September is Pain Awareness Month. The focus is on chronic pain. The following infographic from The U.S. Pain Foundation has the facts.
According to the U.S. Pain Foundation: “If you are one of the 50 million Americans who live with chronic pain, you may feel like you’ve hit a dead end with treatment options. But while there is no easy fix for chronic pain, there is a wide range of therapies and strategies that can help reduce its severity and its impact on your life. Mypainplan.org is here to help you learn about all of the options for relief and identify a personalized list of treatments to try, or to discuss with your health care provider.”
My Pain Plan is a tool that helps you see all of the possible pain treatments that are available. You can pick which ones you would like to learn more about, and add treatments that are currently helpful. Your Pain Plan can then be printed out and used to remind yourself of things to try when your pain is flaring. You can also share it with loved ones, so they have a reference when brain fog keeps you from thinking clearly.
My Favorite Pain Relief Tools
I’ve written quite a few posts on managing pain since I started this blog. Use the links below to access them. The first two links are about my favorite pain relief tools.
CBD For Pain Relief
Next, is a comprehensive guide that I created about using CBD products safely.
Devices for Pain Relief
The last three posts about about tools to help you manage your pain.
Wrap Up Of Pain Awareness Month
Lastly, there are many more pain relief posts on my site. You can find them on the home page under Chronic Pain in the menu. If you have any questions or comments I would love to read them below. If the Using CBD Products Safely download gives you problems, please let me know.
Also, please help me keep this blog up and running. Even a couple dollars will help. You can donate here: https://ko-fi.com/upbeatliving Thank you!
Subscribe below for the bimonthly newsletter plus access to subscriber-only freebies. You may unsubscribe at any time, but I’d be thrilled if you stuck around.
Till next time, stay safe! Kathy