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Regular Excercise Helps Reducing Diabetic Nerve Pain

Regular Excercise Helps Reducing Diabetic Nerve Pain

Regular exercise reduces the development of painful diabetic neuropathy in animals—apparently related to increased expression of a protective substance called “heat shock protein” 72 (Hsp72), reports an experimental study in the February issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, official journal of the International Anesthesia Research Society (IARS). The observations add to previous studies suggesting that “progressive […]

Hip Pain : Causes and Treatment

Hip Pain : Causes and Treatment

The hip joint is a major source of support for the body and, therefore, is  prone to injury and deterioration over time. There are also a number of injuries  and diseases that can cause hip pain and dysfunction. The hip is what is known as a ball-and-socket joint. The socket is part of  the pelvic […]

Excercise Can Reduce Chronic Muscular Pain

Excercise Can Reduce Chronic Muscular Pain

Since returning from the Persian Gulf, nearly 100,000 veterans of the first Gulf War (GVs) have reported numerous symptoms with no apparent medical explanation. A primary complaint of these individuals is chronic musculoskeletal pain (CMP). CMP symptoms in GVs are similar to those reported by patients with fibromyalgia (FM), but have not received equivalent scientific […]

Excercise:The Secret to Joint Pain Relief

Excercise:The Secret to Joint Pain Relief

Joint pain: it throbs, aches, and hurts. Quite likely, it makes you think twice about everyday tasks and pleasures like going for a brisk walk, lifting your grandchild or some grocery bags, chasing a tennis ball across the court, or driving a golf ball down the fairway. Sharp reminders of your limitations arrive thick and […]

Pain-Anxiety-Depression:The Inter-Relationship

Pain-Anxiety-Depression:The Inter-Relationship

Everyone experiences pain at some point, but for those with depression or anxiety, pain can become particularly intense and hard to treat. People suffering from depression, for example, tend to experience more severe and long-lasting pain than other people. The overlap of anxiety, depression, and pain is particularly evident in chronic and sometimes disabling pain […]