13 Nov Everyday Pains & Aches
Headaches, back pain, knee pain, and shoulder pains are very common. This type of pain can happen to anyone. Basically, it affects the support system that helps us to move in our daily life. Sometimes, it gives you chronic pain that may keep you from sleeping and fatigued, too. Thus, it means that you have an underlying condition and you need treatment. Mostly in these cases, Physiotherapy is the best option for everyday pains.
Causes for everyday pains:
- When you are stressed, your immune system can’t control the sickness and causes pain in the body.
- Age is the most important factor in pain. As you age, your body organs become weak day by day. Normally from the age of 40, a person suffers from everyday pain.
- If someone has arthritis, he/she will suffer from everyday pain. It happens when your joints become inflamed or swollen because of rheumatoid arthritis or infection in a joint. Repetitive movement of body parts can also cause pain.
- Everyday pain can come from viral infections like cold or fever. As the infections attack your body, the immune system tries to fight the infections and that causes pain or aches in the body.
- Anemia causes pain and weakness because of the lowered rate of blood circulation and not receiving enough oxygen to function properly.
- When you don’t have enough Vitamin D or if your calcium level decreases, you may get leg cramps, muscle pain, and joint pain.
- Pneumonia affects your whole respiratory system and causes chest pain while you cough, vomit or if you have breathing problems.
- Insomnia can also cause pain in your body as your body isn’t getting enough rest and causes weakness.
Daily exercises to help reduce everyday pains:
- Exercise daily (if possible)
- GO for a walk every morning
- Practicing Yoga either early morning or every evening helps reduce body pain
- Use pain-relief cream before sleep
Physiotherapy for everyday aches and pains:
Physiotherapy is another option to treat everyday pains. Physiotherapy exercises can help you to move better and decrease your pain. Pain-killer tablets can also work in this case but taking too many tablets can cause side effects.
- Heat or cold therapy
- Massage therapy
- Ultrasound therapy
- Simple Stretching exercises
- Muscle strengthening exercise
Consult an expert Physiotherapist to get rid of the pain. Physiotherapy exercises can help you to reduce your pain and to manage it for future recurrence.
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