Many people mistakenly believe that the only way to treat chronic pain is by taking painkillers, says Stanford pain psychologist Beth Darnall, Ph.D. She believes there is a better way to manage pain that doesn’t involve pills. In her new book, The Opioid-Free Pain Relief Kit: 10 Simple Steps to Ease Your Pain, she outlines a plan to empower chronic pain sufferers to gain control over their pain.
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Although I am not an advocate of relying on supplements to get proper nutrition (I always recommend food, first and foremost), they can be extremely helpful in our toxic and stress-filled lives, and especially when needing to target specific issues.
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Cupping, taping, acupuncture, massage… anything for the competitive advantage, as seen quite visibly on Michael Phelps’ cupping marks in this year’s Olympic games. The world’s top men’s swimmer is one of the most well known elite athletes reaching to alternative therapies left and right. Other highly visible Olympians using unconventional performance boosters include beach volleyball players and their brightly colored physio-tape.