7 Everyday Activities that SURPRISINGLY Cause Back Pain

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Up to 84 percent of Americans will suffer from low back pain at some point during their lives.[i] Sometimes there’s an obvious precursor to the pain, like a car accident or arthritis … but much more often, there is not. The pain is labeled “non-specific” back pain in these cases, which is another way of […]

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PMS and Back Pain

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By Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS It’s no secret that many women suffer through their monthly periods, experiencing cramps, bloating, and lower back pain, to name just a few. But a large number of them – estimated at anywhere from 30 to 90 percent – also endure the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Most women feel […]

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The Healing Power of Enzymes

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Also, as a way of saying thank you, we’d like to give you a free copy of an audio interview we did with Nena Dockery on Systemic Enzymes. Simply click on the play button below to listen. We hope you find the interview informative and helpful. Click The Start Button to Listen…

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Dr. Thompson Recommends Mineral Analysis

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Did you know that 72% of your body weight is water? So, if you weigh 150 pounds, you’ve got 108 pounds of water in your body. Because we’re comprised of so much water, everything we put in our bodies must be water-soluble, or have a specific transport mechanism to be absorbed. The remainder of your […]

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Standing Can Reduce Back Pain?

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Anyone who works at a desk for a living knows how difficult it is to maintain proper posture, and thereby avoid back pain as a result. Others, like truck drivers and sales people who spend long hours in the car or on planes also know this well. Prolonged sitting puts a strain on the lumbar […]

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The Myths, Lies & True Causes of Arthritis

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There are three big myths surrounding arthritis. Myth #1: Chronic joint pain is a part of aging and only affects the elderly – If you look around it is easy to see how this myth formed and took hold. There are plenty of elderly afflicted with arthritic conditions. But by keeping the immune system strong […]

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The Myths, Lies & True Causes of Cancer

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The biggest myth of cancer is that tumors are cancer. That doesn’t tell the whole story. Tumors are actually a SYMPTOM of cancer. And that means destroying them (via surgery, chemotherapy, or other means) doesn’t not address the root problem. Think of it like a kid blowing soap bubbles. You could pop bubble after bubble […]

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The Myths, Lies &True Causes of Fibromyalgia

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The problem with fibromyalgia is that it is used when doctors can’t identify a clear medical problem. They know something is wrong, but they just can’t get a bead on it. Because of this “murky” diagnosis, it is tough separate the fact from the fiction when it comes to Fibromyalgia. But one of the biggest […]

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The Myths, Lies & True Causes of Migraines

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Like an avalanche barreling down the side of a mountain, some problems in life can’t be stopped. For these, the only way to stop them from occurring is with prevention long beforehand. So it goes with migraines. That’s why you should be skeptical of anything that promises to get rid of your migraine while it […]

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The Myths, Lies & True Causes of Chronic Back Pain

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There are six dangerous myths about back pain floating around, starting with… Myth #1: You “Throw Out” Your Back – Physical activity can trigger a pain episode, but by itself, it isn’t the underlying cause. If your back is in a compromised state something as simple as picking up a pencil, or sneezing can be […]

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