Life is not always easy - rather it is a roller coaster of ups and downs. We climb one figurative mountain just to sit and rest a while and then embark on another. Pain and suffering are thus an inevitable part of life. They cannot be avoided. Without these former two aspects of life we would not grow in character become more spiritually awake and sound or emotionally fit.
Pain can be caused by injury, illness or mental disease. It can really hurt and make you uncomfortable. It could be chronic pain which is a continual pain. The other aches category is acute which can be treated and is gone. Doctors help find what the reasons are for the pain. These help them determine the best pain management approach. Someone could be injured or ill such as from a trauma, illnesses, and surgery or suffer from blood pressure or heart rate issues that damage the body.
Up until a few years ago fibromyalgia wasn't even considered a medical disease. It fell under the "it's all in your head" category. Thankfully, things such as chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia are now being recognized as serious problems. But most doctors and health care providers have no idea how to treat fibromyalgia. Some have their own theories, such as using guaifenesin or using chiropractic care, but most people who have fibromyalgia don't get better and they only get momentary relief.
Winter is a long and dreaded season for most of us because it brings severe joint and body aches that make us cringe in pain. Heavy snow and freezing temperatures tend to cause various cold-related painful conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, sinusitis, carpel tunnel syndrome or knee joint pain that can directly affect your daily activities.
Shoulder Pain can be caused by a wide range of injuries or conditions. The shoulder joint itself is an extremely mobile joint with very low stability, leaving it open to injuries such as dislocations. The shoulder girdle (the joint itself, plus the AC joint, Scapula and surrounding muscles/ligaments/tendons) is also heavily involved in upper back and neck posture and so postural problems and muscle imbalances are also common shoulder issues.
Custom and Prefabricated TLSOs Definition of a "T.L.S.O." A T.L.S.O. is an acronym that stands for, thoracic, lumbar, sacral orthosis. Orthosis in this context is a fancy word for brace. - Essentially, this kind of brace helps to support your spine from just under your clavicle down to where your legs meet your body when you sit. There are different versions of this kind of brace, such as a low profile, mid profile and high profile design.
Anesthesiology is a part of Medical science, which is the study of different pain reliving medical procedures and drugs that are given to patients who suffer severe pain during surgical procedures. This includes pre and post surgical pain relief procedures. Anesthesiology is the practice of medicine dedicated to the relief of pain and total care of the surgical patient before, during and after surgery.
My aunt was always plagued with joint pain. Whether it was her hands, her knees or her hip, the pain just never seemed to go away. Doctors and specialists could not figure out what medical condition that she could possibly be suffering from. It was horrible watching her suffer from joint pain without any relief day after day. It seemed almost impossible to diagnose her condition and without a proper diagnosis it was impossible for her to receive the proper treatment!
What is sleep apnea? Of course, that is the scientific term and it is less likely that you can understand that. In common words that you can understand, it is the disorder in which you stop breathing in your sleep. This happen frequently and duration can last up to 10 seconds. Sometimes, this can lead to serious injuries from strokes or possibly even death.
Do you suffer with Osteoarthritis? If so, do you self medicate with over-the-counter medication? Have you been doing that for a while or whenever you experience a "flair-up" in your condition? Well, this is going to be an important article for you to read, as you may be interested in the short-tern and long-term effects of taking these medications.