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Top 12 Natural Ways To Deal With That Pain In The … (#3 Is Wicked Awesome!)
1. Try A Different Pillow
Are you a side sleeper? If so, is your pillow worn out, or has it become thin and flat? When side sleepers have a thin pillow, it offers very little support for the neck and shoulder. Invest in a high quality, thick pillow made for side sleepers. You might be surprised how much better you will feel simply by changing your pillow!
This might seem strange, but the omega-3 fatty acids found in fatty fish can go a long way toward reducing pain. If your shoulder pain is due to arthritis, then omega-3 fatty acids are especially important for you. This essential fatty acid fights inflammation in the body, which is one of the main causes of arthritis. Eat at least two servings of fatty fish, such as tuna or salmon, each week, or take a fish or krill oil supplement.
Most people think that alfalfa is only good for the vitamins and minerals that it contains, but this herbal remedy is also great for relieving pain and swelling. It also improves circulation, which will reduce inflammation and bring some much-needed fresh blood to the area to help speed healing. Drink two cups of alfalfa tea each day to help relieve pain and swelling. You can also take alfalfa supplements, but speak with your doctor first to determine the correct dosage for you and your condition.
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