Chronic Pain

How You Can Relieve Chronic Pain Instantly, Without a Prescription?

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Many people use opiates, such as morphine, to relieve chronic pain. Recently there have been more conventional alternative methods for some specialists and their patients to relieve pain. The issues related with opiates is that after taking  the medication for a long period of time the patients will become tolerant of the medication requiring a dose increase over time. Another issue with opioids is that it brings some negative symptoms, for example, bowel blockage, queasiness, and the potential of an opiate addiction. Opiates are an intense medication and while they do relieve pain there might be a cost to pay...

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How can Cobra Venom Treatments help relieve the symptoms of MS Patients?

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MS, Multiple sclerosis (multiple means many and sclerosis means scar formation), is a chronic and an inflammatory disease of Central Nervous System (CNS). This disease was described by Charcot and Vulpane in 1886, by which 2.5 million people in the world have been affected. The inflammation in MS causes mutilation and forms plaques and lesions which are located in the white matter of CNS. Because of the inflammatory lesions, the myelin sheath is destroyed in the process of demyelination and when myelin is damaged, transmission of signals through nerves will slow down or destroyed. The loss of the myelin sheath...

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The opioid epidemic: Pills Pushed by Pharmaceutical Companies

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The death rate in America increases in 2015 due to an overdose of opioid painkillers, more than 32,000 people died because of this in just one year. That’s more than 36,000 people who died in car crashes, also more than 36,000 who died because of gun violence and 43,000 died due to HIV/AIDS during epidemic’s peak in 1995. But this time the death rate increase not because of illicit drugs epidemic but because of opioid painkillers which is a legal drug.   Dr. Janice Johnston’s once said that we physicians have always been taught TREAT THE PAIN, TREAT THE PAIN....

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Chronic Pain: The growing epidemic

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Chronic pain is pain that lasts for more than six months. Research indicates 11.2% of Americans have experienced some form of chronic pain daily for the past three months.   This pain has varying degrees. Some people only suffer from mild pain while others have excruciating pain. The pain can be continuous or episodic. It may be simply inconvenient for some while completely incapacitating for others. Why do people feel chronic pain? In people who suffer from chronic pain, the signals of pain remain entirely active in their nervous systems for months on end or even years. This is why...

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How does Tryptophan affect the body?

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An amino acid is an essential element and building block of protein. When we expend protein it is incorporated or separated into different amino acids then set up together again to frame new proteins that make up most strong parts of our body, skin, eyes, hair, and particularly muscle. In total there are 22 amino acids of various types. Out of these, 8 essential to our bodies while the 14 are considered non-essential. Through a balanced healthy diet, the essential of the 22 are mainly supplied to us adequately, a few of the nonessential have been found to be most...

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