Chronic Pain Blog Posts

6 Overlooked Remedies for Lower Back Pain Relief

Releasing endorphins, getting a good night's sleep, and other simple tips can help make living with low back more bearable. Here are 6 easy to implement remedies that are often overlooked.

Physical Activity can Improve Sleep and Mental Health

Exercise and staying active can help you achieve better sleep and better mental health.

Chronic Back Pain Relief: What You May Not Know

Chronic back pain affects most aspects of people's lives, but there are positive steps they can take to try to improve living with chronic pain.

How to Take Charge of Your Chronic Pain

Regardless of which medical treatments you are undergoing, it can always be helpful to understand your non-medical treatment options as an adjunct or a primary means to help manage your back condition. People often report that such techniques are very helpful in reducing chronic pain.

5 Realities of Living with Chronic Pain

Aside from the obvious problem with chronic pain, there are many other realities that are important to address. For those living with and enduring chronic pain, pass this along to your loved ones to help them understand and be supportive of you.

Chronic Pain: Beyond the Physical Impact

Our HealthRcovered forums moderator shares his story of living with chronic pain and the impact it has on mental health during this week's National Suicide Prevention Week.

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Designing an Exercise Program to Avoid Disuse Syndrome: The Who

To avoid disuse syndrome, you need to start exercising every day, and one way to be successful sticking to it is to design a strategic plan.

How Cooler Weather Affects Chronic Pain

As Chicago (the home base of HealthRcovered) deals with some chilly weather this week—and other cities also come to terms with the end of summer—an old, unanswered question comes to mind: Do changes in the weather bring on changes in chronic pain?

The Relationship Between Chronic Pain and Inactivity: The Disuse Syndrome

Disuse syndrome occurs when a person is sedentary, and it can effect all the systems in the body. Learn how it's linked to chronic pain and what you can do about it.

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