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Muscles get “stuck” in the positions that we use the most. Doesn’t matter whether the position makes you feel good or not-so-good. Muscles become “comfortable” in the positions they’re used to. Doesn’t matter to them whether YOU are happy or not! Rolling your shoulders is one way to get your shoulder muscles back into balance. […]

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If you are suffering with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, I have some excellent options for natural help for you.  What is “natural” help?  It means working WITH your body to relieve your symptoms. What are symptoms?  Your pain, tingling, numbness, headaches, sleeplessness, knots in your back and more; all of those are symptoms. Your doctor may […]

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“Four years ago when I was diagnosed with MS I also got the terrifying news that my life expectancy is 2yrs. Knowing what is actually wrong with me I immediately thought no way, who said so? God did not say it so I don’t believe it! I was in a wheelchair, could not walk, talk properly, read a book, focus on touching things. My brain told me to pick up that pen but my body did not want to.”

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When muscle pain won’t go away, trigger points are the most likely cause. Trigger points can be treated and then muscle pain goes away.

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There is a set of muscles on each side of your neck that can cause pain in your upper back, arm, wrist and hand.  Those muscles are called the scalenes. If the “knot” between your spine and shoulder blade “won’t” go away, blame the scalene muscles.  It can’t go away until the scalene muscles are […]

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Trigger points are a type of really crabby spasm in your muscles or other soft tissues.  Trigger points “trigger” (cause) pain and symptoms like weakness, tingling and numbness in other parts of your body, sometimes at quite a distance. When I was getting a presentation ready about the causes of trigger points. I realized that […]

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In my land of “the way things ought to be,” we would all be in perfect physical (and mental!) balance. We wouldn’t have any pain, of course, because most pain–about 90% of all pain–is caused by out-of-balance muscles. That includes carpal tunnel pain. You might have thought that you have pain or numbness in your […]

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Are you worried that walking might cause carpal tunnel pain? I recently saw a man walking on the sidewalk. He was obviously walking for exercise. And he looked so uncomfortable! Someone else might not have noticed. Or, maybe they would have, because it was so obvious. The poor guy looked like he was having electric […]

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I wonder if you are sitting down while you are reading this? I’d pretty much bet you are. And, I’ll bet there is a good chance that something is hurting you while you are reading this. How about trying something different? Stand up to read. While you’re at it, reach up to the sky with […]

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Hey! I was reviewing some carpal tunnel information from Wikipedia and it said that carpal tunnel syndrome is idiopathic. “Idiopathic” basically means: no known cause. Well, then, why did we just recently develop carpal tunnel pain as adults? We used our hands and arms even more when we were children. We did more things, used […]

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