Pain is an uncomfortable feeling that occurs when something in the body is causing irritation, inflammation, or damage. It can be caused by different factors, including injury, illness, decreased blood supply to tissues, and interference with the natural healing processes.
There are many things we do every day that can lead to pain. If you’re sitting too long at your desk. For example, you may start to experience pain in your hips and back. If you’re prone to colds or sinus infections. Taking a daily vitamin may help to keep your sinuses healthy and prevent infection-related pain.
If you have arthritis or other joint problems, more active movement and exercise may help to ease your symptoms. While pain can be unavoidable for some people, there are ways to minimize its impact on your life. By being mindful of how you sit, stand, and move throughout the day and trying out new and healthier habits, you can take small steps toward reducing the amount of tension in your body that leads to pain.
The first thing that we do every day is stand up. We have to stand up in order to live. But standing all day long can cause pain in the knees and lower back. Standing for too long can also increase the likelihood of developing blood clots because standing puts a lot of pressure on the legs. And if you sit for too long, it can also cause pain in the hips, lower back, and knees.
Different types of pain that you can avoid.
Below are some things that you can do to avoid the different types of pain that we are experiencing every day.
How to avoid back pain: If you have to sit down for a long time, try to get up every hour or so. Or try taking frequent breaks from your workstation. You might also want to sit on a stand or stool with wheels, so you can move around while you’re working.
How to avoid knee pain: Try to walk around as much as possible when you’re at work, even if it’s just a short walk from one part of your workstation to another. If possible, try switching between sitting and standing while you’re at work.
How to avoid hip pain: Take regular breaks throughout the day and try not to spend too much time sitting down at one time.
I hope you are having a great Saturday. Up here in Canada, it is Victoria Day Long Weekend. It is a weekend full of fun with the family and it is the unofficial start of summer in Canada.
Now, for what I have for you today.
Sue Hitzmann on chronic pain and what you can do to treat it on your own.
I have a new video interview with Sue Hitzmann. Sue is another crusader against pain. I have been following her work for years and I am so happy that I had the chance to interview her. Sue will share with you valuable information about chronic pain and what you can do to treat it on your own.
Check out the video below to know more.
Rick Kaselj, MS
CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video.
In the above interview, you will discover:
- Who is Sue Hitzmann?
- What is Chronic Pain?
- Chronic Pain Statistics in the US
- What is sudden chronic pain and how it occurs?
- Misconceptions about pain assessments
- Things that we do that cause Chronic Pain
- The role of Fascial Connective Tissue in understanding pain
- Self-care when it comes to the connective tissue system
I hope you enjoyed the interview.
Take care and have a great day.
Rick Kaselj, MS
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