Make Pain Meds Work
You likely take pain meds. Have you gotten complacent about how you use them? Brush up on the habits you need to help pain meds work. And make it a goal to pay attention to small acts that might be sabotaging your pain management.
Eat to Avoid Pain
Many people with migraines find that keeping a food diary helps identify which foods might trigger their headaches. WebMD tells you how to get started and which foods you may want to avoid.
Elbow pain may be caused by a sports injury or it could be a sign of arthritis, bursitis, gout, cellulitis or another condition. WebMD takes a look at the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of elbow pain.
Costochondritis is a painful condition caused by inflammation in the chest area. It can feel like a heart attack. Take a look at the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of this condition.
Do Hand Exercises
Hand exercises can help strengthen your hands and maintain flexibility and range of motion.
If non-surgical treatments for your nerve pain don't help, you may want to explore surgery. WebMD provides detail on various procedures that block nerve pain.
What you wear may be taking a toll on your back. WebMD shows you how to choose back-friendly accessories to reduce the risk of injury and pain.
Practicing yoga's postures and controlled breathing exercises can help you manage the pain of fibromyalgia and arthritis, and help reduce stress and anxiety. WebMD tells you more.
Do Tai Chi
The Chinese exercise called tai chi is a relaxing and pain-reducing practice that is especially helpful for people with joint pain.
Ease Stenosis Pain
Spinal stenosis causes pain by putting pressure on the spinal cord or nerves. WebMD tells you how to ease the pain through posture, exercise, rest, medications, or sometimes surgery.