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Dealing with pain is never easy. But when the pain comes from a condition that’s temporary—the after-effects of surgery, for example. Or a minor bump on the head—at least you know the pain will go away in a short period of time.

Good thing that there’s plenty of solid research on safe, long-lasting pain management options. Remedies that work yet have no serious side effects.

Natural Painkillers That Work


Research shows that this technique, a staple of traditional Chinese medicine, may help reduce the frequency of tension headaches.  And relieve chronic pain in the lower back, neck, and knees.


Chiropractic treatment involving spinal manipulation may work as well as conventional care. For lower back pain for up to 18 months, per a study funded by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH). And a review of research found that the technique may be helpful for neck pain and migraines as well.


Another study funded by the NCCIH revealed that people with chronic lower back pain who took up Iyengar yoga. A practice that focuses on proper alignment, experienced decreased discomfort and less disability after six months.


Not only does it feel ahhhmazing, but research has shown that this manual manipulation of muscles, ligaments, and tendons can help alleviate chronic lower back and neck pain. As well as knee pain from osteoarthritis.

Foods That May Help or Hurt

Cherry juice may help: 

Folks with knee osteoarthritis who drank eight ounces of tart cherry juice twice a day for six weeks had improvements in pain and function, per a 2013 study.

Sardines may help: 

These fatty fish (and others, like salmon, trout, tuna, and mackerel) are chock-full of omega-3 fatty acids. Which help fight inflammation.

Olive oil may help: 

A study published in the journal Nature found that a compound in extra-virgin olive oil called oleocanthal has anti-inflammatory effects. Similar to those of ibuprofen.

Turmeric may help:

This bright yellow spice may act as an anti-inflammatory for managing pain.

Sugary drinks can hurt: 

Women who consume at least one sugary soda a day have a 63 percent greater chance of developing rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Rather than those who don’t, according to a Harvard study.

Steak can hurt: 

Another Harvard study found that diets high in red and processed meat can increase the risk of RA. Possibly because they trigger an inflammatory reaction inside the body.

Refined grains can hurt:

People who ate the most refined grains had the highest levels of an inflammatory protein in the blood. Revealed a study published in The Journal of Nutrition.

Pain is not always curable, but there are many ways to treat it. Also, treatment depends on the cause and type of pain. There are drug treatments, including pain relievers. There are also non-drug treatments, such as acupuncture, physical therapy, and sometimes surgery.


  1. I’ve heard of Chiropractic treatment and it really is very effective according to them. Haven’t tried yet though.


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