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Frozen shoulder

When it becomes a challenge to do simple tasks such as combing your hair due to shoulder pain, you may be a victim of frozen shoulder. Frozen shoulder, also referred to as adhesive capsulitis, is a disorder characterized by the soreness and stiffness in the shoulder joint. Signs and symptoms of frozen shoulder often commence…

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Treating depression with massage

Feeling depressed occasionally is a normal reaction to life’s struggles, losses or failures. Depression is also common in people who feel lonely or those with injured self-esteems. However, feelings of misery can last from hours to days and even weeks. Depression typically affects your ability to function normally and focus on your daily life activities. Prolonged…

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Importance of proper breathing for your wellbeing

We already know that breathing is vital for life but since breathing takes place automatically, we rarely think about it. This is one of the main causes of fibromyalgia and other chronic pain conditions – people do not breathe properly and suffer from a myriad of health problems. People in pain tend to hold their…

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Fibromyalgia is characterized by the extensive musculoketal pain, which often occurs along with fatigue, muscle knots and cramping, sleep issues, digestive problems, headaches, skin irritation and problems associated with memory and mood. According to research, the disorder has a negative impact on the brain’s pain signals, causing a person to experience more pain than normal.…

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What are muscle cramps and how can you cope with the pain

Muscle cramps are sudden and involuntary contractions of one or more muscles in the body. If you have ever stopped midway during a leisurely jog in the park or have been awakened in the middle of the night due to a sudden and excruciating stabbing pain in any region of your body, you know you…

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What are Trigger points ?

Although some people may describe trigger points as merely tender areas in the muscles, this is half the truth. A key characteristic of a trigger point is that it is tender to touch but all tender areas aren’t necessarily trigger points. If a particular area of a muscle feels tender but does not possess other…

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