1. Do consume anti-inflammatory foods and supplements.
Because inflammation can trigger pain, soothing foods and supplements can provide chronic pain relief.
“For example, curcumin – found in turmeric, the herb used in curry – is a great anti-inflammatory and can be eaten in food or taken in capsules,” explains Susan Blum, M.D., assistant clinical professor of preventive medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and founder of the Blum Center for Health in Rye Brook, N.Y.
“Ginger [also] can bring chronic pain relief in food or as a supplement,” she says. Read more at http://www.lifescript.com