There are many factors which contribute to pain, so it’s logical that managing pain holistically, or in fact any other way, needs to examine all the factors that contribute to the pain.
Popping pills is not the answer as it fails to look at root causes. On top of that. drugs damage your liver and your immune system, making it doubly likely to increase the pain as well as the likelihood of getting more problems.
The same applies to surgery. Removing offending parts, implants or cutting nerves will never result in the long term resolution of the cause.
Acute pain from, for example an injury or burn, if treated by the judicious use of a vibrational system of medicine such as homeopathy, will quickly allay the pain and healing will be fast. Some surgery may be required when there has been a compound fracture or when a large wound needs stitches. But outside these events, surgery will rarely be necessary. Even when the issue is a torn or damaged ligament or tendon.
It’s chronic pain that most people find hard to manage as it can be relentless. It occupies you mind all the time, making normal functioning difficult if not impossible.
It’s very poorly understood by most people that there are a myriad of causes for poor health, including chronic pain.
The medical solutions are amazingly poor when you consider the billions that has been spent on research. But their primary function is really just to sell a drug, so they don’t look for causes. However, if you are in chronic pain, it’s important to understand that what you’re doing, and have done in the past, is not serving you.
Your body is trying to tell you you took a wrong turn, or several. You need to make some changes. Your body is telling you what your mind cannot.
When you address the causes of the pain, not even every single one, but the important ones, then managing pain equates to healing the pain. Permanently. As long as you stay on the path that resolved the pain. Deviating may result in a return of pain at the very least.
Causes of chronic pain leads you to their resolutions, rather than just pain management
1 – diet is one of THE most important parts of health. The poor diet that is so common today leads to chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation leads to pain as day follows night. Taking a few supplements may help a little, but is not the answer. You need to make a drastic change to stop the inflammation. You can explore Neal Barnard’s website for different areas of pain, but this podcast shows the effect of changing your diet.
2 – exercise comes under the bracket ‘if you don’t use it, you lose it’. In other words you need to exercise your body on a regular basis, whatever your age or ability. It doesn’t have to be a big workout at a gym. You may already have a job that involves activity. Thats great, but bear in mind you also need to limber up most of your body. And that does include carrying heavy weights. Mothers of young children do that a lot, but it’s important for everyone.
3 – most people live a life of stress, are overwhelmed trying to juggle work, family, finances, time, etc. Many people hate their jobs, creating massive stress. This needs to be drastically reduced. One of the quickest way to do that is to learn to meditate. You may need to consider a change of job or career.
In reality, most stress comes from not following your instincts, your feelings, your heart. Relying on outsiders to tell you what to do always results in high stress as it’s disempowering. You are the master of you and you need to make the decisions for you. Learning to trust your inner wisdom takes time, but can be life changing.
4 – our current way of living has detached us from Nature and we are suffering from that. What we do to others, we also do to ourselves. We need to be respectful of all other life forms, including our home, the Earth. The constant drive for greater wealth regardless of who or what we trample on, will be our downfall. We are part of Nature. Let’s be good relatives, treating her how we want to be treated ourselves.
Putting all this together is going to take you time. You can’t change overnight. And most people need a helping hand to get past problems, especially health problems.
Important those these aspects are, there is a faster way to help you get there. Managing pain holistically can be more like healing it permanently when you use the services of a professional homeopath. The holistic health care system of homeopathy triumphs over all others with its focus on you as an individual, your path in life, your personal signs and symptoms, your causes.
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