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How to Ease Muscle & Joint Pain

Social distancing can be difficult enough -? more so if you're dealing with chronic illness or pain.

Joint or muscle pain doesn't have to be chronic to be frustrating or, worse still, to cause a persistent low mood, though. So, here on the Chemist.co.uk blog, we're sharing some tips to help you ease muscle and joint pain, should you be suffering from it.

We hope our advice helps in some way; if pain persists or you're worried about it, do see your local pharmacist or GP for some advice.

Refrain from 'Googling' Your Symptoms

It's rarely helpful to type your symptoms into a search engine, as Doctor Google (or any other search engine, for that matter) isn't your own doctor and therefore doesn't know your medical history, for one thing.

Furthermore, what could be an everyday ache or pain could seem far more sinister if you start digging through Internet searches - after all, all pain is different and it can sometimes be hard to differentiate one from another.

If your pain is a new - and seemingly worrying - pain, always speak to your doctor as a first course of action. Many GP surgeries are offering online consultations or phone calls, in place of face-to-face visits, so do try this as your first port of call if a new pain is on your mind.

Try At-home Massage

If you're self-isolating with a family member and your pain is a result of exercise or a minor injury, why not look up some simple and safe at-home massage techniques?

YouTube may have some video tutorials to try, but do go easy with something like this; your partner or family member probably won't be a trained professional, so it's important they exercise caution.

Don't Overdo It

When you're in pain, it's vital you listen to your body and don't overdo it.

If you feel rest is what you need, take some time out to relax, instead of heading into the garden to do that weeding. You know your body best, which means you may know what will and won't exacerbate existing aches and pains. Take it steady and try light exercise for your daily piece of lockdown activity.

Try Heat

In many cases, heat can help ease joint and muscle pain. Products like these ThermaCare Therapeutic Heatwraps could help eradicate any discomfort you're experiencing. These are specifically for your back and they're designed to provide long-lasting relief for up to eight hours.

Drug-free and discreet and odourless, they offer powerful and targeted relief of muscular and joint pain associated with muscle tension, overexertion and strains, arthritis. They're suitable for sufferers of chronic and occasional pain and the product stimulates thermo receptors, which block your body’s pain transmitters from sending pain signals to your brain.

What do you do to ease joint and muscle pain? And what are your top tips for coping with chronic pain during lockdown specifically? Feel free to leave a comment on this blog post with your top tips.

Don't forget to take a look around the site for even more targeted joint and muscle pain products.

Until next time...

Disclaimer:?If you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed in the products mentioned, do not consume them. Always check with your doctor before trying a new medication or regime, and if irritation or allergy occurs stop using the product or medication immediately.

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