39. Naturally Reduce Bone and Joint Pain
About 20% (50 million) of American adults suffer from chronic pain and it’s one of the most common reasons for doctor visits. Chronic pain wreaks havoc on people’s quality of life and health and can cause poor sleep, fatigue, anxiety, and depression. Frequently chronic pain is coming from damage to muscles, joints, and bones. Fortunately, however, there are excellent natural approaches to get you back on the road to health.
Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:12] About 50 million US adults suffer from chronic pain
- [02:39] Why osteoarthritis and osteoporosis is one of the most common causes of chronic pain
- [05:00] Understanding Bones
- [06:22] Natural solutions for reducing joint and bone pain
- [09:05] Easy exercises that you can work into your everyday life
- [12:30] How contrast hydrotherapy can help with chronic pain
- [15:28] Sleep is crucial to helping your body heal
- [18:24] Nutrients you can use for good quality sleep
- [22:00] All women 65 or women with other risk factors should be getting a bone density scan
- [24:00] Pain that can be caused by minor fractures
- [24:41] Why the MK4 nutrient is the best for bone health
- [31:40] How proteolytic enzyme helps with pain
Resources talked about in this episode
- Product mentioned – Sleep Relief
- Product mentioned – Osteo-K and Osteo-K Minis
- Product mentioned – Joint Relief
- Blog mentioned – Your Checklist to Beat Insomnia
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