of side effects but these actions can kill you.

I don’t mean to be blunt. Getting rid of chronic pain or decreasing it to a significantly lower level is not easy BUT IT CAN BE DONE!

And, it can be done through EXERCISE!

If you’ve had chronic pain for years, exercising for 1 week probably won’t take all your pain away.

If you have chronic conditions that have triggers that cause acute flare-ups, exercise alone may not take away all your pain.

However, if exercise can reduce your pain by 50%, then what would you feel like? What would you be able to do? How would that change your life?

Exercise can be THE GAMECHANGER

The RIGHT EXERCISE could be the RIGHT MEDICINE to put you on a road to recovery.

If you want to know what the BEST EXERCISE for you is, then Click Here: https://dewittptwellness.mykajabi.com/free-discovery-session 

to start a conversation and discover your next steps to decreasing pain, managing flare-ups, and feeling better faster

 

To Your Best Health,

Dr. Jeanette

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