Natural Pain Relief
solves aches caused by everyday work or play
October 30th 2005
According to the Center
for Work and Health, thirteen percent of the total US workforce
experiences a loss in productive time due to common pain complaints.
Headache is the most common of these pain complaints, followed by back
The conclusion of the study? Pain is an inordinately common and
disabling condition in the US workforce. And while there are many
prescription medications available, recent scares about serious side
effects have brought natural pain relief remedies into the spotlight.
Most of the pain-related lost productive time occurs while employees are
at work and is in the form of reduced performance. Using a prescription
remedy can contribute to this reduced performance as they tend to dull
your senses. Many Americans prefer a natural pain relief remedy in order
to stay alert.
The activities that are causing this
pain are not necessarily strenuous - they can occur as a result of our
day-to-day work or play. A person sitting in a badly designed office
chair all day can easily end up with agonizing lower back pain. A nurse
lifting an obese patient in the normal routine of her day sometimes ends
up as a patient herself with lower back problems. A computer programmer
or web designer can develop painful carpal tunnel syndrome.
Strenuous sports carry an even greater risk when muscles, joints,
tendons and cartilage are put under abnormal strain. Ask any wrestler,
baseball, basketball or soccer player whether they have ever had a sore
back or muscle pain and almost a hundred percent will admit to having
had at least some severe muscle pain.
The technology of 'working out' is based on the fact that to build
muscle by exercising, we actually break down muscle, and when it
regenerates it is stronger than it was before. It is this breaking down
process that causes the soreness and stiffness that led to the old 'no
pain, no gain' philosophy.
Watch someone who is not a regular equestrian after being out for an
unfamiliarly long horse ride and watch his or her strange walk for a few
days. We find it amusing to see, but they are experiencing extreme pain
in muscles they never knew they had.
Prescription painkillers certainly do suppress the pain, but apart from
the frightening side effects, they also lower one's awareness and
alertness making work more difficult and lessening one's competitive
After many years of study and research combining the best of the natural
alternatives with the latest technology there are now completely safe
and natural pain relief remedies that can keep you on top of your game -
at work or play.
By Judy Cutler
Judy is a nutritionist and developer of "Naturally
Painless", an effective
pain relief remedy that blends the wisdom of the ancients with 21st
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