Chronic Pain Mangement

Chronic Pain Management Resources

The US Health Corps Team have supplied links to these resources on CHRONIC PAIN
The Science of Sleep: How Healthy Sleeping Habits Can Reduce Chronic Pain
We all know that a full night of sleep is important to our health. New research shows that it can also be effective in reducing chronic pain.

Drug-Free Remedies for Chronic Pain
There are several treatment options available that don't require a prescription or even a trip to the doctor. This reference sheet from AARP lists some natural ways of relieving pain.

The 45 Warning Signs of Prescription Drug Abuse
For many, medication is an essential part of pain management — unfortunately, some people become addicted to their prescriptions. This article discusses the critical signs of prescription drug abuse to watch out for.

Chronic PainManaging Chronic Pain: How Psychologists Can Help with Pain Management
Physical pain can have a profound effect on our emotional well-being, especially for those who have experienced it long-term. This article sheds light on how speaking to a professional may have a positive impact on our overall health.

Caring for Those in Chronic Pain: How Spouses Cope
Most people who suffer from physical pain rely on their loved ones for support. For those who provide full-time care for someone in a fragile condition, it's important to take care of not only the ailing loved one, but themselves as well. Lynn and Seth's story is an inspirational example of this balance.

The Ultimate Guide to Home Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities
For those whose chronic pain stems from a physical disability, there are several ways to make the home a safer, more comfortable place to live. Many of the modifications outlined in this guide can also help seniors suffering from pain.

The 5 Best Exercises for Chronic Pain
This article discusses how moderate, low-impact physical activity can help reduce pain, and provides ideas on how to get started — no rigid workout regimen required!

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