Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin D – Part 2

Taking opioids long term can cause depleted levels of vitamin D. So whether you’re a chronic pain patient using opioids or a recovering opioid addict, getting your daily dose of the sunshine vitamin is important. Why is it called the sunshine vitamin? Because vitamin D can be gotten through exposure to sunlight as well as Read more about Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin D – Part 2[…]

Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin D

Getting a healthy balance of vitamins and nutrients is an important part of anyone’s diet, but did you know that taking opioids long term can lead to depleted levels of vitamin D? This makes it a crucial nutrient for both chronic pain patients who take opioids and recovering opioid addicts. Linked below are some articles Read more about Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin D[…]

Things to Be Grateful For – Finding the Positive this November

“When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around.” -Willie Nelson When faced with chronic pain, the struggle of overcoming addiction, or other health problems it can be difficult to stay positive. However, even though it’s never easy, striving to have a grateful outlook can make a big difference. In honor of Thanksgiving, Read more about Things to Be Grateful For – Finding the Positive this November[…]

National Pain Awareness Month 2018 – A Short Summary

September was National Pain Awareness Month, and was used to bring awareness to the chronic pain community. Linked below are a collection of articles that have been posted to our Facebook and Twitter pages this past September to honor Pain Awareness Month 2018. How to manage morning stiffness with rheumatoid arthritis Best exercises for rheumatoid arthritis Read more about National Pain Awareness Month 2018 – A Short Summary[…]

Chronic Pain and Fitness – How Gentle Exercise Can Help Fight Fibromyalgia

Living with pain every day can make it tough to stay fit but finding gentle exercise solutions can help to improve both chronic pain symptoms and overall health. One form of exercise that can help is the ancient Chinese art of Tai Chi. Check out this helpful article from Time: Why Tai Chi Works So Read more about Chronic Pain and Fitness – How Gentle Exercise Can Help Fight Fibromyalgia[…]