Collection: Sickness & Pain Remedies

What Are Sickness & Pain Remedies?

Sickness & Pain Remedies include homeopathic remedies, herbal remedies and home remedies targeted to provide symptom relief of common sicknesses and pain relief from common ailments.

A holistic approach to life includes active participation in your health decisions and healing processes, and to make wellness-oriented lifestyle choices.

Our goal is to provide you with all natural pain & sickness remedies for symptom relief of common conditions and ailments, that are chemical-free and without the risk of side effects.

Feel better with all natural remedies for sickness & pain!

Sickness & Pain Remedies

Many natural remedies can be used to help treat common illness and sickness symptoms such as a sore throat and motion sickness, and also to relieve pain such as a headache or muscle aches.

Pharmaceutical drugs are not the only path to sickness symptom relief and pain reduction!

Natural remedies, like herbal medicine in which parts of a plant are used medicinally to help with certain health problems, are an increasingly popular way to provide symptom relief of common ailments, and help manage occasional pain and chronic pain as well.

Natural Pain Relievers through Endorphin Release

Endorphins are hormones produced and released within your body and work as natural pain relievers. They bind to the opioid receptors in the brain which block the perception of pain, similar to opioid pain medications such as morphine or oxycodone.

Working to increase production of endorphins can substantially help reduce pain and provide other benefits as well.  Any physical activity that gets the blood pumping for a sustained period will release these pain-relieving endorphins into your system.

The obvious issue is: How do you exercise if you're in too much pain to exercise? The solution is to pick an activity that is tolerable and also begin with help from the right type of health professional, such as a physical therapy professional or personal trainer.

Essential Oils for Pain Relief

Essential oils have long been valued for their analgesic effects in many cultures. Several essential oils have a pain relieving effect, including peppermint oil, rosemary, and lavender.

There are many ways to benefit from essential oil, they can be inhaled or applied through a carrier, such as in a massage oil and part of a therapeutic massage.

Heat Therapy and Hot Water Soaks to Relieve Pain

Applying some form of heat can go a long way in easing pain. Try a hot water bottle, gel-filled pad heated in the microwave, electric heating pad, or a hot bath.

The natural pain relief benefits of heat therapy are twofold: it increases the flow of healing oxygen and nutrients to the damaged area, and it naturally suppresses pain signals.

Soaking in a hot bath has been found to alleviate muscle pain and muscle spasm, as well as arthritis pain. Additionally, adding essential oils or Epsom salts can help improve the muscle-relaxation benefits.

Soaking in a warm tub can also help warm up the muscles before stretching, helping to make stretching and exercise more tolerable and beneficial.

Wearing a heat wrap, such as one from ThermaCare, can help as it releases a low level heat for several hours and can be worn under clothes so you can remain mobile.

Massage Therapy for Pain Relief

Studies have shown that massage therapy not only helps with relaxation, but can also help diminish the body's perception of pain.

A high quality therapeutic massage spurs blood flow, which in turn helps nourish and heal the soft tissues in throughout your body. Massage also releases endorphins, which are your body's natural analgesics.

Like many complementary therapies, there is no substantial agreement in terms of how much massage therapy can help reduce pain, or which type of massage is best for which type of pain, so you may need to try more than one approach to find what works best for you.

Cupping to Relieve Pain

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction.

People get it for many purposes, including helping with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.

Natural Living for You encourages you to:

  • Balance and integrate your physical, emotional, spiritual, environmental, financial, social, intellectual and occupational aspects.

  • Make lifestyle choices that promote wellness, including living toxin-free and using Natural Product Alternatives.

  • Participate actively in your health decisions and healing processes.

  • Maintain healthy and respectful relationships with others, the environment and the world.

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