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Tips for Drug-Free Pain Relief

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Tuesday, 26 June 2018 04:28 PM Current | Bio | Archive

As you may already know, medications that relieve pain also come with dangerous side effects. Here are some steps you can use to reduce chronic pain naturally:

• If you suffer from arthritis or other types of joint pain, lose weight. As the rates of obesity have gone up, so have arthritis, and excess weight is a common culprit.

• Try eliminating gluten from your diet, as gluten can result in inflammation, which translates to chronic pain.

• Products that contain milk protein also have been linked to inflammation-caused pain.

• Drink a small glass of cherry juice or eat a handful of cherries daily. Multiple studies have found that antioxidant-rich cherries can also help lower pain-causing inflammation.

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