Living with chronic pain and health conditions can make it feel like life is slipping away, robbing us of the vibrant and active existence we once enjoyed. The pain becomes overwhelming, and the thought of movement seems daunting. But in the midst of this darkness, we must remember that movement is not the enemy—it is our ally in reclaiming our lives and preserving our quality of life.
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In this blog post, we explored the world of turmeric products and their key component, curcumin. We learned that curcumin offers powerful anti-inflammatory properties, but its bioavailability can be limited when consumed alone. To overcome this, various formulations have been developed to enhance curcumin absorption. Embrace the power of curcumin and embark on a journey towards improved health and well-being.
An interesting thing occurred in my life recently, I had a heart attack. It was completely unexpected and I do not have any risk factors that would indicate that I would have been a candidate for a heart attack. This incidence did make me wonder how many women truly know the signs of a heart attack? Did you know that you can have one without having any chest pain? So as a reminder, here are the symptoms of a heart attack for women according to American Heart Association: Uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness or pain in the center of your chest....
Chronic pain is something many of us know about. I myself have been dealing with chronic sciatica for the last 24 years and counting. This along with endometriosis and iliac crest pain some days make me wonder why I should start moving. However, the question we must ask ourselves is how we are going to let our chronic pain define us.