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Monthly Archive for October, 2009

Back pain is often caused by posture.  When your posture collapses–you “fall forward” with your head leading the rest of the group–the muscles in your chest get short and tight.  That makes it hard to breathe, hard to hold your head up, hard to have good posture. At the same time, the muscles in your […]

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Does walking cause back pain?  You bet it can!  It also causes pain in your hips and pelvis IF you don’t move the way your body was designed to move. Every week I do another episode of Pain Relief Radio.  Today we talked about how to walk to prevent or get rid of back pain.  […]

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How can yoga help relieve your headaches?  Oh, let me count the ways: It relaxes the muscles around your chest, ribs, shoulders and neck.  These are the same muscles that get tight and cause headache symptoms. Yoga helps reduce your stress.  When you’re feeling all stressed, your muscles “clamp down” on nerves that go to […]

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Do vitamins and minerals cause muscle pain?  They do if you don’t have enough! You have a smart body and it wants to be well.  In order for that to happen, you must provide everything it needs.  Some of its needs are small–like vitamins and minerals are–but so, so necessary for your muscles (and brain) […]

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Got muscle pain?  You can get answers for your questions–even the questions you didn’t know you had–at Pain Relief Radio.com.  And don’t worry if you can’t listen live.  The replays are always up within minutes so you can listen at your leisure. Muscle pain happens for reasons. On this Internet radio show, I’ll share those […]

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Muscle pain starts when we stop moving.  When you were a little child you were always moving.  You used all of your muscles all of the time…unless you were asleep.   Maybe even then. As you grew you stopped using all of your muscles and that was the start of aches, pain and dysfunction. Here’s a […]

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