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Chronic pain is something that no one should have to suffer from, yet 50 million Americans do. But new research can help put an end to that. Relief at Lastis a comprehensive guide that exposes the root causes of more than 60 common conditionsfrom tendinitis to heartburn to fibromyalgiaand helps readers find immediate relief from pain, in addition to everyday strategies to permanently alleviate ailments of the joints, muscles, and other achy body parts. So that readers don't need to wade through the staggering amount of contradictory information about what's safe and what's effective, Relief at Lastpresents the latest doctor-reviewed research to provide an overview of where and why pain begins, and then put that knowledge to use in determining the best way to say goodbye to it foreverusing proven combinations of conventional and complementary therapies. Pain is different for every individual. With the knowledge provided in Relief at Lastand an easy-to-use pain diary to track success, readers will equip themselves with all the tools needed to manage flare ups and find a customized solution to reduce their pain over the long term.
Sar Harrar, is a freelance writer specializing in health, medicine, and science. She has written for national magazines including O-Oprah Magazine, Reader's Digest, Women's Health, Fitness, and many more. Sari is a former health news editor for Prevention magazine and was a newspaper reporter for more than a decade. She lives in Pennsylvania with her family.
Table of Contents
|Therapies for Pain-Free Living|
|You Don't Have to Hurt||p. 3|
|Food and Supplements||p. 19|
|Exercise and Movement Therapies||p. 29|
|Touch Therapies||p. 38|
|Mind-Body Therapies||p. 46|
|Using Pain Medications and Medical Treatments Wisely||p. 60|
|Head Pain||p. 79|
|Tension headaches||p. 92|
|Sinus headaches||p. 104|
|Face, Mouth, and Respiratory System Pain||p. 111|
|Sinusitis and sinus infection||p. 112|
|Temporomandibular disorders (TMD)||p. 120|
|Dental pain and tooth sensitivity||p. 131|
|Burning mouth syndrome||p. 138|
|Back, Neck, and Shoulder Pain||p. 146|
|Strains and sprains|
|Scoliosis and kyphosis|
|Knee, Leg, and Foot Pain||p. 173|
|Peripheral vascular disease and peripheral artery disease||p. 174|
|Achilles tendinitis and other ankle pain||p. 180|
|Plantar fasciitis||p. 186|
|Bunions and corns||p. 198|
|Flat feet and fallen arches||p. 204|
|Morton's neuroma||p. 208|
|Arthritis and Joint Pain||p. 213|
|Rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis||p. 235|
|Adult Still's disease||p. 245|
|Ankylosing spondylitis||p. 250|
|Sports and Overuse Injuries||p. 255|
|Bursitis and tendinitis||p. 256|
|Carpal tunnel syndrome||p. 262|
|Stress fractures and metatarsal injuries||p. 269|
|Rotator cuff injuries and impingement syndrome||p. 274|
|Myofascial pain||p. 279|
|Patellofemoral pain syndrome||p. 284|
|Pelvic Pain||p. 289|
|Menstrual cramps||p. 290|
|Pelvic inflammatory disease||p. 320|
|Insterstitial cystitis/ Painful bladder syndrome||p. 324|
|Chronic prostatitis/Chronic pelvic pain in men||p. 333|
|Digestive and Gastrointestinal Pain||p. 343|
|Heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)||p. 344|
|Irritable bowel syndrome||p. 372|
|Kidney stones||p. 392|
|Inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn's disease, and ulcerative colitis||p. 400|
|Nerve Pain||p. 416|
|Diabetic neuropathy Shingles Lyme disease|
|Trigeminal neuralgia and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)|
|Cancer Pain||p. 432|
|Bone, nerve, organ, or muscle pain|
|Mystery and Bodywide Pain||p. 454|
|Chronic fatigue syndrome||p. 455|
|Mystery pain and functional somatic syndromes||p. 479|
|Tools for Pain-Free Living|
|Pain Diary and Pain Scales||p. 490|
|Exercise Routines||p. 496|
|Finding Resources||p. 508|
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