Pain occurs when something hurts, causing an uncomfortable or unpleasant feeling. Sometimes we experience pain which is one way your body tells you something is wrong and needs attention.

But for many people, pain can linger for weeks or even months, causing needless suffering and interfering with quality of life.

If your pain has overstayed, you should know that you have more treatment options today than ever before. Here, we’ve listed some techniques to control and reduce your pain that don’t require an invasive procedure or even taking medications.

Acute Pain

Usually comes suddenly and last for just few weeks . Acute pain usually doesn’t last long. It goes away when there is no longer an underlying cause for the pain. cute pain begins suddenly and is usually sharp in quality. It serves as a warning of disease or a threat to the body. Acute pain might be caused by many events or circumstances, including: Surgical Pain. Traumatic Pain, example: broken bone, cut, or burn.


Chronic Pain

This is a pain that goes on and usually lasts longer than six months. Pain signals remain active in the nervous system for months or years. Some people suffer chronic pain even when there is no past injury or apparent body damage. Chronic pain is linked to several conditions.

If your pain has overstayed, you should know that you have more treatment options today than ever before. Here, we’ve listed techniques to control and reduce your pain that don’t require an invasive procedure or even taking medication.

  1. Cold and Heat: These two tried-and-true methods are still the cornerstone of relieving pain for certain kinds of injuries. If a homemade hot or cold pack doesn’t do the trick, try asking a physical therapist or chiropractor for their versions of these treatments, which can penetrate deeper into the muscle and tissue.
  1. Exercise: Physical activity plays a crucial role in interrupting the “vicious cycle” of pain and reduced mobility found in some chronic conditions such as arthritis. Try gentle aerobic activities such as walking, swimming, or cyclin
  1. Physiotherapy and occupational therapy: These two specialties can be among your staunchest allies in the fight against pain. Physical therapists guide you through a series of exercises designed to preserve or improve your strength and mobility. Occupational therapists help you learn to perform a range of daily activities in a way that doesn’t aggravate your pain.
  1. Mind and body Technique: These techniques, which include meditation, mindfulness, and breathing exercises (among many others), help you restore a sense of control over your body and turn down the “fight or flight” response, which can worsen chronic muscle tension and pain.
  1. Yoga: These two exercise practices incorporate breath control, meditation, and gentle movements to stretch and strengthen muscles. Many studies have shown that they can help people manage pain caused by a host of conditions, from headaches to arthritis to lingering injuries.
  1. Music therapy: Studies have shown that music can help relieve pain during and after surgery and childbirth. Classical music has proven to work especially well, but there’s no harm in trying your favorite genre. Listening to any kind of music can distract you from pain or discomfort.
  1.  Therapeutic massage: Not just an indulgence, massage can ease pain by working tension out of muscles and joints, relieving stress and anxiety, and possibly helping to distract you from pain by introducing a “competing” sensation that overrides pain signals.

       8.  Pain-Relieving Devices : Various useful pain relieve devices such as Oska pulse pain relief devices, Cefaly Devices,                          BiowaveGo device, Deep muscle massage gun, Complex Muscle Stimulation device etc.

       9.  Chiropractic care:  is a form of alternative medicine concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of                              mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, especially of the spine.

             Mechanical disorders of the joints, especially of the spine affect general health and that regular manipulation of the                       spine  (spinal adjustment) improves general health. The main chiropractic treatment technique involves manual                             therapy, especially manipulation of the spine, other joints, and soft tissues,

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  3. What to do to ease the pain?
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