When back pain hits, you want relief — now. Fortunately, a few home remedies can help your back feel better.
Chronic pain is different from acute pain. Understanding the difference and common causes can help you manage and find the right treatment for them.
There’s a natural reason why you wake up with stiff joints. But don’t ignore that creakiness. If it lingers, it may signal a larger issue.
Getting a steroid injection in your back is a pretty big step. It can ease symptoms for months, years or — if you’re one of the lucky ones — for good. That makes it all the more upsetting if it doesn’t help at all or only helps a few days. Find out why that happens, and what to do if it happens to you.
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Does your back, neck or shoulder ache when you get up in the morning? Rest easier with these tips for best sleeping positions.
If chronic pain and fatigue make you want to stay in bed a lot of the time, you may have fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome. Learn why it’s important to get a diagnosis and how these conditions are treated and managed.
The dangers of delta-8 and questions of legality have sparked an interest in the specific chemical compound found in cannabis. But should you try it?
Can changing weather cause joint pain? Absolutely — but that doesn’t mean you have to hurt. Try these tips to feel better.
Does the weather seem to bring on a migraine? You’re not imagining it. The fall in barometric pressure may be to blame. But there are steps you can take to minimize the effects.
When you have aches and pain, you might find yourself reaching for a bottle of pain relievers more than you’d like. But there’s a free and simple way to reduce those aches: Meditation.