Relieve Chronic Pain

There is hope for relieving your chronic pain, allowing you to remain active in the coming years.

In fact, natural remedies are available that address these issues, in addition to effective ways to maintain strong bones and a flexible body. We all know that as we age, our susceptibility to joint pain, back pain, and neck, shoulder, and knee pain increases. Wear and tear is normal, but I’m here to tell you that you do not have to accept the prospect of living with pain for the rest of your life.

The causes of pain as we age are not all age-related. In fact, many of them can be addressed through changes in nutrition and daily movement. You can retain far more mobility and pain free movement than you may think. So don’t take that tennis racket to goodwill just yet!

Here, explore strategies on how to prevent arthritis, resolve chronic inflammation, strengthen your muscles, tendons and ligaments. Learn about healing foods, powerful supplements, lifestyle and proper exercise, all designed to keep you pain-free, mobile and active as you age.

Chronic Pain: What to Eat and What to Avoid

When you are suffering with chronic pain, you feel desperate to find relief. If you’re like the thousands of people I’ve helped, you’re also seeking natural solutions for your pain – something that solves the problem once and for all, so your chronic pain becomes a thing of the past. When Does Pain Become Chronic…

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Video – Did You Know That Degenerative Arthritis is NOT a Result of “Just Getting Older?” Find out what’s really causing your joint pain, AND what you can do about it.

Dr. Kathleen Perry: Do you ever catch yourself saying “UGH! I can’t remember what I did yesterday! Maybe I’m getting older…” or “My knees are aching, I must be getting older.” STOP saying that! The vast majority of health conditions that we, our culture, even our medical profession attributes to aging, have nothing to do…

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Three Simple Ways to Instantly Ease Your Chronic Pain

Resistance causes Stress. Sometimes that’s a good thing . . . Like when you do a sit-up. This resistance against gravity causes your abdominal muscles to become stronger, supporting your spine and improving your posture. But sometimes, when resistance causes stress it’s not such a good thing . . . When you were young, did…

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