How to Manage Pain Effectively

Can you imagine life without pain? Wouldnt that be wonderful. However, although we may suffer some discomfort – which may become intense and difficult to bear – pain is essentially an ally. It is a message that there is a problem within our body or that a natural healing process is taking place. Pain is ultimately an indicator of important biological activity, which in many cases constitutes healing symptoms. Depending on the nature and purpose of the healing, the pain will vary in intensity.

Our natural response to pain may be to “kill” it when it occurs. However, this is not always the best option. Regularly taking painkillers could be compared to someone whose smoke alarm starts beeping, and instead of checking out if there is a fire, they unplug the battery in the smoke alarm and carry on as though everything is fine. What’s the point? We have to realize that pain has a reason and a purpose. So our goal should be to identify the cause.

Pain – Friend or Foe?

We know that the healing of a visible wound is generally accompanied by inflammation, swelling – and pain. Understanding this natural process helps reduce the fear that is often associated with pain. When a person fully accepts their healing symptoms and sees the benefit and protection these symptoms can provide, it significantly contributes to the pain episode passing without severe consequences.

Additionally, this insight helps us not to quickly resort to pain “killers” as these simply mask the real issue and will likely be accompanied by side effects. Therefore, non-natural painkillers should only be considered as a temporary fix and never be overused or abused. Also, it is crucial to identify whether pain in the form of migraine attacks, for example, comes on a particular day or in specific circumstances, as this would indicate that external factors such as stressful or unpleasant situations are causing or contributing to this pain.

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What we Learn From Pain

So the question we must ask ourselves is, “Why” am I experiencing this pain? Pain triggers are numerous—acidity, drowsiness, brain fog, indigestion, lack of or insufficient sleep, bad circulation, bad posture, to mention just a few.

Interestingly, some of our body’s healing phases are accompanied by brain edema, which can cause dizziness and headaches. It is essential to understand that the purpose of brain edema is to protect brain tissue during this part of the healing phase. What can we use to relieve the pain and swelling? Ice packs, cold showers, and keeping the head elevated when lying down. However, during this phase, we must avoid excessive fluid intake, direct sunlight on the head, sauna, or hot baths.

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Determine The Origin and Cause

Since there are many different types of pain and vastly differing causes, at the Budwig Center, we provide individualized, natural solutions with the help of the Vega test and GSR scan. These systems can guide us in determining underlying issues in the body that need attention. By giving the necessary support to specific organs and systems and eliminating factors contributing to the pain, we effectively allow pain to be our “guide” in finding the solution to a more significant issue.

Once we gain this vital insight, we then use a variety of herbal remedies that effectively relieve pain. When the appropriate remedy or combination of remedies is selected, we can target the root cause of the pain. We also use various kinesiology (muscle testing) and thermography to assess your body’s imbalances.

Natural Pain Relief Recommendations

  • Change your position as often as possible. For more suggestions, read our article, Simple Tips to Add Years to Your Life.
  • Take some natural herbal-based remedies such as cayenne (in capsules), which helps alleviate post-operative pain, including pain relief after a mastectomy or amputation. Evening primrose oil is naturally rich in the essential fatty acid gamma-linolenic acid and is becoming more popular worldwide as a natural PMS treatment. When it comes to carpal tunnel relief, arnica oils are recommended. Take a magnesium-rich Epsom salt bath or magnesium oil, a natural painkiller for bone and joint pain and muscle soreness.
  • DMSO is a natural by-product of trees and is incredibly effective for pain. Rub the liquid over any area of pain. Many people lack magnesium, and rubbing both magnesium oil with DMSO and/or arnica oil over the painful area is highly effective for pain relief of the joints and muscles.
  • PEMF can be used to treat a localized problem in muscles, organs, or soft tissue.
  • TERAHERTZ wand combined with black seed oil and DMSO 50/50 applied topically and then use the TeraHertz wand over that painful area.
  • EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) is an incredibly effective natural method that you can even learn and do at home. Our trained EFT therapist at the Budwig Center has helped countless patients with pain management.

Final Thoughts

As discussed, the pain or discomfort we experience is just the messenger. Furthermore, the side effects of the medication can sideline your body’s cry for help. So the key is to identify the root causes of the pain. Our team at the Budwig Center can help. Our Health & Wellness Program specializes in, among other things, effective pain management.

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