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Experts have found that a strong correlation between physical pain and levels of stress. If you experience higher stress levels, you most likely tend to have more physical pain as well. When you find ways to improve your stress, you’ll find that your physical pain will decrease.
While the Handy Cure/HandyRx laser unit works well for relieving pain for a variety of conditions, such as Fibromyalgia, on its own, you can increase the speed of your healing time by incorporating the other methods into your daily routine. Keep reading for some stress-reducing methods to use with your Handy Cure laser unit. These methods not only help reduce stress, but also help with physical ailments.
Yoga is an effective exercise that can help with many conditions. Not only does it help to improve posture, balance, stress levels, flexibility, arthritis, migraines, and lower back pain, it can also help with anxiety and depression. Most people find that after practising yoga twice a week for two months, their pain and stress levels was significantly reduced.
By talking out your anxieties, it not only decreases your stress levels, it also helps decrease your physical body pain as well. This therapy is also known as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. This pain relieving method will help pain that is triggered by stress or emotional turmoil, and relieve resulting symptoms when they flare up.
Acupuncture is great for rheumatoid arthritis osteoarthritis, chronic back pain, sciatica, fibromyalgia, and migraines. Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years, and works by strategically placing tiny needles into the skin to hit certain nerve ending, which relieves pain. The placement of the needles into different areas of the body help activate adenosine, which is an amino acid that is released naturally in the body after it has been injured to relieve pain. While there is no scientific consensus on the effectiveness of this method, many have found it to be a great way to relieve pain.
Massage therapy is great for several different conditions, including back pain, neck pain, osteoarthritis, post-surgery pain, and even headaches. Just like the Handy Cure, massage therapy helps heal inflammation in the joints and muscles. While this method feels great, it also helps to boost endorphin levels, which are your body’s natural painkillers. It also helps to boost serotonin levels, which helps regulate your mood and stress hormone levels. Since a lot of physical pain has been linked to stress, massage therapy will not only make your body feel better, but it will improve your mood as well.