My Favorite Chronic Pain Products

When I was diagnosed with chronic pain, I thought it meant that my life was over. It meant I would never get out of bed, never go outside again, and never feel happy again. Thankfully, that’s not true! There are lots of great products out there that can help you manage your chronic pain. Here are some of my favorites:

Cold therapy

Ice packs are one of my favorite products for reducing inflammation and swelling. Whether you are dealing with chronic pain or a chronic illness, ice packs can help tremendously. I’ve used them on my wrists after an injury, and they helped reduce the swelling in my hands so that I could get back to work sooner than expected. You can even use ice packs to manage your symptoms during flare-ups of an illness like the flu or cold! Just make sure that you don’t apply them directly to your skin—use a cloth between the pack and yourself instead.

Heating Pads

Heat can help relieve pain, relax muscles and improve sleep. Heat can also have positive effects on inflammation, blood flow, and circulation. The use of a heating pad can help with all of these areas.

Heat is helpful for a variety of ailments, including back pain, muscle spasms as well as arthritis symptoms.

Epsom Salt Baths

Epsom salt baths are great for sore muscles and detoxification, as well as relaxation and muscle aches. They’re also effective for fighting arthritis. A lot of people use Epsom salt to help with pain, but it’s also good for other health issues like inflammation or constipation. If you have a hard time getting up and moving around after sitting at a desk all day, try taking an Epsom salt bath before bedtime—you’ll feel refreshed when you wake up!

Epsom Salt Baths Can Help with Pain Relief

Since magnesium is used by the body to help relax muscles, taking an Epsom bath can help ease muscle tension and reduce pain in areas where you’ve experienced injury or strain. Epsom baths are often used by athletes who want to recover faster from their workouts because they increase blood flow while flushing out toxins that build up during exercise sessions (and let’s be honest: working out just hurts sometimes).

A good pillow for sleeping

When you’re in pain, the last thing you want to do is lie down and go to sleep. However, rest is crucial for your body’s health and well-being. If your mattress or pillow isn’t supportive enough of your neck and head, it can cause tension that increases pain levels in other areas of the body. This leads to more stress on the muscles and joints, which can lead to more pain!

I’ve found that a good pillow for sleeping can make all the difference between having an uncomfortable night of tossing and turning or being able to fall asleep quickly. Here are some things to look for when choosing a pillow:

  • Supportive – The pillow should be full enough that it keeps from flattening out under pressure from your head so that it supports both sides of your neck simultaneously (even if one side might need more support). If there’s too much “give,” then this will cause unnatural strain on both sides of your neck, which could result in headaches or even migraines later on down the road!
  • Comfortable – While this may sound like obvious criteria at first glance…it’s important not only because comfort makes us feel better while we slumber but also because our bodies need rest! It helps regulate hormones which boost metabolism while also reducing inflammation throughout our bodies (I’m talking about inflammation everywhere!). So basically, what I’m saying here is don’t overlook cute accents like color schemes just because they’re not as important as being ableist friendly, right?

An eye mask to block out light when you sleep

You know the drill: you’ve been tossing and turning for hours, but your partner’s snores keep waking you up. Or maybe your partner is fast asleep, but you still can’t get comfortable in bed. An eye mask can help by blocking out light so that you can fall asleep more easily. It will also help to block out any other distractions that might be keeping you up at night—like a bright streetlight outside your window or the glare from a computer screen. If you’re sensitive to light, wearing an eye mask will also help prevent headaches (which are often caused by exposure to bright lights).

Finally, when it comes time for morning checkout, wearing an eye mask will reduce how tired and groggy-feeling we feel on waking up in the morning. We won’t have to rise at our usual early hour because there won’t be any sunlight streaming through our bedroom windows!

A body pillow

A body pillow is a good idea because it can help you sleep better and get the best night’s rest. It has many benefits, including:

  • better posture
  • less snoring
  • less breathing problems
  • less neck pain

An ergonomic mouse

I’ve tried dozens of ergonomic mice, and the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse is my favorite. It’s as comfortable as a normal mouse, but it has a more natural shape that makes holding it feel more comfortable than most. I also love that it comes with adjustable weights so you can customize how heavy you want the mouse to be (keep in mind this will affect the price). If you’re looking for an ergonomic mouse, this is definitely worth checking out.

You can find things that can help with chronic pain.

It can be challenging to find products that can help with chronic pain. Researching the best options is essential, but sometimes it’s hard to know where or how to start looking.

There are lots of different things that can help you manage your chronic pain. Some people prefer prescription medications, while others prefer natural remedies and lifestyle changes like exercise and diet changes. Whatever works best for you is what will work best! I hope this article has helped you get an idea of the types of products available for chronic pain. If you’re still looking for more ideas, I encourage you to check out my other articles on this topic!

By | 2022-07-20T11:55:15+00:00 July 20th, 2022|Favorite Items, Rheumatoid Arthritis|0 Comments

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