Home Remedies for Nerve Pain
Most people with nerve pain say medication provides only partial relief. WebMD provides tips for home treatment and self-care for neuropathic pain.
What Are OTC Anti-Inflammation Drugs?
Anti-inflammatory drugs called NSAIDs are commonly used to treat chronic pain. WebMD provides an overview of NSAIDs, including their risks, benefits, and side effects.
What Is the Placebo Effect?
WebMD explains what the placebo effect is, how it works, and its potential benefits for medical treatment.
Having arthritis can make it hard to do many simple tasks in the office, from holding a pen to typing to opening a door. Using simple tools and gadgets can help ease your frustration and allow you to work more comfortably.
Use Topical Meds
Learn more from WebMD about pain-relieving topical meds such as gels, creams, and patches.
Studies show that some supplements may help relieve and control pain. Find out from WebMD which supplements may be right for you and what you should talk about with your doctor before you take them.
Biofeedback may help you reduce stress, manage pain, and relax. WebMD tells you about biofeedback techniques.
The better the quality of your sleep, the better able you are to manage back and neck pain. WebMD helps you get the sleep you need with these tips for improving your sleep environment.
Electrotherapy uses electrical currents to help minimize nerve pain. Find out from WebMD if it might be right for you.
Sleep aids might be necessary if chronic pain is keeping you awake at night. WebMD offers tips for getting adequate sleep so you can manage your pain.