Suffering with painful neuropathy that keeps you up at night? If you answered “yes”, chances are – you have “poisoned” nerves.
When your nervous system goes into overdrive, it activates dangerous pain-triggering enzymes inside your body.
These dangerous enzymes tear away and poison your collagen, skin, muscle, and nerve tissues…
Leading to “pins and needles” pain… swelling, burning, and itching skin… muscle twitching… poor circulation… numbness… and even loss of balance.
The good news is – there’s an easy, drug-free method to FLUSH away these pain-triggering enzymes…
So you can naturally restore your poisoned nerves and fight nerve pain in your hands and feet at the source.
And you can do it yourself at home for less than a minute a day:
72-yr-old former Navy Captain - George Adams - finally got long-lasting relief from severe diabetic neuropathy.
Within 30 days, he went from being unable to walk without a cane or a walker… to pain-free and enjoying golfing again!
Living with chronic pain can be challenging and severely impact our quality of life. Conditions like neuropathy, plantar fasciitis, arthritis, sciatica, and back pain are common culprits behind persistent discomfort. While medical treatment is essential, incorporating targeted stretches into your daily routine can offer significant relief and improve your overall well-being. In this blog post, we explore the benefits of stretches for pain management and share some effective stretching exercises tailored for each condition.
Understanding the Role of Stretches in Pain Management
Stretching is a simple yet powerful approach to alleviate pain associated with various conditions. It can help by:
a) Increasing Flexibility:
Regular stretching improves joint range of motion, reducing stiffness often linked to arthritis and neuropathy.
b) Enhancing Blood Circulation:
Improved blood flow nourishes tissues and accelerates healing, making it particularly valuable for conditions like plantar fasciitis and back pain.
c) Easing Muscle Tension:
Stretching releases tension in tight muscles, offering relief to those suffering from sciatica and back pain.
Stretches for Neuropathy
Neuropathy causes nerve damage, leading to tingling, numbness, and sharp pains. Gentle stretches can aid in managing neuropathic pain:
a) Seated Hamstring Stretch:
Sit on the edge of a chair, extend one leg straight in front, and flex your foot. Gently lean forward, keeping your back straight, and feel the stretch in your hamstring.
b) Wrist Flexor Stretch:
Extend your arm in front, palm facing upward. Use the other hand to bend your wrist downward gently. Hold the stretch for 15-30 seconds before switching sides.
Incorporating stretches into your daily routine can be a game-changer for managing chronic pain associated with conditions like neuropathy, plantar fasciitis, arthritis, sciatica, and back pain. Remember to start slowly, be consistent, and avoid overstretching to prevent injuries. However, if your pain is severe or persists, consult with a healthcare professional for a comprehensive assessment and personalized treatment plan. Embrace the power of stretches, and take a step towards a more pain-free and active lifestyle.